US media companies are “testing a system that will let you watch the movies you buy wherever you are, regardless of formats and other technical hurdles. Like a bank account accessible from all ATMs, your account would follow you, no matter what brand of machine you use.”
July 21, 2010
Movies Anywhere, On Anything
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