RIM reveals content distributors for new BlackBerry World, offers up same day DVD downloads

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  • iphoneee

    RIM…can you come clean my driveway????
    kthxbii

    • Sgt.Romanov

      BTW how is Apple stock doing ?? products e.g. iPhone 5 are to exspensive so people are buying the lower priced Apple products in particular the iPhone 4s so I hope RIM and others see this and dont price themselves out of the market like Apple has and its showing in the markets

  • BB10

    Wow loving the news this week. Can’t wait for Wednesday.

    EXCITED TO SEE THE COMEBACK OF RIM!

  • Ka-ra-te Master, The Fifth Dan

    Sorry Google, you have failed to bring TV Shows to my Canadian mobile device and now I must leave you.

  • Ka-ra-te Master, The Fifth Dan

    Give me your address.

  • Rimz

    It’s great to see that they are investing a lot in this launch and OS. I would love to see them back in the game, since they were the start of the smartphone craze.

  • Paul

    Very interesting. It is certainly giving current users plenty of reason to stay with the blackberry brand with the new BB10 and the supporting products.

  • Darren

    Cool – music from indie labels too? Six Shooter and Bad Panda hopefully. Also, devs take heed – BB10 needs an EQ and music player along the lines of Android’s amazing PowerAmp. Two more days!

  • Raid

    At this rate, this might end up being better than Canadian Netflix.

  • Nothin But RIM

    i’m loving this. Honestly, I can’t stand itunes. On my BB or an Android you can download files to the phone like any hard drive. On itunes you have to sync everything and deselecting all the things I do not want on my phone is time consuming.

    I like having all apps, videos and music accessible from one place.

  • Sweet

    I’m interested in knowing if their movies and TV shows will have DRM and if so, will it be a proprietary DRM. I’m pretty sure it will have DRM, since I’m pretty sure it’s the content producers (e.g. Hollywood) insist on it. The question is, will it be proprietary DRM which prevents the content from being played on non-RIM devices. I hope not.

    The movies and TV shows on iTunes have a proprietary DRM that my TV won’t decode and which thus prevents me from using DLNA to share my iTunes movies and TV shows with my TV, forcing me to connect my laptop to my TV with a cable. Though, now that I think about it, the cable solution is more secure.

    • Raid

      BB10 has native DLNA support.