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BitTorrent explores feature film distribution, opens file-syncing project to the public.
Following the deadly bombings at the Boston Marathon on Monday, investigators mounted a massive investigation that includes close scrutiny of digital photos and videos taken about the time of the blasts from citizen smartphones and area surveillance cameras.
MLB.tv has finally made its way to the Windows Store, but it should have spent a bit more time in spring training.
Adobe is allowing National Association of Broadcasters convention attendees a glimpse of the new versions of its professional video software.
HBO's "Game of Thrones" is the most-pirated show on the Net, but the series' creators say all the sharing isn't affecting DVD sales.
Released Tuesday, BitTorrent Live opens in beta as a new way to stream live content.
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.