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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Sony Is Testing Faster Video Streaming Technology


Sony is testing a new technology that will provide users a faster stream whenever they rent a movie from the PlayStation Store on PlayStation 3.

Before rolling out with its entire catalog of the Playstation store, Sony wants to test the technology out and get feedback from users.

In order to attract testers, Sony is discounting some HD and SD movie titles, "for a limited time."

Here?s how to cash in on the deal:

- Log on to the PlayStation Store on your PS3.
- Scroll down to the Movies section where you will immediately find our beta test in the first section.
- Rent one of the five movies for only $1.99 in HD or 99? in SD.
- Fill out the survey that will be emailed to you after you purchase and watch the movie.


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