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NBC Requiring Pay TV Subscriptions for Online Olympics Coverage, Erodes Olympic Values

NBC Requiring Pay TV Subscriptions for Online Olympics Coverage, Erodes Olympic Values

The Olympics are the latest victim of big money, well OK, maybe not the latest. There's been big money wrapped up in Olympic Games and their coverage for years. But this year, NBC has decided that, if you want to watch online, you need to …

Firefox to Stop Pushing WebM and Give in to H.264? What’s that Mean to You

Firefox to Stop Pushing WebM and Give in to H.264? Whats that Mean to You

It's a dark day indeed for online video, H.264 has seemingly won the war without any real battles being fought. Google has yet to remove H.264 from Chrome and now someone high up at Firefox has pretty much stated that they're throwing in the towel …

Boxee Totally Removes PC Software From Site, Here Are Some Alternatives

Boxee Totally Removes PC Software From Site, Here Are Some Alternatives

Boxee had already announced that they were going to to stop supporting the computer application, available for PC, Mac and Linux, they had made. But they never mentioned they were going to completely remove it from their site, yet, that is exactly what they've now …

The State Of HTML5 Video – Growing, But Also Kind Of A Mess

The State Of HTML5 Video   Growing, But Also Kind Of A Mess

Remember all the hustle and bustle there was to get HTML5 off the ground and implement immediately even though there was no standard codec, it lacks tons of functionality and all that? LongTail Video does and they broke down just where it all stands now …

Future Proof Your Online Video Library With Vid.ly Integration with Encoding.com

Future Proof Your Online Video Library With Vid.ly Integration with Encoding.com

Some time ago I wrote about Vid.ly – one upload, universal URL, fire and forget sort of encoding service where you could upload video, grab one single URL and it would work just about anywhere. Today, they're announcing that everything Vid.ly offers will be directly …

WeVideo Brings Cloud-Powered, Collaborative Video Editing To Almost Any Device

WeVideo Brings Cloud Powered, Collaborative Video Editing To Almost Any Device

I have known about WeVideo for a couple weeks now and have been bursting to tell you all about it. I mean really, when something this cool comes along, embargoes get in the way of my enthusiasm. I did mention a brief bullet point or …

Microsoft’s Hotmail First Major Web Mail Client to Support HTML5 Video in Email

Microsofts Hotmail First Major Web Mail Client to Support HTML5 Video in Email

We are happy to be the first to report that Microsoft now appears to be supporting HTML5 video emails in their Hotmail web client (provided what we're seeing isn't part of some beta test). The Hotmail web mail client displays HTML5 video in Chrome, Firefox, …

Mozilla Wants To Create A World Without Search Engines

Mozilla Wants To Create A World Without Search Engines

You might have heard about Mozilla's new mission statement, released earlier this week. It's fairly standard stuff, full of optimism and grand goals. But nestled in the epic statement is some talk that makes it sound like Mozilla's aiming for a world where search engines …

YouTube Teams With NVIDIA To Offer 3D Vision In Browser

YouTube Teams With NVIDIA To Offer 3D Vision In Browser

Being in the gaming industry as I am, there's no way to avoid NVIDIA when talking about graphics, 3D or GPUs and why would I? They make some of the greatest gear in the world in that regard. So when I happened upon an article …

The Online Video Weekly News Reel – Opening Week Edition

The Online Video Weekly News Reel   Opening Week Edition

Opening week in the MLB has wrapped up and I have to say, MLB.tv is doing a fantastic job so far. I bought a one-month to cover the gap between the beginning of the season and my return to America. Why am I telling you? …

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