As with Amazon Instant Video, you'll be able to stream or download videos you've purchased. It's unclear if Barnes & Noble has additional studios on board (we asked about Paramount and Universal, but are still waiting for a response) and B&N hasn't provided a ton of details on the service, so the announcement is a bit of a teaser. One thing we do know is that Barnes & Noble is planning to launch free Nook Video apps that will allow you to view Nook Video content you've purchased on other, non-Nook devices, including TVs and smartphones (purchases are stored in the Nook Cloud). Barnes & Noble didn't talk about specific devices, but it's pretty safe to assume iOS and Android apps will be first out of the gate.
Barnes & Noble says Nook Video "will also integrate a customer's compatible physical DVD and Blu-ray Disc purchases and digital video collection across their devices through UltraViolet." In other words, you'll be able to link your Nook Video and UltraViolet accounts and access your UltraViolet movies from any Nook Video app, Barnes & Noble already sells physical discs in its brick-and-mortar stores, It also offers the Netflix app in the Nook app store, but does not offer HBO Go yet, Will owners of current Nook Tablets get access to Nook Video? There's no mention of that in the press release, but Barnes & Noble could very well add it through an upcoming software upgrade, dear clementine - oranges teal by crystal walen iphone case We'll let you know when we have more details..
Ahead of an expected new tablet unveiling, Barnes & Noble announces Nook Video with content from the likes of HBO, Sony, Starz, and Disney. Last year when it launched its Nook Tablet, Barnes & Noble strongly hinted that it was looking to add a video service to the device that would allow users to buy and rent movies and television shows. Well, it took a little longer than expected, but today the company has announced that it's launching Nook Video this fall in the U.S. and the U.K. this "holiday season" with content from major studios, including HBO, Sony, Starz, and Warner Bros, and Disney.
The comments come amid a lot of activity in the mobile operating system world, including major Android supporter Samsung losing to Apple in a key patent battle in California, and Google squashing Acer's attempt to use an operating system built by Alibaba, which Google argues is an incompatible variant of Android, Huawei, dear clementine - oranges teal by crystal walen iphone case which still counts a majority of its business in telecommunications equipment, has grown in influence and sales in the smartphone business, The company is in the middle of a campaign to establish its brand to consumers, particularly here in the U.S., where its commercials were seen throughout the Olympic games..
In the U.S., Huawei is little-known, and most of its phones are supplied unbranded to low-cost carriers such as MetroPCS. Overseas, the company actually has an array of thin, attractive, and powerful phones. The company said it would expand its Android lineup, as well as build Windows mobile devices. Following Samsung and LG's lead, the company also plans mobile devices with larger screens that aren't quite as large as a tablet, a new category some have coined the "phablet."Huawei continues to be dogged by concerns that it has ties to the Chinese government and military, and has been the subject of congressional hearings to determine whether it poses a threat to the U.S.