The company's founder finds himself back at the helm with plans to keep pushing forward with services like RealPlayer Cloud and Rhapsody.
The watch-it-anywhere video service from RealNetworks that lets you watch your videos easily across all your devices is now a global service.
First round of layoffs -- about 7 percent of the company's workforce -- is part of the online media company's plan to cut $45 million in expenses.
Founder returns as the company loses its second chief executive in as many years.
Intel buys more video clout with "foundational" patents and next-generation encoding software. Video is spreading to every sort of gadget, and it's a market with abundant patent challenges.
Robert Kimball, who took over for Rob Glaser, departs after a year of working on a "transformation" of the media software company.
RealNetworks is launching its new Unifi service this summer, sucking up your media collection then making it accessible across all your devices. So how is it shaping up?
A universal media player that offers all-in-one streaming, burning, and surfing is worth $20. But avoid SuperPass unless you have a high-speed Net connection and don't mind paying for programming that your cable company may already provide.
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Natali Morris takes a look at RealNetworks Unifi, a cloud-based system that shares media with all connected devices.
RealNetworks previews Unifi, a personal media cloud service that lets you keep track of music, photos, and videos stored on multiple devices and online services.