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Sony's 4K video download service now available, offering up 70 titles for your consumption

Sony's 4K video download service now available, offering up 70 titles for your consumption

By 4 September 2013

Sony has announced the availability of its 4K Ultra HD Video Download service at IFA 2013. The service is set to stream 4K content to Sony's previously announced $699 FMP-X1 4K media streamer and an accompanying Sony 4K television - indicating Sony is... >>

Sony reveals $699 FMP-X1 4K media streamer to accompany its televsions

Sony reveals $699 FMP-X1 4K media streamer to accompany its televsions

By 8 April 2013

Sony has announced the pricing and availability for its 4K media streamer, dubbed the FMP-X1, after revealing the same for its 55-inch and 65-inch 4K television lineup.  It will be available this summer for $699 (£455), though IT won't have access... >>

Sony: No plans to take 4K movie downloads outside of the US

Sony: No plans to take 4K movie downloads outside of the US

By 31 January 2013

A Sony exec has confirmed that the company has no plans to bring 4K movie downloads outside of the US for now, after its flagship 4K television was announced at CES 2013. Inside CL reports that Sony UK TV and home entertainment business head Paul Gyles... >>

Warner Bros. takes Facebook to the movies

Warner Bros. takes Facebook to the movies

By 28 March 2011

Warner Bros. has announced that, following a successful trial renting The Dark Knight on Facebook, it is expanding the rental options to five more blockbuster movies. From the official pages of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s/Philosopher's Stone, Harry... >>

Paramount movies coming to MSN Video Player

Paramount movies coming to MSN Video Player

By 15 April 2010

Late last year, Microsoft launched the MSN Video Player in the UK. It came with content from the BBC, Endemol, RDF and a number of other big names, but was focused mainly on TV shows.  That seems to be changing, with the announcement that Paramount Pictures... >>

Sky apes Microsoft with Sky+HD parties promo

Sky apes Microsoft with Sky+HD parties promo

By 3 November 2009

Sky is taking a leaf out of Microsoft's book with the news that the broadcaster is encouraging those with Sky+HD to hold movie-watching parties in order to persuade their guests to sign up for the high def service. Each party host will get one free film... >>

Netflix launching streaming service outside of US

Netflix launching streaming service outside of US

By 23 October 2009

Netflix's CEO Reed Hastings has told journalists in a conference call that his company will be launching a streaming-only service, which will let users watch movies online without having to subscribe to the DVDs-by-mail part of the service that the company... >>

DDD reveals Yabazam 3D content store

DDD reveals Yabazam 3D content store

By 20 October 2009

DDD, the company behind forthcoming 3D laptops from the likes of Acer, Dell, HP and Sony, has told Pocket-lint that it'll soon be launching a content store for digital downloads of 3D movies and video. It'll be called "Yabazam", and should be open for... >>

BT: Antipiracy efforts will cost £1m per day

BT: Antipiracy efforts will cost £1m per day

By 23 September 2009

BT has warned that the file sharing efforts proposed by the government and Peter Mandelson could cost the industry £1m every day. That would increase each customer's bill by £24 per year, said John Petter, the head of the company's consumer division.... >>

Pirate Bay buyer facing bankruptcy

Pirate Bay buyer facing bankruptcy

By 18 September 2009

It's being reported that Global Gaming Factory X has been served with bankruptcy proceedings by its former director and board member Johan Sellstrom, who claims that he's owed 1.3 million Swedish kronor - a debt which should have been paid in July. "This... >>


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