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Mobile YouTube Site Shows Cloud's Potential

iJustine's videos on the mobile version of YouTube running on an iPhone 4 Without a doubt one of the best results of the feud between Microsoft and Google is the migration towards web-based apps by the search giant. Two things...

BP Hurts SpongeBob

The power of social media rears its head once again in the direction of BP. This time in the form of a YouTube video detailing how some of the creatures in Bikini Bottom, the home of SpongeBob SquarePants are fairing...

The Internet is Down, Happy 4th of July

Just moments ago I mentioned that it looks like the iTunes App Store was hacked. Now reports are surfacing that YouTube and Wikipedia have been hacked as well. Just a note that I haven't been able to duplicate any of...

Should Internet Censorship be Allowed?

 Book burning is one of the most horrific acts humans are capable of and when done by an oppressive regime with the goal being to keep information from reaching the hands of its citizens, all humans lose out. In the...

Viacom Lawsuit Against YouTube and Google gets Juicy

In one of the most unusual stories I have seen in a while, media and Internet titans Viacom and Google are sparring publicly. Earlier this week court documents revealed a YouTube cofounder consistently uploaded copyrighted material to the site to...

Cablevision Shows CTI stands for Computer-TV Integration

How big an industry will computer-television integration industry become and will it dwarf the multibillion dollar computer-telephony integration market which was responsive for originating the CTI acronym? How will carriers and cable companies navigate the new world of computer-television integration...

Why Adobe Investors Should Be Scared

While it is way too early to say Adobe's Flash platform is doomed - it seems Apple is really pushing the issue of making it irrelevant. After years of not having Flash on the iPhone, developers (TMC included) have been...

HTML 5 Plus H.264 not as Open as you Think

If you stream any video on your site, this news could drastically increase your future costs. Here is an excellent article from Christopher Blizzard on HTML 5 video and H.264 which delves into the potential problems we could see on...

An Amazing Week for Wireless at CTIA

Where is my Mobile Data? An overwhelming amount of wireless, communications and tech news is the best way to describe the last few weeks. Perhaps one of the most important nuggets is a catastrophic loss of T-Mobile USA Sidekick customer...

Blackberry Storm 2 With Piezo Technology and WiFi

According to the video below the new Blackberry Storm 2 will perform head and shoulders above the original Storm and the iPhone. With a multitouch screen and Piezo electronics allowing a smoother and faster text inputting system we can expect...

iPhone Flash Support: The Real Apple Tax

A fascinating soap opera of video format wars precedes us and one has to wonder why exactly Adobe's Flash format is not supported on the iPhone.Microsoft came out with an ad and PR campaign recently which focused on the excessive...

iPhone OS 3.0 Review: Batteries Not Included

I have to admit I was impatient and when I learned I could follow some easy steps to upgrade to the shipping version of the iPhone 3.0 software before the June 17 general availability date -- I just had to...

Too Much User Generation, Not Enough Monetization

YouTube will lose just under a half a billion dollars in 2009 and the problem is the massive volumes of user-generated content which are difficult if not impossible to monetize. Going forward, YouTube may need to change business models where...

Cisco's Plans for Flip video

For a good look into what Cisco is trying to do with the new Flip line of video recording devices it announced it will acquire today, check out this great article written by TMC's Michael Dinan who recently interviewed Charles...

Blackberry Storm Gets Dedicated YouTuble Client

Why did Google need to hire those tens of thousands of people over these past years? Well apparently so they can turn on a dime and develop applications like the new YouTube client for the Blackberry Storm.What does this tell...

Let's Ban Friend Collecting

Social networks have great potential but there are some things that bother me about them. Recently I accepted an invite from someone who is in the industry. The next day I received an email from a childhood friend asking...

Viral Videos and Religion

I came across this funny video which is designed to encourage people to visit Israel. I thought it was very funny and watched it a few times. What amazes me about it is just how it shows religious and...

John Chambers on Visual Networking

I missed John Chambers on CNBC this morning. I wanted to hear what he had to say but unfortunately I was being interviewed about ITEXPO at the exact same time Chambers was on TV. Thankfully, Michael Dinan, a TMCnet editor...

HTC Dream: It's About The Services

While reading Michael Dinan's article on the HTC Dream which discusses the advanced services we can expect on this device, I can't help but wonder if Google's strategy is to ensure their cell phones are able to run Google services...

Optical Drivers and Trends

The optical space is alive and well and surprisingly robust. In 2001-2 it was common to talk about the death of the fiber market and often I heard people tell me that there would be no need for more optical...

McCain's Brilliant Use of Video and Web 2.0

Genius. That is what I have to say about this page put up by the John McCain team to show McCain supporters the unbelievable media bias towards Barack Obama. The McCain team spent hours putting together video clips of newscasters...

Recover Blocked Caller-ID

Did you know Caller-ID information is still potentially being sent -- even when Called-ID is blocked? If you have an Asterisk box and use certain SIP trunking providers, you can actually recover Caller-ID information that was not supposed to be...

YouTube/Viacom: The Issue is with the Judge

I have trouble agreeing with Mchael Arrington over at TechCrunch which is unusual for me. In a recent post he argues that Google is entrusted with user data and needs to protect it. While this makes perfect sense, isn't the...

Podcast: Starent Networks Thierry Maupilé

As the wireless industry evolves, the level of complexity has evolved with it allowing companies such as Starent Networks to thrive by delivering technology which enables carriers to deliver rich content multimedia services. We all have cell phones and it...

Roku: The Apple of TV?

Without a doubt, the new Netflix Player by Roku set top box will become a serious contender for the title "iPod of the world of television." I haven't seen this device yet but based on what I have read...
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