DivX Launches Internet TV Platform At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 6 2010, 12:24pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:41pm CDT, in CES


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DivX TV is coming. Today the company announced that they will be creating a "comprehensive embedded Internet TV platform" that allows users to access "a diverse line-up of online media content". This content will be streamed to any appropriate web-connected device. You'll be able to watch DivX TV on your digital TV, through your Blu-Ray player, gaming console, or even your smartphone. DivX TV also allows you to stream your own media over to a home network. What format your media is in shouldn't matter. DivX TV is designed to support a variety of formats, including all DivX videos. You torrenters out there should be able to stream all of your ill-gotten goods through this service. LG is the first manufacturer to license the platform for their new line of Blu-ray players and home theater systems. Several other partners have also been announced, including Bluestreak, Broadcom, Iomega, and Viewsonic. DivX brags that they have more than 70 content channels in place right now, with more expected by the time the first DivX device launches. Content will run the gamut from Internet video, movies, music channels, social networking, and photo-sharing.

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