Blockbuster to Bring Mobile Movies to Motorola Phones
Movie rental chain Blockbuster has indicated that it is preparing a mobile movie download service specifically for Motorola handsets. Blockbuster provided few details, and didn't offer information about pricing, a launch date, which Motorola phones the movies could play on, nor how movies will be distributed. All it would say is that "thousands" of movie will be available through the service.
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ud think theyd go with good phones instead of motorolas
Otherwise, this would ha...