Attention, home video viewers: Hollywood has noticed you’re not buying as many movies lately, and that not even the introduction of Blu-ray has slowed the slump. Now, the industry is hoping that the advent of cloud storage will get you to buy movies again, using streaming video. (Yes, you’re already accustomed to using streaming video to rent movies, but the studios want you to buy as well.) As such, say… Continue reading Can Clouds Convince Americans to Buy Streaming Movies?
What to watch on Thursday, June 30.
Like an enchilada chillin’ in a roller skate, tonight’s television offerings will be spicy and confusing!
9pm, USABurn NoticeMoms! They are always horning in your secret mission to infiltrate human-trafficking schemes! Tonight Michael gets super annoyed at Madeline when she becomes involved in his plot to rescue a woman’s cousin from the sex slave trade. This show.
10pm, FXWilfredIt’s another new episode of television’s weirdest and… Continue reading Burn Notice, Wilfred, and Ugly Americans
Over three in ten Americans have praised US President Barack Obama for coming up with a clear job creation plan in the aftermath of the global fiscal crisis. Thirty-eight percent say he has a clear job creation plan, while 54 percent say he does not, a new CBS News poll reveals. The president’s job approval [...] Continue reading Over three in ten Americans praise Obama for clear job creation plan
Over five in ten Americans view former president George W. Bush as unpopular, according to a new USA Today/Gallup Poll. Fifty-three percent of 1,021 adults surveyed viewed him unfavorably, the USA Today/Gallup Poll found, and 44 percent favorably, The Politico reports. His popularity has risen a bit since he left office in January 2009, when [...] Continue reading Over five in ten Americans still view George W. Bush as unpopular: USA Today/Gallup Poll