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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... >>

Best Buy CinemaNow Disc to Digital pictures and hands-on

Best Buy CinemaNow Disc to Digital pictures and hands-on

By 14 January 2013

One of Rovi's major announcements at CES in Las Vegas this year was that DivX Plus Streaming digital rights management has been approved for UltraViolet use. This allows several of Rovi's back-end entertainment delivery services to add UV compatibility,... >>

Free UltraViolet movies to be bundled with new TVs and Blu-ray decks

Free UltraViolet movies to be bundled with new TVs and Blu-ray decks

By 9 January 2013

In order to expedite pick-up for the cloud movie storage service UltraViolet, the Digital Entertainment Group has announced that free films will be given away with new TVs and Blu-ray players released by the major manufacturers. UltraViolet is a central... >>

What is UltraViolet? And how to use it

What is UltraViolet? And how to use it

By 10 December 2012

You might already own a Blu-ray Disc or DVD with the UltraViolet logo on it or there might be movies on your Christmas list that will come with it. Designed to bring you even more formats on which to view your movie purchase, UltraViolet is an added bonus... >>

Nook Video launches in UK, first to include UltraViolet

Nook Video launches in UK, first to include UltraViolet

By 10 December 2012

Nook Video, Barnes & Noble's cloud movie and TV show service, has gone live in the UK for the Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets. The company also plans to introduce apps for other platforms - including iPad and Android - that will also be able to access users'... >>

M-GO digital locker wants to control all your media

M-GO digital locker wants to control all your media

By 16 January 2012

Technicolor has announced a new digital locker service called M-GO that aims to help you manage your media content, whether it is online, on your computer, or on the TV. The new service, available in the US in spring this year and Internationally (that... >>

UltraViolet gains Amazon support, sees 750,000 sign-ups in 3 months

UltraViolet gains Amazon support, sees 750,000 sign-ups in 3 months

By 11 January 2012

UltraViolet has added another string to its bow with the announcement that Amazon has agreed to use the system for online storing and streaming movies. As the largest online retailer this is quite an addition to the UltraViolet system and may help attract... >>

UltraViolet UK launches with Final Destination 5

UltraViolet UK launches with Final Destination 5

By 9 December 2011

The "revolutionary new approach to digital entertainment", UltraViolet, has made its way across the pond to the UK and will officially go live on Boxing Day with the launch of Final Destination 5. UltraViolet is a scheme backed by 75 companies ranging... >>

Fox: Apple will adopt Ultraviolet cloud movie format

Fox: Apple will adopt Ultraviolet cloud movie format

By 15 July 2011

Ultraviolet, the cloud movie format championed by nigh-on all of the major studios, is "very close" to making its consumer bow. It will undoubtedly be of massive benefit to film fans as it will offer cloud-stored versions of a movie they have bought on... >>

UltraViolet: The industry standard digital locker

UltraViolet: The industry standard digital locker

By 21 July 2010

55 of the leading figures in the digital video market have joined forces to launch UltraViolet - the "revolutionary new approach to digital entertainment". UltraViolet is being set up so people that buy digital video content are able to access their purchases... >>