- News tagged "video streaming"
Monday, 2 Feb 2015
Singtel, Sony Pictures Television, and Warners Bros. join forces to create new video streaming service
Part of Singtel's digital strategy is to have the largest OTT video service in Asia. To realize it, the telco has joined up with Sony Pictures Television and Warners Bros. to set up HOOQ.
Monday, 24 Nov 2014
If you're into gaming, you'd have probably heard of Atari and its infamous E.T. cart. It was supposed to be so bad that it caused the whole industry to crash in 1983. Ever wondered if the urban legend that said unsold copies of the game were dumped in the desert was true? Wonder no more.
Thursday, 30 Oct 2014
YouTube videos have been capped at 30 frames per second for years, but are now bumped up to 60 FPS for extra smooth playback.
Wednesday, 15 Oct 2014
Japanese telecommunications and Internet company, SoftBank, looks to venture into entertainment with its acquisition of DramaFever, a video-streaming website, at an undisclosed sum.
Wednesday, 28 Mar 2012
Microsoft's continuous upgrades to Xbox Live's entertainment offerings now sees the Xbox 360 being used more for entertainment than gaming.
Thursday, 22 Mar 2012
The latest blog post from YouTube has revealed a newly-added Video Manager feature that allows for editing of video quality with just one click.
Friday, 27 Jan 2012
Avid YouTube video creationists and viewers should take note of the site's latest updates. Changes include a new design and features made to its Video Manager, Video Editor and Browse applications.
RealNetworks have announced their agreement with Intel to sell a significant number of its patents and its next-generation video CODEC software to the chipmaker for a purchase price of US$120 million.
Thursday, 17 Mar 2011
Google acquires Irish film technology company, Green Parrot Pictures, to improve the picture quality of videos posted on YouTube.
Friday, 27 Aug 2010
MPEG-LA, the group holding the patent rights for use of MPEG video codec standards, including the popular H.264 codec, has announced that it will not charge royalties for any website using it to stream freely available video.