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Video search engine Blinkx plans to buy online ad company Burst Media, with the deal expected to close next month.
Video search engine Blinkx launches beta of new mobile site, designed to let users search for and play videos via smartphones and mobile gadgets.
Music search is everywhere, from Google's forthcoming offering to MySpace's new video portal. Is there any market share left for Blinkx, a U.K.-based video search company?
Want to find some free TV shows? Check out Blinkx Remote.
The video search site now offers options for entertainment and news for those seeking a more passive approach.
Video search company Blinkx is poised to acquire the online advertising firm again. Only this time, the offer is half its original value.
Blinkx brings its BBTV player from desktop software to your browser while retaining all of the utility that made it a useful product to begin with.
The offer for Miva, a struggling ad firm from the Web 1.0 days, is $1.20 per share--a 54% premium over its recent closing price.
The site will let others build its video search results into their Web sites, but requires revenue sharing for larger partners.
Following rumors that the video search engine is looking for a buyer and Google and News Corp. may want it, Blinkx stock rose 50 percent.