Perhaps taking a leaf out of the BBC iPlayer’s book, Google-owned YouTube have launched a version of the video sharing site designed specifically for viewing on a television.
DivX looks set to continue to be the video format of choice for ‘grey’ content, with the company announcing that version 7 adds support for H.264 video and, more significantly, the Matroska (MKV) container.
In a bid to play catch up with the likes of Apple, Netflix, Sony and Microsoft, video rental chain Blockbuster has signed a strategic partnership with Sonic Solutions, owners of the video download store CinemaNow.
Palm’s new webOS and Pre smartphone has the potential to take the mobile experience to the next level. Who should fear Palm’s “New-ness” most: Apple, Google’s Android, Blackberry, Nokia or Windows Mobile?
A report on Macrumors observes that the company appears to have relaxed its iPhone App Store policy in relation to third-party web browsers. This has led to many speculating that heavyweight competitors, such as Firefox, Opera or Google’s Chrome, could be next to land on the iPhone. Not so fast.
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