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Netflix founder and first CEO has chimed in on this whole Qwikster mess.
This video content management and distribution system allows organizations to take advantage of high-definition live or saved video to educate, collaborate, and connect with others.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings issued an apology to his company's customers, but then confused the issue by splitting the company and creating a DVD-by-mail spinoff called Qwikster.
Google's Facebook competitor comes out of field trials; offers new features, including group video chat for Android phone users, better search, and better text messaging.
Microsoft says it will rely on HTML5, not Flash, for the Metro-style interface of Internet Explorer 10. Will your online video-watching be affected?
Blockbuster's new streaming movie service, launching in October may soak up Netflix quitters upset over recent price hikes by Netflix.
GroupMe technology allows group texts, conference calls, and sharing of photos and location.
Mass lawsuits against file sharers hit a record high.
Apple still needs to negotiate deals with a clutch of movie studios before you'll be able to stream or redownload your iTunes movie purchases to any PC.
Sony promises a ship date for its PlayStation Vita, an airline offers in-flight movies and TV shows over Wi-Fi, Google Chrome intros two noteworthy upgrades and more.
The $2 Skyfire VideoQ app converts Flash videos to HTML5, making them playable on iPhones and iPads.
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