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Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Google Partners with DivX On Digital Video


DivX and Googleannounced at CES that the companies will work together to make Google Video accessible on consumer electronics devices, enabling consumers to bring their video content into the connected home.

"DivX vision focuses on helping consumers experience the content that is meaningful to them in the most useful way, and that aligns very closely with Google," said Jordan Greenhall, co-founder and chief executive officer of DivX Inc.

"Our goal with Google Video is to make the world's video content accessible to people, and working with DivX is a very important step toward extending that service beyond the PC to consumer electronics devices," said Susan Wojcicki, vice president of product management at Google Inc. "We want to reach a point when consumers can easily access the content that is important to them from Google whenever they want, and enjoy that content on a variety of devices."

To learn more about Google Video, go to http://video.google.com .


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