Wednesday, November 21, 2007Sony 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, 2007Terabit-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, 2007KDDI to deliver domestic 4x high-definition video on demand
Thursday, August 09, 2007Panasonic’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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