01/25/2011, 09:01 pm
Apple has begun showing a new commercial that highlights a growing number of iPad-specific apps, now pushing past 60,000 titles.
09/16/2010, 12:09 pm
Apple's forthcoming iOS 4.2 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch includes a number of subtle improvements that have not yet been publicized, including expanded features for YouTube and FaceTime. AppleInsider offers a closer look.
08/18/2010, 01:08 am
Video sharing site Vimeo has launched a new embedable HTML5 video player aimed at Apple's iPhone and iPad.
06/14/2010, 09:06 pm
The mobile version of iMovie demonstrated during Apple's WWDC keynote will be exclusively available for iPhone 4 and will not work on iPad.
02/10/2010, 07:02 pm
Hulu is rumored to be working on an iPad-friendly version of its site which could be ready by the iPad's March launch date.
01/21/2010, 07:01 pm
Google this week added support for HTML5 playback of videos in its own Chrome browser as well as Safari from Apple. The new feature allows users to watch video without the longstanding Internet standard: Adobe Flash.
12/02/2009, 08:12 pm
Time Inc. released a video walkthrough as well as a working model of its digital magazine format designed for touchscreen tablets.
12/01/2009, 10:12 am
Google is reportedly looking to get into the pay-per-episode TV business with YouTube by offering streaming content for purchase via a service that would compete with iTunes downloads.
06/25/2009, 02:06 pm
If there was any doubt that that the video recording and upload capabilities of Apple's new iPhone 3GS would signal a new chapter in mobile video sharing, the first statistics quantifying its impact are in, and they're impressive.
04/27/2009, 11:04 am
Apple will further its endorsement of YouTube and open video standards by building support for the Google-owned video sharing service into one of its flagship applications due to ship later this summer as part of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
01/22/2009, 06:01 pm
Some of tech's biggest and and normally safest players, including Microsoft, IBM, Intel, Sony, and Google, are trimming their workforces in a bid to lower costs and stave off a harsh economy.
05/07/2008, 07:05 pm
NBC has persuaded Microsoft to filter out copyrighted material in its Zune jukebox while Apple refuses the same. Also, PA Semi has allegedly been bought out to design a future chip; VMware has released the first beta of Fusion 2; YouTube is offering iTunes referral links; the iMac has celebrated its tenth anniversary; and AppleInsider is giving away 500 free EverNote invites.