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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Sony video-sharing site goes high def with set-top box

We recently speculated that YouTube might one day soon be delivering high-definition online video instead of the grainy clips that proliferate now, but Sony Japan’s eyeVio video-sharing site has beaten the Google company to the punch by starting an HD TV service yesterday.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Terabit-class fat pipe delivers online movies in an instant

When it comes to internet speeds, we’ve long-since consigned the humble kilobit-class connection to the dustbin, so a mathematics-based breakthrough has us wondering if megabit- and even gigabit-level connections will one day sound as quaintly archaic.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

KDDI to deliver domestic 4x high-definition video on demand

KDDI, the company that recently started an online service delivering DVD-quality movies to domestic customers has upped the ante to send quad-HD films down the same pipe.

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Panasonic’s 1080p TVs suck up video on demand right out of the box

Although today’s Panasonic Japan launch of seven new 1080p high-definition televisions introduced the world to plenty of quality new hardware, one of the more intriguing announcements was buried well below the headline.



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