Skinkers, Microsoft announce live, streaming content venture

July 6th, 2007

Skinkers, Microsoft announce live, streaming content venture

The competion in the streaming video space (with its potential for massive advertising revenues) continues to heat up. In addition to Joost, the early innovater and leader, Microsoft pulls a suprise move with LiveStation, built on the new Silverlight platform.

Wired News | Why Joost Is Good for TV:

January 19th, 2007

Wired News: Why Joost Is Good for TV: "At Skype's sleek London headquarters, the two Vikings are penned in a small glass-walled conference room. Zennström is still under the gun to prove the wisdom of eBay's purchase. He has confidence, though, in his recipe for turning bit-powered ideas into money-spinning businesses.

Japan project aims to create 3D TV by 2020 | CNET …

August 21st, 2005

Japan project aims to create 3D TV by 2020 | CNET News.com: "Japan plans to make this futuristic television a commercial reality by 2020 as part of a broad national project that will bring together researchers from the government, technology companies and academia.

Forbes.com | The Era Of The Mixmaster

August 3rd, 2005

The Era Of The Mixmaster | Forbes.com: "The hot air surrounding blogs and podcasts could melt steel. I've made a living from my own Web site since 1998. I worked on a Ziff Davis Internet radio operation two years before that. Today's "new media" just isn't that new.

The Long Tail: The new architecture of production:…

August 2nd, 2005

The Long Tail: The new architecture of production: "In the comments, Ryan Shaw points to the interesting MSMDX (Media Streams Metadata Exchange) project at UC Berkeley, whose goal is 'to create a platform for collaboratively annotating, retrieving, sharing and remixing multimedia content.

Riding the wave of video downloads | CNET News.com…

May 11th, 2005

Riding the wave of video downloads | CNET News.com: "As home broadband connections proliferate, digital-content companies are chomping at the bit to offer broadband customers content such as movies. The challenge? Many consumers are used to buying their content through other avenues.

Japundit | More TV!: “The Teleglass, which goes on…

May 3rd, 2005

Japundit | More TV!: "The Teleglass, which goes on sale in June, comes with earphones and a box that connects to a portable DVD player. The wearer will see images as if watching a 14-inch television screen from a distance of one meter (yard), according to an official at Scalar Corp.

MakeZine.com: Free TiVo: Build a Better DVR out of…

May 1st, 2005

MakeZine.com: Free TiVo: Build a Better DVR out of an Old PC: "Several months ago, I finally became sufficiently jealous of the millions of DVR owners to motivate me to put a DVR in my own living room. But I wanted something more versatile than a normal TiVo, ReplayTV, or Ultimate TV system.

New Scientist | ‘Minority Report’ interface

April 16th, 2005

New Scientist Breaking News - 'Minority Report' interface created for US military: "A computer interface inspired by the futuristic system portrayed in the movie Minority Report, starring Tom Cruise, could soon help real military personnel deal with information overload.