Korean Firm Pitching Blu-ray Bypass Option

Haugsted, Linda
May 2008
Multichannel News;5/12/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 19, p8
The article reports on the innovation of a Biddle program that could turn Blu-ray high-definition DVD players into networked platforms for providing high-definition content directly to viewer's television screen. The executives of Dreamers Inc. as the developer for Biddle announced that they are pitching the interactive platform to domestic cable operators too. It is observed that the content delivered via Biddle is manipulated with a remote control and not a keyboard.


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