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The company says its technology is only in prototype phase and will be offered to television providers.
The Speedgrade technology and employees will help Adobe grapple with new video grends including 3D, color, HDR, and raw video.
The technology, also called H.265 and the successor to H.264, promises to double video quality for better streaming and higher-res TV. But it'll come with a patent burden, too.
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Sprint Nextel subscribers will soon be able to download an application that allows them to bank and pay bills from their cell phones.
Apple is adding a handful of features to its professional video editing software, along with a way for users to try it free for a month.
Highlights of BlackBerry makers' second-quarter earnings report include 12 million devices shipped and higher-than-expected revenue of $4.62 billion.
The Compact Prime CP.2 family gets new 50mm and 100mm members and the ability to mount to Nikon SLRs. Also: Zeiss' first accessories.
In this week's column, CNET's Josh Lowensohn talks about Adobe's recent successes on two of Apple's platforms. He also looks at this week's big news and rumors, and answers your questions.