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Smartphone Usage Jumps 60%, Android Gains Major Ground

Smartphone Usage Jumps 60%, Android Gains Major Ground

Google's Android is working on taking over the world if we are to believe the latest numbers from comScore from their December 2010 U.S. Mobile Subscriber Market Share. Not only that but the uptake of smartphones is rocketing with a year-to-year change of 60%. What …

Microsoft Drops 3,000 Word Reason for Supporting H.264, Fails to Mention Stake in MPEGLA

Microsoft Drops 3,000 Word Reason for Supporting H.264, Fails to Mention Stake in MPEGLA

Microsoft's Dean Hachamovitch, has lobbed a 3,000 word grenade at Google. The grenade is a lengthy description of why Microsoft will now support H.264 for web video in their Internet Explorer web browser and allow users to load a third-party codec for WebM. The one …

Top 6 Websites for Discovering New & Emerging Viral Videos

Top 6 Websites for Discovering New & Emerging Viral Videos

I've been writing a weekly round up article on the best and hottest viral videos for well over a year now. One of the most common questions I'm asked is about my sources–where do I find the videos I feature in my weekly best-of article. …

YouTube Is The Third Most Blocked Website, Facebook First

YouTube Is The Third Most Blocked Website, Facebook First

A new report released today from OpenDNS–a DNS resolution service–casts some light on how businesses are treating social networking and online video websites–at least in terms of how employees spend their time while on the clock. While brands are racing to engage customers on social networking …

Fear and Loathing in Online Video: The Video Codec Conundrum Continues

Fear and Loathing in Online Video: The Video Codec Conundrum Continues

My last post described, what Google's decision to drop H.264 from Chrome in favor of its own WebM format means for you, and concluded that this situation creates even more complexity video publishers, along with the potential of a massive increase in video publishing costs. …

Google TV Stumbles, But Will it Fall?

Google TV Stumbles, But Will it Fall?

I know that CES is still a week away, but there have been some big news surrounding Google TV of late that I thought we might compile to demonstrate the hazards of reaching into the unknown and attempting to carve out a niche for a …

The Future of Search Might Not Require Any Actual Searching

The Future of Search Might Not Require Any Actual Searching

Marrisa Mayer has a new title at Google:  head of consumer products.  Which is a little vague, if you ask me, but most major company job titles are that way.  At the LeWeb 2010 conference in Paris, she sat down on stage for an interview …

RockMelt – The Hotshot New Browser Video Marketers Should Be Rooting For

RockMelt   The Hotshot New Browser Video Marketers Should Be Rooting For

The web was abuzz yesterday with the news of the latest browser on the block, RockMelt.  It's a web browser that is intently focused on one thing: social interaction.  And I think all video creators and marketers should be hopping on the bandwagon.

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