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Ios (Greek: Ίος, locally Νιός – Nios) is a Greek island in the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea. Ios is a hilly island with cliffs down to the sea on most sides, situated halfway between Naxos and Santorini. It is about 18 km (11 mi) long and 10 km (6 mi) wide, with an area of about 109 km² (42 mi²). Population was 1,838 in 2001 (down from 3,500 in the 19th century). Ios is part of the Thira regional unit. Ios was the setting for the movie Ginger and Cinnamon (Dillo con p...

Video & The Apple iPhone 4S - What Video Creators & Marketers Need To Know

Video & The Apple iPhone 4S   What Video Creators & Marketers Need To Know

After months of rumor and speculation, Apple disappointed many fans yesterday when they announced the new Apple iPhone 4S instead of the iPhone 5. And while investors don't seem to be impressed, and lots of fans are disappointed, there are still some impressive and interesting ...

Adobe Proves Relevant To HTML5 Future With Adobe Touch Apps & AIR Integration

Adobe Proves Relevant To HTML5 Future With Adobe Touch Apps & AIR Integration

Adobe MAX 2011 is going on, and while I'm not there, I've been keeping up with what's going on. One of the interesting things for us, the online video community, is Adobe AIR 3 and Flash Player 11. They announced that both are available as ...

Ken Burns Documentary "Prohibition" To Debut On Apple Devices Before PBS Premiere

Ken Burns Documentary Prohibition To Debut On Apple Devices Before PBS Premiere

Ken Burns has been PBS' go-to documentary director since he unleashed the documentary mini-series Baseball way back in 1994.  Since then he's made similar series on jazz, national parks, and World War II.  So Burns is a name in which people are familiar, but that ...

Adobe Air 3 & Flash Player 11 Bring Big Video Updates

Adobe Air 3 & Flash Player 11 Bring Big Video Updates

Adobe Air 3 and Flash 11 are set to bring 3D graphics to gaming (which I wrote up at GDN: Adobe Platforms Will Now have 3D Gaming Potential), but there is more to it than that. There are also some interesting video performance expansions and ...

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 ...

Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 Brings Flash Video To iOS Devices

Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 Brings Flash Video To iOS Devices

Late last week, Adobe released Flash Media Server 4.5, which will finally bring Flash video content to iOS devices. Can you hear the calls of "neener neener neener!" flying from San Jose to Cupertino? Maybe, instead, they'll make a video of the whole Adobe Flash ...

12% Of Online Video Views Come From Mobile - Break Media

12% Of Online Video Views Come From Mobile   Break Media

If one-eighth of your video views are coming from mobile, then you are in good company as Break Media just reported that 12% of their video views come from mobile users. That's a pretty good portion and shows the ever-increasing interest in mobile video viewing.

Apple Caves to Competition or Consumer Pressure? Allows Apple TV Over Internet

Apple Caves to Competition or Consumer Pressure? Allows Apple TV Over Internet

Here's an interesting twist in the Apple TV lifetime story. Monday saw a system software update that began to allow Apple TV owners to stream iTunes TV content over the Internet, effectively lifting the Airplay only restriction that had been in place. What motivated this ...

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, ...

New DLNA Guideline Could Mean Premium Content On All Connected Devices

New DLNA Guideline Could Mean Premium Content On All Connected Devices

DLNA, The Digital Living Network Alliance, is all about getting your content from where it's stored to where you want to watch it. Now, they've teamed up with satellite, cable and telecommunications service providers on the Interoperability Guidelines to leverage DTCP-IP Protected Streaming to make ...

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