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Watch downloaded Vongo movies on your TV

Cyrus Farivar
01.08.07
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At the last CES, Starz announced its new movie download service, Vongo, for portable devices and regular PCs. For those who are unfamiliar with it, the strangely-named service gives you access to over 1,000 movies and 2,500 "video selections" all for 10 bucks a month. This time around, Vongo has been selected as the "launch partner" for Vista, meaning that folks with the Premium or Ultimate versions will be able to legally display that content on a TV. You'll also be able to use MCE extenders, so you can stream stuff to that big screen connected to your XBox 360 console if you like, as well. Just save us a seat when you download "Talladega Nights," ok? We'll bring the popcorn.

[Thanks, Will W.]

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