Last100.com: Motorola Launches Movie Store For Cellphones

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Last week, Motorola announced it had launched a full-length movie store for its mobile phones. God know who’s going to want to watch a full-length movie on their cell phone, but that does not seem to be stopping the carriers and content owners from trying the long-from approach. Last100.com has an article with all the details on the list of titles available, cost of the service and limitations of the technology.

  • Yeah Dan I would agree these Hardware or Operator run ventures never fly and yet somehow the isolated management of each of these companies gets sold the bridge.
    VCast is a good example. Another is the SanDisk FanFare Service or how about the Sprint Music Store?
    This “Service” isn’t long for this world.

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    thanks for the info, i have a 4gb cellphone memory in my motorola v3xx but i dont know what to do with these free space. now i know what to do. i Will Buy movies for my cellphone.
    -alex

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    I agree with you there, “God knows who’s going to want to watch a full-length movie on their cell phone” I am sure many will get interested with this though over time. Anyway, thanks for this information.