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In Your Eyes, the latest movie written by Buffy and Firefly creator Joss Whedon, is bypassing theaters and the normal VOD avenues and is now available as a 72 hour rental for $5 via Vimeo.
Vimeo has launched a new version of its video player. Re-engineered from the ground up it offers great performance and speed improvements as well as some fancy features thanks to HTML5.
A report claims that Apple plans to comprehensively integrate Flickr and Vimeo support into the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 7, when it arrives later this year.
Microsoft is launching even more media streaming apps for its Xbox 360 console this week, including the Vimeo and AOL On apps in the US, along with an update to the Verizon FiOS app.
Microsoft announced that a large number of new video streaming apps will be added to the Xbox 360 for Xbox Live Gold subscribers in 2013, and several new apps will make their debut this week.
Vimeo has released the Windows Phone 8 version of its video streaming app, which includes a way to share videos between phones via NFC. Microsoft has also launched a new version of its Insider app.
The popular video streaming service Vimeo has now made its debut on Windows 8, releasing an app that lets folks check out the many videos on their service and upload their own clips to Vimeo.
Microsoft has released new versions of its Movie Maker and Photo Gallery software for both Windows 7 and Windows 8, along with Vimeo as a new publishing partner for videos.
Indian internet providers have taken steps to reduce the amount of piracy ongoing in the country, blocking sites such as The Pirate Bay, as well as Vimeo, for seemingly no discernible reason.
Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace had added a new Vimeo app, allowing users of the popular streaming video web site to view and even upload new videos to the service.