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Video Ezy has moved one step closer to its promise of in-store digital downloads.
Forget downloading movies from your local video store; by early next year, an on-demand video service from Video Ezy will rely on consumers to physically deliver movies from store to home for viewing on their TVs.
Sony has unveiled two new Blu-ray players this week cheaper than the PlayStation 3, and announced plans to promote the Blu-ray format.
Optus launched an innovative prepaid wireless broadband service but soiled the deal by counting data used in enormous 10MB increments.
EzyDVD has announced it will be offering movie downloads for AU$6 in September via a new service called EzyDownload.
Two major video rental chains, Video Ezy and Blockbuster, have announced a partnership with Sony designed to educate customers about the Blu-ray format.
Will Australians, laughing-stock on the world broadband scene, be reduced to moving digital content via iPod?
Can wireless broadband ISPs manage the bandwidth demands to distribute movies to customers?