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In the heat of the browser wars between Google and Microsoft, a flurry of comments, accusations and announcements have been made, all in attempt to trump one-another. Today's strange announcement comes from Microsoft, where they...
MPEG LA announced earlier today that they would make H.264 permanently royalty-free, to keep business and consumers' minds at ease. The codec standard was developed to reduce bit rates over the previous codec standards, and is...
Today Google kicked off their first day of their keynote, streaming the broadcast live on YouTube. This is Google's largest event of the year, with more than 5,000 developers, featuring 80 sessions and over...
Microsoft said on Wednesday that it plans to introduce support for the VP8 video codec in Internet Explorer 9. But there's a catch, the user must have the VP8 codec installed on Windows. Google announced a...
Sources are indicating that Google is set to open up the VP8 codec that they recently acquired from last year’s On2 purchase. NewTeeVee reports that sources familiar with the matter have confirmed Google’s plan to...