Sony Exec Reveals Bravia Internet Video Link Coming to PS3
In a recent interview, COO and President of Sony Electronics USA Stan Glasgow revealed that Bravia Internet Video Link is coming to the PS3 entertainment system.
The free HD Internet video streaming service gives users content from providers such as YouTube, AOL LLC, Yahoo Inc, Amazon, Netflix and more.
Although no specific details are available about it at the moment, Glasgow did confirm that the PlayStation 3 will get support for the Bravia Internet Video Link service in addition to other video streaming services in the near future.
To quote: "There's no indication if this will or won't make its way beyond the US border but we can always hope.
More streaming video services would definitely be welcome on the PS3, but assuming you can view this website you can probably do everything this will promise to do but on your PC."
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Cool. Free movies Keep it commin' Sony! This is looking good
Just wondering if you need somekind of subscription for these services... Because this will cost Sony a lot of money!
Not sure if it is connected to this but there seems to be some files on the PS3 already containing something similar.
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Interesting might be that the QOOK TV is linked to a PKG-File, which is a Debug PKG as it seems. The Files are not on a clean HDD, I did go online and downloaded some store games to it. Might get loaded when u browse the what's new application, not sure.
I'm really hoping it does go out of US borders this seems so cool, gonna get more attraction even.