DivX lost a bid for protection from copyright suits just weeks before shutting down video-sharing site.
Divx is killing off its video hosting service.
MySpace cofounder suggest that DivX's board of directors didn't do right by shareholders by not at least considering his $11 million bid.
Last week's announcements from Google and Movielink illustrate just how far online video has to go before it's ready for prime time.
DivX video makes a comeback with Vreel.
The Burlingame, Calif.-based company, which has raised $25 million, says in a press release that it's already in talks with several potential suitors.
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