To quote: I created this XML code for all you people interested in free 100% legal Internet TV and Movie Services. I use many popular Web sites which already provide these services and made it easy for you guys to access them.
Internet channels will appear in under the TV /Video Category it will give you access to 21 Internet Video Streaming Services. This includes the likes of BBC iplayer, ABC iview and many more. You can also stream selected free movies (hosted by Youtube). I have put in a TV Guide for referencing purposes and Radio channels including SHOUTcast...
You should know all the afore mentioned features run their respected websites to view content and are 100% legal. The sites are specifically created for the PS3, credits to the respected providers.
159w ago - The EFF is deeply disappointed to report that the Senate Judiciary Committee approved the COICA Internet censorship bill this morning, despite bipartisan opposition, and countless experts pointing out how it would be ineffective, unconstitutional, bad for innovation and the tech economy, and would break the Internet.
To recap, COICA gives the government dramatic new copyright enforcement powers, in particular the ability to make entire Web sites disappear from the Internet if infringement, or even links to infringement, are deemed to be "central" to the purpose of the site.
Rather than just targeting files that actually infringe copyright law, COICA's "nuclear-option" design has the government blacklisting entire sites out of the domain name system – a reckless scheme that will undermine global Internet infrastructure and censor legitimate online speech.
Since COICA affects sites that even "link" to copywritten content and has no checks and balances, sites like PS3News are especially at risk even though they don't actually host any infringing material.
I urge you to inform yourself more about this horrific abomination of legislation:
Full Text of the Bill: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-3804
202w ago - In a recent interview, COO and President of Sony Electronics USA Stan Glasgow revealed that Bravia Internet Video Link is coming to the PS3 entertainment system.
The free HD Internet video streaming service gives users content from providers such as YouTube, AOL LLC, Yahoo Inc, Amazon, Netflix and more.
Although no specific details are available about it at the moment, Glasgow did confirm that the PlayStation 3 will get support for the Bravia Internet Video Link service in addition to other video streaming services in the near future.
To quote: "There's no indication if this will or won't make its way beyond the US border but we can always hope.
More streaming video services would definitely be welcome on the PS3, but assuming you can view this website you can probably do everything this will promise to do but on your PC."