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  • News: Google buys YouTube, reveals video plans

    Popular video-sharing startup will continue to operate independently following a $1.6bn deal, but it may dump its 'silly' name, according to one analyst.

  • News: Google & YouTube confirm music deals

    Video-sharing sites make online music breakthrough after signing high-profile deals with the record industry

  • News: Older generations dominate MySpace

    More than half of MySpace users are over 35 years old, dispelling the myth that the social networking site is used mostly by teenagers, according to Comscore.

  • News: Google could buy YouTube this week

    Speculation that Google is about to acquire video-sharing phenomenon YouTube gathered pace over the weekend.

  • News: HP bosses ousted by 'disinformation'

    Former HP chairmen Patricia Dunn and Carly Fiorina each cited board member Thomas Perkins as an instigator behind their ousting from the technology company.

  • News: Hitachi TVs reprocess HD video on the fly

    Hitachi will soon ship two large plasma televisions equipped with internal hard drives and a chip that can reprocess high-definition video at a lower bit rate in real time.

  • News: Fujitsu shows 7.8in paper-thin display

    Fujitsu has made progress in its development of flexible, paper-thin displays that consume very little power.

  • News: More of everything on offer at Photokina

    Trends emerging at the Photokina imaging exhibition in Germany show no end to the flurry of innovation underway in digital photography.

  • News: Yahoo buys video website Jumpcut

    Yahoo agreed to buy video-editing and publishing Jumpcut website yesterday, as internet companies continue to seek ways to compete with YouTube.

  • News: Sony e-book reader coming in October

    Sony will begin selling an electronic-book reader in stores and on the web in the US by the end of October, and has opened a dedicated online bookstore for the reader, it said today.

  • News: Three images on one LCD screen

    Sharp has developed an LCD screen that can display three full-screen images simultaneously, depending on where the viewer sits.

  • News: Fewer products launched at Photokina

    Fierce competition in the imaging market has prompted many manufacturers to announce their new products days, weeks and even months ahead of one of the industry's key venues, Photokina, which opened yesterday.

  • News: Digital imaging speeds up NHS treatment

    Film-based X-rays are quickly disappearing in the UK, as its healthcare facilities switch to a digital system that can send images of broken bones and fractured ribs over a network instantly to different clinics.

  • News: Sony shuffles control of electronics group

    Sony is reshuffling responsibilities in its key electronics group, allowing the head of the division to play a bigger role in Sony's research and development actvities.

  • News: PSP gets camera and GPS add-ons

    Considering that the hype levels over the PlayStation 3 and Wii next-generation consoles – from Sony and Nintendo respectively – have already been cranked up to maximum, it's something of a relief to see that there's still room for the less pervasive handheld games consoles.

  • News: Camera breakthroughs coming next week

    The transition from analogue to digital technology is set to breathe fresh life into the Photokina imaging event in Cologne, after resuscitating the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin a year earlier.

  • News: Silicon Graphics back in business

    High-end graphics pioneer Silicon Graphics is back in business.

  • News: Apple iTV 'has hard drive'

    Apple boss Steve Jobs kept it quiet, but it seems the company's in-development iTV device sports its very own hard drive.

  • News: Microsofts Soapbox takes on YouTube

    Microsoft hopes to bank on the popularity of online video-sharing services such as YouTube and Google Video with its own competitive service, which goes into beta today.

  • News: Google, Apple discuss video partnership

    Apple and Google are in discussion over video content for the Cupertino company's video products, including the not-yet-available iTV device.



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