With Microsoft planning to end support for its Silverlight video plugin by 2021, Netflix has begun to shift towards using HTML5 for video playback.
Editor’s Pick Within five minutes of turning on the Boxee TV, I was ready to return it.
After relaunching as a social video network more than a year ago, Telly is now focusing even more on video discovery with the launch of My Telly.
After months of hard labor, Remixation, creator of the popular video discovery app Showyou, has released a new version of the app that works just as well for social media abstainers as it does for Facebook and Twitter users.
Envivio has filed to go public and raise as much as $69 million in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Google has been trying to quell some of the controversy that it stirred up earlier this week when it announced that it would limit support for the H.264 video codec in its Chrome browser. Today the search giant published a blog post laying out a longer explanation for the decision.
Nintendo announced today that Wii owners can now watch Netflix streaming video without the need for a Watch Instantly disc.
YouTube remains one of the big question marks in Google’s finances. Every time the Google-owned video supersite comes up, executives make vague statements about how it’s not profitable yet, but could be soon. But it looks like that could change in 2010. Analysts predict YouTube will earn $450 million and finally turn a profit this year, according to The New York Times.