The software giant has not confirmed its purchase of the video search engine, but several reports say the deal is done.
In video search, competition is wide open. A new company--set to launch at TechCrunch50--wants to seize the opportunity. Problem is nobody knows if it works yet.
Video search engine uses automated process that scans videos faster than real-time, and does not require people to do the heavy lifting.
Video search tool VideoSurf has a new Greasemonkey script that shows you the full content of video search results before you even click on them.
Videosurf makes its search results enhancer available as a Firefox extension. It was formerly only available as a script for the browser-enhancer Greasemonkey.
Hitachi research project unveiled. It's impressive, but is it too late?
AnyClip has signed an agreement to make thousands of movies--including classics like "Casablanca"--searchable, creating an SEO-friendly video player.
Blinkx brings its BBTV player from desktop software to your browser while retaining all of the utility that made it a useful product to begin with.
Wireless show kicks off with new phones and mobile services; Al Gore-backed VideoSurf makes a splash at TechCrunch50; and is that a solar car or a UFO?
With DemoFall over and done with, the TechCrunch50 has the spotlight to itself for its final day of start-up presentations.