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Sorenson embraces Web video with Squeeze 9

A new version of the video compression software is designed to ease use of Web video, producing HTML code for both H.264 and VP8.

By April 8, 2013


Bum-shaking theater seats rock Caribbean moviegoers

These seats vibrate in sync with explosions on the big screen. Feel the explosions in your, er, butt, and gunshots up your spine.

By November 7, 2012


Sorenson to shrink video links with Vid.vu

There's a new URL shortener in town, but it's not for everyone. Sorenson Media's Vid.vu aims to make Web video links a little easier to swallow.

By October 19, 2010


Bang & Olufsen makes beautiful music at Geneva auto show

At the 2012 International Auto Show in Geneva, Bang & Olufsen representative Bjarne Sorenson gave CNET a tour of audio systems in the new Aston Martin DBS, Mercedes-Benz SL AMG, and Audi A3.

By March 9, 2012


Teen hipsters discover joys of analog photography

Urban teens are leaving CCD and CMOS sensors behind in favor of a technology their grandparents would have found familiar: analog film photography.

By May 16, 2011


Patent cloud looms over Google Web video plan

Digital video patent holders have not made a direct legal threat to the royalty-free terms under which Google shares VP8--but there are some grounds for concern.

By June 1, 2010


WebM and Google's Web-video plan (FAQ)

The future of WebM, a free new Google technology for streaming video, is uncertain, but already it's changed the industry. Here's a look how.

By May 24, 2010


Medical device inventor James Sorenson dies

James LeVoy Sorenson, the 86-year-old founder of Sorenson Squeeze digital video compression and encoding technology, dies of cancer.

By January 22, 2008


Webware Radar: Alltop launches personal pages

Also: Sorenson Media is expanding its operation, KlickSports launches a head-to-head bracket challenge, and Apture raises $4.1 million in funding.

By March 17, 2009


Congressional report: FCC chair abused power

A report released by the House Committee on Energy and Commerce accuses Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin of ignoring his responsibilities.

By December 9, 2008