NetBlender using sorcery to get Blu-ray onto iPod Touch, iPhone

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We’re not sure exactly how this is going to work, but NetBlender is touting a new technology it’s creating that will allow set-top Blu-ray players connect with iPhones and iPod Touches, allowing the handhelds to become remotes for said set-top boxes.

What’s more NetBlender says the technology would allow the transfer of video from the Blu-ray devices to the handsets without the use of iTunes.

We’re guessing this is a WiFi tool of some sort, and we’re not sure if the idea is to add the tech to the Blu-ray units or as a download for iPhone or iPod Touch. NetBlender will give us more details on Thursday, so I suppose we’ll find out then.

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