Movies, Music and TV Shows are now available at BlackBerry World. Purchase will only be available for BB 10 devices in US, UK, and Canada.Read More
Redbox to launch Video Streaming beta this month. Redbox and Verizon will launch the video streaming service to rival Netflix. The service will be called “Redbox Instant” by Verizon. The subscription will cost $6 per month.
Redbox Instant subscribers will be able to stream movies from: Lions Gate, Paramount, MGM, and Warner Brothers. Streaming will be available via smartphones, smart TVs and tablets.
A $8 monthly plan will be available, it will include unlimited streaming and four single night DVD rentals per month from Redbox kiosks.Read More
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Netflix is now available for the PlayBook. The app Flix will allow PlayBook users to stream Netflix movies to their device.
Although the Flix app isn’t an official NetFlix app. The stream will transmit the stream from your PC to your PlayBook via a shared Wi-Fi connection. The requirments are listed below:
- Your BlackBerry PlayBook must be on the same Wi-Fi network as your computer
- Flix requires approximately 5 Mbps transfer speed between your PC and BlackBerry PlayBook.
- When you are watching a Netflix movie on your BlackBerry PlayBook, the computer’s audio is redirected to your BlackBerry PlayBook.
- Windows Only – Mac is not supported
- Player Controls – Pause or Rewind are not available on the BlackBerry PlayBook
Researchers show that 63% of Consumers spend 35% more on Tech service per month, than basic utilities.
Consumers spend the aveage monthly rate for the following:
- Mobile internet – $94
- Apps and Music – $19
- ISP – $20 – $180 – 58% have Dial-up and uses pay between $20 – $60 for dial-up service
- Online Backup – 30% are paying $10