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Is UltraViolet a Success?

UltraViolet’s “anytime, anywhere” mantra promises consumers the freedom to do with their digital content as they please. As a matter of fact, the online content streaming service allows users to access their content on a number of devices, even simultaneously, … Continue reading

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UltraViolet Invades Europe

Finally, UltraViolet is coming to Europe, and from the looks of it, plans of making it big in EU are already laid down and finalized. The company responsible for UltraViolet, Digital Entertainment Content System (DECE), is bringing it to Europe … Continue reading

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More Home Media Consumers Using UltraViolet

Despite having a rough start and some user and insider skepticism about its ability to compete with Netflix, UltraViolet is enjoying a recent surge in the number of its users. UltraViolet’s affiliation with major film studios in Hollywood have, in … Continue reading

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UltraViolet Opens Australia and Warner Early Access

UltraViolet has two big coups coming out this week as they continue their climb up the ladder of power house streaming video-on-demand (SVOD) provider. First they have announced that they will be opening up service in Australia, which will certainly … Continue reading

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UltraViolet Subscribers Can Access Content Easily with Motorola Mobility SecureMedia

UltraViolet has been diligently trying to expand its now more than 11 million large bases of users even more. The digital content cloud service is already available in the US, UK, and Canada, and there have long been plans to … Continue reading

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