Its been twenty years. Why have these companies NOT used streaming to further their clients messages and products?
Regardless of your political views, the CBS errors in Dan Rather’s 60 Minutes II article regarding George Bush’s treatment in the Guard show the true power of bloggers. The only problem may be those who blogged against CBS were actually members of the Republican party. Where is the non-partisian view?
Warner Brothers has agreed to license some films to Netflix to be served over TiVO to further test a new video-on-demand service in the coming year.
Kodak today announced Mobile Phone Wallpaper permitting users to access imaging shot with Kodak’s Mobile Service (or Ofoto.com) and transmit those images to their mobile phones. The application will re-size the image to match the phone’s screen size.
The University of Warwick in the UK is giving every student a blog account. You can communicate much more effectively with your blog. So higher education is moving from providing webspace to blogs. The impact of blogging continues.
And I remember getting email back in the day was a big thing.
…I’m so old.
Noted usability specialist Jakob Nielsen’s call to simplify web design matters.
World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee is asking for developers to adopt more voice recognition.
The new Sony Clie PEG-VZ90: The display provides a contrast ratio of 1000:1, a fast response time and a 180-degree horizontal viewing angle. The VZ90 can play MPEG 4 video. The only downturn? It availability in the US is not projected, just in the Far East.
Jupiter Research is providing new data (subscription required) that Tablet PCs are spurring the market for the next generation of handheld, mobile computing devices.
The Computer Industry Almanac reports that the current population sits at about 934 million and is projected to grow to just over a billion next year.
Another example of the distribution of community news. Take-Away provides downloadable news for Macromedia’s line of products. Users can choose a topic and download to their iPod textual and audio news for accessing information virtually anytime/anywhere.
Europeans came a step closer to having television on their mobile phones on Friday when two groups of companies announced plans to push forward with consumer trials and establish a standard for the technology.