It's hard to imagine that YouTube, as ubiquitous and gigantic as it is, has never turned a profit. But that's exactly what a new report explains, alongside the myriad challenges that the site faces.
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Microsoft has recently announced that they have added support for HLS and DASH adaptive bitrate streaming protocols in Spartan, and you can try them out right now if you have Windows 10 installed.
YouTube has made a big move in moving their content over to the HTML5 player. While available for many years as an experiment, the standards' based player is now the default option on the web.
Samsung has announced a new video streaming serviced that is named "Project Glue." This will bring TV shows from the U.S. and Britain to Asia, starting with the Philippines as well as Singapore.
Netflix has announced it's pursuing its European expansion and will be available in six additional countries. There's no launch date but the company says the expansion will be ready by the end of 2014
A court in France has ordered Microsoft, Google and Yahoo to block 16 video streaming sites from their search results, thanks to the determination that the sites offer pirated content.
Netflix has released its quarterly report and it seems the video streaming company has had a great quarter with profits and revenue seeing a substantial increase. However, investors are still nervous.
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Here is an interesting factoid for everyone: Over 3 billion videos are viewed every day on YouTube. In other words, approximately 34,722.22 videos are viewed on the site every second. The Pew Internet & American...
If you are streaming what you know to be a pirated movie or TV episode via the Internet on your laptop, PC or even your cell phone, you might be committing a felony if a...
New Scientist is reporting that Microsoft's Cairo, Egypt lab has a created a way to combine cell phone videos of the same scene, from multiple sources, into a single video; and they can do it...