Web video start-up revamps its platform and adds an array of content partners to establish itself as a distribution center for content creators.
You can now watch Blip.tv videos on your iPhone. Over the weekend the service upgraded to include QuickTime streams that are playable on the portable device.
The video site is investing in its growth. But with uncertain economic times and a less-than-ideal business model, its profitability is still in question.
Shows from the MTV-style "TV network for the Web" to appear on Blip.tv, which means Digg co-founder just might make it to traditional TV sets.
The video-discovery app that scours the Internet improves its search and adds private messaging. The next step is getting official with content providers.
Support from Apple and a changing YouTube could give apps like Squrl and ShowYou the opportunity they've been waiting for.
On today's show we talk to the guys from Chaotic Moon Studios in Austin, Texas about their Kinect-controlled skateboards and shopping carts and get excited about how they're moving into mind controlled devices. We also discuss the problem with Google's new privacy policies, The iPad 3 rumor roundup and how to make the most of Google+. And finally we take a look at Windows 8 vs. OS X Mountain Lion.
Amazon VP Bill Carr announced yesterday that the retailer has agreed to start offering movies on UltraViolet, but for some reason didn't reveal the studio.
Both Apple and Roku sell black boxes that offer Netflix and other streaming services. Which one's the best value for your $99?