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Tesco's Blinkbox streaming service could end up in the hands of Vodafone, free to customers?

Tesco's Blinkbox streaming service could end up in the hands of Vodafone, free to customers?

By 1 December 2014

Vodafone is allegedly in talks to buy Blinkbox, Tesco's movie and music streaming service. It has been thought that the UK supermarket chain has been looking to offload the online company for a while, but it has emerged that Vodafone seems to be the only... >>

Which is the best movie streaming service in the UK? Netflix vs Amazon Prime vs Now TV and more

Which is the best movie streaming service in the UK? Netflix vs Amazon Prime vs Now TV and more

By 7 November 2014

Over the last few years, movie and TV show streaming services have become increasingly important to the way that we want to consume our content in the UK. As well as the big and obvious free platforms from the country's major broadcasters, such as BBC... >>

Buy a movie or TV show and your digital UltraViolet copy can be stored on Tesco Blinkbox to watch anywhere

Buy a movie or TV show and your digital UltraViolet copy can be stored on Tesco Blinkbox to watch anywhere

By 14 October 2014

Tesco has announced that Blinkbox, its online movie streaming service, will now hold UltraViolets. So when you buy a DVD or Blu-ray and get the free digital copy, you can access it via Blinkbox, anywhere. The Blinkbox service will work for movies bought... >>

Blinkbox movies review
4 out of 5

Blinkbox movies review

By 15 August 2014

Many are choosing to look for streaming solutions for TV and movies rather than buying physical solutions to watch their favourites. The big names are familiar, with Netflix offering a subscription-only model where you can watch as much as you like, but... >>

Blinkbox music free all summer to Tesco Mobile customers

Blinkbox music free all summer to Tesco Mobile customers

By 24 June 2014

Tesco has teamed up with Blinkbox, the music service, to offer free music to it's Mobile customers all summer. Tesco Mobile customers who upgrade their mobile to a Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 or Sony Xperia Z2 will receive three months of free access... >>

Bloom.fm is dead but users are given a lifeline by Blinkbox Music

Bloom.fm is dead but users are given a lifeline by Blinkbox Music

By 23 May 2014

Bloom.fm, the music streaming service, lost its sole investor and died. Now the Tesco owned Blinkbox Music streaming service is offering a lifeline to Bloom.fm users with a free trial. Users who used to pay £1 per month for Bloom.fm are now able to use... >>

Blinkbox PS3 app launched, no more going through the browser

Blinkbox PS3 app launched, no more going through the browser

By 31 October 2013

The Blinkbox service now has a dedicated PS3 app, giving more people access to the film and TV service from Tesco. The new app, available on the Sony console, will let you rent or buy the latest movies and TV shows and joins a host of other devices already... >>

A week in reviews: 7 - 11 October

A week in reviews: 7 - 11 October

By 12 October 2013

Varied. That's the word to best describe the mixture of tech goodness that we bring you this week. October has landed in style, and the trickle of gaming is starting to burst its banks into a torrent of wonderfulness. The first heavyweight title ahead... >>

Blinkbox offers try before you buy streaming service, Alan Partridge, vampires and undercover cops

Blinkbox offers try before you buy streaming service, Alan Partridge, vampires and undercover cops

By 24 July 2013

Blinkbox, the movie and TV show streaming service from Tesco, has launched a try before you buy scheme where pilot episodes of series can be viewed without a fee. Unlike rivals in the streaming market, such as Netflix and Amazon's Lovefilm, Blinkbox has... >>

App of the day: Blinkbox review (Android)

App of the day: Blinkbox review (Android)

By 17 July 2013

When it comes to watching TV or movies on your tablet, you're not short of choices these days. There are the big players, like Netflix, offering a subscription-based system. Then you've got Lovefilm (on some platforms), as well as a range of catch-up... >>


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