Intelligent algorithms and prior research in video stabilization make movies from Microsoft's newest app fly past your eyes at breathtaking speed without appearing jumpy.
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The problem isn't the VPN; it's trying to maintain anti-competitive, territory-by-territory content licensing models on the global digital distribution platform.
The next Apple TV reportedly won't support the higher resolution 4k format but it won't matter: Cord-cutting and apps is where it's at.
QuickFire Networks' technology includes T-Video, an appliance that is designed to sit in a 1U rack and do nothing but process and transcode video. Welcome to Facebook's data centers.
The wireless company is teaming with media and entertainment company The Chernin Group for the venture, which will focus on investing in and acquiring subscription VOD channels and streaming services.
BluffTitler bridges the gap between the limited special effects available in titler utilities often bundled with video NLEs and the functionality in high-end applications like Adobe After Effects.
AT&T is betting big on a forecast that APIs in the telco industry will grow balloon into $157 billion in global revenues by 2018.
Google-owned video sharing site has reportedly reached out to video producers to submit applications to create for-pay "channels"; first paid channels may be introduced in second quarter this year.
It looks like the FTC is poised to finally do more than posture around Google's alleged anti-competitive practices. In a roundtable discussion Friday, I argued that this is really just a colossal waste of taxpayer money.
Survey silly season is well under way. Company after company is sending the results of surveys and hoping ZDnet will publicize the results. Unfortunately, these studies are often self serving, badly designed and produce results that are seldom representative.
Faster broadband speeds and more bandwidth-intensive applications, most notably online video, are spurring higher traffic volumes per user.
AT&T boasts it's the first service provider to leverage Polycom's open standards-based interoperability solutions to deliver cloud-based video that works with non-standard TIP systems.
Country issues call for collaboration worth S$21 million (US$16.5 million) to develop "high-impact, sector-specific" software-as-a-service products to help smaller companies lower costs.
Mobile technologies, particularly the application of it via mobile commerce, mobile payments and mobile healthcare, is the thrust for this year's CommunicAsia trade show.
With launch of online store and support in 10 Indian languages, software vendor hopes to significantly increase market penetration with CS6 paving way, says South Asia managing director.
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg made a short speech before he rang the Nasdaq bell remotely from his company's headquarters in Menlo Park. In short, he's happy, but not ecstatic.
Singapore Changi Airport turns to technology for solutions to maintain consistent customer service standards and better serve growing number of passengers.
Taking a photo of your favourite athlete at this year's Olympics could land you in trouble. But Olympic organisers said that enforcing social media rules is impossible.
Today's Senate hearing on the future of online video only hinted at the complexity of related net neutrality and other Internet infrastructure issues, but the debate continues.
Exec says Chinese video site not closed to possibility of acquiring others to supplement its online video business, but company refuses to say if it will buy online video service provider, PPS Net TV, which is rumored to be on sale.
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