Some media companies are spending in excess of 100% of their digital revenue on site development, management, and hosting, says Cisco’s Scott Brown.
RealPlayer SP, A small desktop application from RealNetworks, which allows users to save and share Flash videos, has been downloaded 100 million times, the company said today.
Adobe sees a big growth opportunity in the emerging eReader market, says Bill Rusitzky, who heads media alliances for the software company.
CNET has a sit-down video interview with Google CEO Eric Schmidt on social search, Android, and plans for the Chome OS , which will be initially targeted to for netbooks. Also, he provides an explanation of Google Wave.
Forrester has published a comparative study of six online video platform service providers. We reported on the study on Friday.
ESPOO, FINLAND – Earlier today Nokia filed suit in a U.S. federal court alleging patent infringement by Apple and iPhone. The Wall Street Journal reports the matter has to do with wireless standards.
(Great event today — you can watch the event on a loop right here. Daisy's live blogging is below, Andy)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, says that as video on the Web continues to grow, the movie industry needs evolve from a "channels" scenario to a "random access" platform, where films can be universally searched, watched, and paid for.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Asked what he would have done differently in creating the Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, says in this video that the double slash, the “//” after the colon in Web addresses, was unnecessary.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, has been on a quest for several years for the adoption of something he has coined the semantic Web — a data-rich, interconnected Web.
Flash, the pervasive rich media application, will finally be available on a range of mobile devices with the release of Flash Player 10.1, the company has announced.
Online video will comprise 90 percent of the world's Internet traffic by 2013, Intel's Justin Rattner told the BBC's Maggie Shields.
Ensequence, a software company that provides interactive tools to video producers, has raised $22 million in new funding and is about to close on an additional $14.5 million, bringing its total raise to about $100 million, reports Rafat Ali on paidContent this morning.
SAN FRANCISCO — Brightcove, the big video services company which powers the online video technology for a number of news organizations including The New York Times, the Washington Post and TIME.com, sees growing opportunities in non-media customers.
Adobe today announced that it is extending digital rights management, DRM, for Flash files which are downloaded by users.
Microsoft will preview two new Silverlight features at the IBC in Amsterdam later this week. Mary-Jo Foley at ZDNet has some of the details. Here is the company press release.
REDMOND, WA — The transcription of the voice track of video has proven to be a big value by making video more searchable. Now, it is making video editing more effective and scalable, explains Charles Tillinghast, President and Publisher of msnbc.com.
REDMOND, WA — Companies seeking to harness the power of videoblogging need to look at Channel 9, the pioneering site launched back in 2003.
REDMOND, WA — Internet Explorer 8, the latest version of the Microsoft Web browser, provides users with the ability to use a drop down menu of recent stories from a designated site. Microsoft calls these "Web Slices."
RealNetworks released RealPlayer SP today, a software application which allows users to sync videos to a number of mobile devices including the iPhone, BlackBerry, and Palm Pre.