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The PlayStation (プレイステーション, Pureisutēshon, officially abbreviated as PS; unofficially referred to as the PSX or PS1) is a 32-bit fifth-generation video game console first released by Sony Computer Entertainment in Japan on December 3, 1994. The PlayStation was the first of the PlayStation series of consoles and handheld game devices. The PlayStation was also the first console offered by an Japanese company after the TurboDuo ceased production in 1995. In 2000, a re-designed...

Households That View Online Video Devote 33% of Entertainment Time To It

Well, well, well.  Some very cool data coming out this week from One Touch Intelligence, which is a provider of "intelligence solutions for companies in the communications industry.” They've done a study on American households and their entertainment viewing habits—with a specific eye toward Internet ...

Video Games Cutting Into TV Viewing

(I'm writing this with my Video Game Journalist Hat on) I have to file this under: HAHA! We told you so! It seems that, according to a recent study by Nielsen Games, video game playing cuts down on TV prime time viewing. Well, duh! Why ...

Are Gaming Consoles The Future for Online Video Delivery?

According to a new report from TDG, a leading voice regarding the diffusion of broadband video, game consoles such as Microsoft's Xbox 360 and Sony's PS3 are evolving into multimedia gateways with legitimate non-gaming media arsenals. Armed with the growing video libraries of Xbox LIVE ...

Interest In Mobile Video Content Has Increased 55% Over 2007

IBM's second global online survey of consumer digital media and entertainment habits revealed that consumers are adopting digital content services -- such as social networking and videos -- on mobile phones and personal computers at an accelerated pace, and it is impacting traditional consumption habits. ...

GridNetworks Launches GridCast TV, A Service for Content Owners To Deliver Internet Video To The TV

Video delivery platform provider GridNetworks today launched GridCast TV, a new service that enables content distributors and owners to stream video directly over the Internet to viewers' TVs. The Internet has given viewers the ability to watch what they want, when they want. GridCast TV ...

Broadcast International and On2 Partner for HD Video

High Definition Video to Internet Computers, Cell Phones and Handhelds Aim of New Agreement Between Broadcast International and On2 Technologies Broadcast International ("BI") and On2 Technologies, leaders in video compression technology and solutions,today announced an agreement to make real-time, high quality video, including high-definition (HD) ...

Sony PS3 and Video On Demand - How To Kill A Brand.

Found this funny video (below), thanks to Mike Abundo, that pokes fun at Sony and the PS3 for the fact that they seem to have very little focus or strategy that is working for the PS3. You may have seen the announcement that Sony plans ...

Limelight Networks LimelightHD - High-Definition Online Video

Fox Interactive Media, Brightcove, Rajshri.com, Microsoft, Adobe, Move Networks and Veoh Networks All Sign On to Support LimelightHD(TM) October 23, 2007: 08:00 AM EST TEMPE, Ariz., Oct. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Limelight Networks , the leading content delivery network (CDN) for digital media, today introduced LimelightHD, ...

Standard Encoding Format for Video - AVC / H.264

Standard Encoding Format for Video   AVC / H.264

H.264 encoding also known as MPEG-4 Part 10, or AVC (for Advanced Video Coding) is ready to become the format of convergence in the digital video industry, regardless of which playback platform the viewer chooses. Big Internet players like Google/YouTube, Adobe, and Apple iTunes are ...

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