Don't-Miss Video software Stories
Patents management company MPEG LA announced agreements with Google, granting the Internet giant a license to techniques that may be essential to the VP8 video codec that the Internet giant backs.
Java, Reader, and Flash are irresistible targets for hacking exploits. So what's it like living without the oh-so-vulnerable trio?
Launched at Mobile World Congress this week, the still-in-beta DivX Stash lets you save movies from various video sites to watch later on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.
The emerging standard HEVC codec promises better, faster HD video without clogging wireless networks, and will ably support 4K TV.
Twitter's new app, Vine, lets you record and share six-second videos.
Video lovers will find a ton of touch-friendly apps available in the Windows Store. We highlight the best—and explain why you might want to skip Windows 8 video apps altogether.
Google released a Chrome browser update with a video decoding enhancement that the company claims will help users save battery life.
In our Three-Minute Tech series, we tell you everything you really need to know about a technology in three minutes or less.
You have a shiny new Google Nexus 7 Android tablet. Now it's time to make it your own with some valuable mobile apps for entertainment, social networking, remote-PC access, instant messaging, sports, gaming and more. Best of all: They're all free.
Windows Essentials Movie maker upgrades video stabilization, sound editing, and titling. Win Essentials Photo Gallery gets a new auto-collage feature.