Mitsubishi will be rolling out a new line of Internet-enabled HDTVs this year. All of these new machines will integrate VUDU apps, a content delivery platform. While all of their new TVs may not quite be ready yet, Mitsubishi is showing off VUDU at CES 2010 this year. By the time their sets launch, they expect to have more than 100 apps for customers to choose from.
VUDU apps run the gamut from social networking apps, to apps for popular websites (Pandora, Flickr, etc), to news service aggregator apps. There will be a VUDU streaming movie service capable of delivering on-demand HD video. Mitsubishi brags that VUDU's movie service has the world's largest catalog of streaming HD movies. With more than 3,000 titles, I'm inclined to say they aren't exaggerating.
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