January 19, 2011
CES Video Gadgets: A Photo Survey of the Highlights
CES 2011 was full of gorgeous video gadgets, including mobile, 3D, streaming, broadcast, consumer, and production devices. Here's our informal survey of some of the video highlights from the show.
BitTorrent's P2P Live Streaming: A Video First Look
At the recent CES in Las Vegas, we sat down with BitTorrent's creator Bram Cohen to talk about his latest project: video live streaming with peer-to-peer delivery. Get a first look in this exclusive video.
Verizon iPhone vs. AT&T iPhone: What We Know So Far
Verizon's iPhone will offer Wi-Fi hotspot functionality and possibly an improved antenna, but comes up short against some features already on the AT&T version, such as the ability to use data and voice at the same time.
Google's Rejection of H.264 in Chrome Means a Unified HTML5 Video Tag is Now a Pipe Dream
Google's attempt to clarify its decision to drop H.264 from Chrome in favor of WebM creates even more questions than it answers
Rackspace Teams With Akamai; Could Be Good News for Limelight
Rackspace announced last week that it is partnering with Akamai, and reports suggested it is phasing out its relationship with Limelight. That makes little sense, unless there's more behind-the-scenes deal-making going on here than meets the eye.