Hey, look, another excuse to give George Lucas some more money! Yes, the entire Star Wars saga is coming to Blu-ray on September 16th.
Screw texting while driving. The new hot way to distract your way into a car accident is to be watching a Blu-ray when you drive, something that's now possible thanks to Audiovox.
Remember that ultra-slim Blu-ray player Samsung brought out last year? Well you can now toss that old clunker out, as it's about to be upstaged by a much slimmer replacement.
Call me a cynic, but I don't think there are too many people out there with enough movies on Blu-ray to fill Kaleidescape's new 100-disc Blu-ray movie server.
It's been nearly four years since Blu-ray was launched, yet it's still almost impossible to buy a Blu-ray recorder in the US. Now Japanese customers are getting 3D Blu-ray recorders.
It's no secret that Steve Jobs isn't a fan of Flash. Turns out, he's also not too hot about Blu-ray. The winner of the HD Format War won't ever find its way onto an Apple product. You know what? That makes a lot of sense.
What do you expect a Blu-ray player to do normally? Well, play Blu-ray discs, I imagine. Hitachi wants them doing more, and decided to integrate a 32GB solid state drive into the package. Yep, flash memory is so small now that we can turn optical drives into storage drives.
A team at the University of Tokyo has found that using titanium oxide could mean discs with storage capacities more like hard drives. The best part? The material is cheaper than what's used in the likes of Blu-ray discs.
Here's a feature that Hollywood doesn't want to see become standard on Blu-ray players: the ability to copy HD movies from Blu-ray discs to your home server. But that's just what the new Kaleidescape M300 and M500 do. They'll import...
Rather that just press the two formats separately, Universal has decided to have its Blu-ray and watch DVD, too — all at once. The two-sided "flipper discs" are comprised of a 9GB DVD on one side and a 50GB Blu-ray...