Good news for the iPhone owners. Sling Media (company providing hardware and software solutions for streaming) released the very expected SlingPlayer Mobile application for the iPhone and iPod. The application will work over AT&T’s 3G network. Ralph de la Vega (AT&T Mobility CEO), stated about Sling Media: “They made important changes to more efficiently use […]

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It appears that Flash games and AIR applications will finally be readily available on mobile devices and the first one to support them appears to be Google’s Android phone. When Motorola Droid was released, statements that Flash was finally available for mobile devices invaded online forums and articles. Adobe announced at the Mobile World Congress […]

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After the successful launch of Hulu, content producers have been scrambling to get their content online. Cable providers have taken notice of this move and are focusing on integrating IPTV with their provided services to keep their subscribers. The latest content producer to join this effort in searching for an online video platform is HBO. […]

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YouTube recently celebrated 5 years since the creators Chad Hurley, Jawed Karim and Steve Chen (working at that time for PayPal) launched their video streaming platform. It is hard to believe that the domain was registered as recently as 2005. The idea of YouTube stems from the creator’s desire to share videos from a party […]

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The expected release of the iPad was one of the most discussed subject in the High-tech community. After the controversial announcement that iPad will now support Flash the community has reacted extremely positively. Superior quality video & advertising will be available on the device once Transpera (the biggest mobile video delivery and ad network in […]

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Even though the Super Bowl was not streamed live on the Internet, CBS Sports offered a few online videos consisting in live interviews, news and different pre-game analysis . Last year 12% of the Super Bowl viewers have been browsing the net and the average time browsing was 24 minutes (according to Nielsen). Here is […]

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University of California at Los Angeles has been the subject of the latest copyright war. The university announced all of the students that posting copyrighted videos on their course websites is forbidden as the AIME (Association for Information and Media Equipment) threatened with lawsuit if they won’t change this practice and obtain licenses. UCLA is […]

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Editing on a big HD monitor is now easier with Intensity Pro using the HDMI interface. Live streaming with this card means you get uncompressed video source so the CPU won’t waste resources trying to de compress the video while capturing. Intensity Pro is the first affordable video card to combine HDMI capture and playback […]

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Netflix had originally announced that they would support 1080p s later this year but then they published a press release explaining 2010 was too lofty as a goal for 1080p streaming. They are still streaming about 100 videos in 720p but that is considered a small amount of content available for streaming. Upgrading to 1080p […]

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NASA has raised the bar again, bringing video streaming to another level by offering a reality show where daily activities of the astronauts working on the International Space Station are presented. They expect a lot of viewers during the live stream as images from 220 miles above earth’s surface will be available. The live stream […]

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