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The number of videos on the Web that are now compatible with HTML5 has shot up to 63 percent from just 10 percent a year ago, according to video sharing site Mefeedia.
The Firefox developer, seeking a foothold in mobile browsing, is poised to accept patented video technology it had spurned. That underscores the challenges for Google's competing WebM.
The Kindle Fire proved beyond a doubt that not all people need or want a 10-inch screen. What's your preference when it comes to tablet size?
Web video search company Mefeedia rolls out a much-needed redesign of its full site.
The video-format war between HTML5 and Adobe Systems' Flash is old news. More than half of Web video is now compatible with HTML5.
Despite pressure from Apple, the company expects revenue to be up in the 2011 fiscal year and it thinks it will match market revenue estimates for the quarter.
Video search site launches a news video search feature, which tracks the content of news sources ranging from The Wall Street Journal to TMZ.
Mefeedia, a multimedia search engine, launched today, searching 15,000 video websites.