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  • Google Play <strong>Movies</strong> are finally in India, about a month after Books were introduced in the Indian market. A Google Play support document mentioned the development. Google Play <strong>Movies</strong> offers the ability to rent and purchase <strong>movies</strong>. Google has also rolled out the service in Mexico, in this round. Both Hindi and English films are available on the Store at the time of writing this post. Some HD titles are also available. One can rent <strong>movies</strong> for as lo...

    Google Play Movies now in India, rentals start at Rs. 50

    Google Play Movies are finally in India, about a month after Books were introduced in the Indian market. A Google Play support document mentioned the development. Google Play Movies offers the ability to rent and purchase movies. Google has also rolled out the service in Mexico, in this round. Both Hindi and English films are available on the Store at the time of writing this post. Some HD titles are also available. One can rent movies for as lo...

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  • Sony Corp. is finally pressing its advantage as a conglomerate that owns both high-tech gadgets and the content that plays on them by being the only electronics maker to offer ultra-HD TVs and a way to get <strong>movies</strong> to the new super clear screens. Ultra-high definition TVs, which quadruple the number of pixels of current high definition technology, have been the talk of the International CES gadget show so far. But only Sony has offered a content s...

    Sony wooing consumers for its big TVs by offering downloadable ultra-HD content

    Sony Corp. is finally pressing its advantage as a conglomerate that owns both high-tech gadgets and the content that plays on them by being the only electronics maker to offer ultra-HD TVs and a way to get movies to the new super clear screens. Ultra-high definition TVs, which quadruple the number of pixels of current high definition technology, have been the talk of the International CES gadget show so far. But only Sony has offered a content s...

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  • Rdio, the music streaming service started by a co-founder of Skype, is getting into video. New and current subscribers of a $10-a-month unlimited music plan from Rdio (AR-dee-oh) will get $25 to spend in the new digital store for video, called Vdio (VEE-dee-oh). The content will work on personal computers and Apple”s iPad for now. It”s opening at first to users in the U.S. and Britain. The latest TV episodes from shows such as “...

    Rdio looks beyond music, launches Vdio for TV, movies

    Rdio, the music streaming service started by a co-founder of Skype, is getting into video. New and current subscribers of a $10-a-month unlimited music plan from Rdio (AR-dee-oh) will get $25 to spend in the new digital store for video, called Vdio (VEE-dee-oh). The content will work on personal computers and Apple”s iPad for now. It”s opening at first to users in the U.S. and Britain. The latest TV episodes from shows such as “...

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