Microsoft launches video service for Pocket PCs

By Derek Sooman on
Microsoft has launched a new video service for Pocket PCs. The service will enable users to download videos from Microsoft's partners to compatible Windows Mobile devices. There will be a fixed fee of about $240 per year, which will cover a seemingly unlimited amount of content.

Known as the MSN Video Downloads service, the new service will feature content from companies such as MSNBC.com, Food Network and Fox Sports. To be compatible, a receiving device must support Microsoft's Windows Media Player 10 Mobile.

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