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The iPhone ( /ˈaɪfoʊn/ EYE-fohn) is a line of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The iPhone runs Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, originally named “iPhone OS”. The first iPhone was released on June 29, 2007; the most recent iPhone, the 6th-generation iPhone 5, was released on September 21, 2012. The user interface is built around the device’s multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard rather than a physical one. The iPhone has Wi-Fi and cellu...

Silverlight Makes Gains, Shines On Kaltura and Ooyala

Apparently, and I find this rather shocking, Silverlight is installed on 60% of connected devices. SIXTY percent. I am guessing that is mostly because it is now coming pre-installed on Windows machines and smartphones? As a result both Kaltura and Ooyala have begun to support ...

The IPad Proves Video's Importance, Even If It Can't Record Video Itself

The iPad debuted to much fanfare over the weekend.  You may remember my somewhat controversial remarks about the device when it was announced.  Well, clearly there are many consumers less skeptical than I.  Over 300,000 units were sold on opening day (more than the iPhone's ...

Disney Flock Swarms IPad

Well it was inevitable right? Every time a new gadget is unveiled everyone must flock to it. This time Disney is pulling no punches and wants to be the dominant media force on the platform. Check out all the work they've put into their presence ...

CBS Testing HTML5 Video Tag for IPad Support

Several sites on the web (The Other Mac Blog, MacRumors) noted that CBS.com had posted some iPad test videos. At first glance you might be confused as they show up in a standard Flash player, but MacRumors did some further digging and uncovered some HTML5 ...

Smile, You're On IPad Video Conference?

It seems that the Mac technical wizards at MacRumors have unveiled some pretty handy, yet unconfirmed, features of future iPads and iPhones including video conferencing via a front-facing camera.

Brightcove Experiences Mobile Video With Flash Player 10.1

Brightcove recently announced that they will support the upcoming release of Adobe's Flash Player 10.1. Brightcove's new optimized mobile version of the company's cloud-based online video platform, dubbed the "Mobile Experience," will utilize Adobe's Flash 10.1 player to reproduce the Brightcove player experience on smartphones.

The IPad and Video - I Want Some of What Apple Is Smoking

The IPad and Video   I Want Some of What Apple Is Smoking

ReelSEO isn't a gadget blog, but it's staffed with people who are quite familiar with gadgets.  The news of the iPad from Apple is everywhere, and I think it's a topic we can have some valid opinions on. Background:  I'm no Apple fanboy. I have ...

Google and Apple Battle for The Handset Win - Let The SmartPhone Wars Begin!

Google's Android cell phones are quickly closing the gap on Apple's iPhone, according to new research from eMarketer. In the fourth quarter, the proportion of potential smartphone buyers who said they were going to purchase an Android jumped from 6% to 21%, surpassing blackberry for the ...

Vimeo Takes It All On The Road

Vimeo recently announced that their clever developers have finished up a way for your videos to be mobile. Yes, including iPhone, iPod Touch, Android and Palm Pre.

Simultaneous IPhone, Web and TV Live Video? Wowza!

Telestream and Wowza have shined light on a deal between them that will offer live video production and universal streaming to the iPhone, Web and TV. That is something to say Wowza! about!

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