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Adobe is planning a new version of its Flash Lite cellphone software that can play video files today at the 3GSM wireless trade show in Barcelona, Spain.

After signing a deal with six major Hollywood Studios Walmart has become the first leading supermarket to launch a cut price film and TV download service [beta].  This is going to put serious pressure on the highstreet DVD and video stores.

Amazon has just announced its new flm and TV download service which is coming soon –

 “Amazon Unbox on TiVo” will allow TiVo subscribers to purchase or rent videos from leading movie studios and television networks at Amazon Unbox and download them directly to their TiVo’s “Now Playing List” to enjoy on their TV.

Pretty soon broadband is going to be in a lot of UK living rooms as the various on-demand TV packages launch. The BBC has provided a  list of the services (including their own) that are currently available or are to be shortly launched.

CBR Online is reporting VeriSign Inc. is likely to raise .com wholesale prices in the 1st half of 2007, with .net likely to follow.

The maximum permitted rises under the recently inked agreements with ICANN would see the  .com wholesale price to rise from $6 to $6.42 and .net wholesale price from $4.25 to $4.67