News tagged with digital technology

Video fingerprinting offers search solution

(PhysOrg.com) -- The explosive growth of video on the internet calls for new ways of sorting and searching audiovisual content. A team of European researchers has developed a groundbreaking solution that is ...

Nov 09, 2009
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Google wants businesses to ride Wave

Google pitched its fledgling Wave communications platform as a way for businesses to turn routine email into collaborative exchanges that ramp up productivity.

Nov 05, 2009
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Hard-drive makers see big run-ups on PC recovery hopes

Investors willing to make early bets on the recovery of the PC sector have scored big with Seagate Technology and Western Digital Corp. -- two makers of hard-disk drives that have seen their market values more than triple ...

Sep 25, 2009
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Microsoft seeking buyer for Razorfish

Microsoft has approached five of the world's biggest advertising companies about buying its digital advertising agency Razorfish, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

Jul 13, 2009
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Kodak taking Kodachrome away

Kodak is taking Kodachrome away. More than 35 years after Paul Simon immortalized the color film in song, the company announced on Monday that it would be ending production of Kodachrome.

Jun 22, 2009
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Britain seeks to become world's 'digital capital'

Britain on Tuesday declared a goal to become the world's "digital capital" by building cutting-edge broadband, telecoms and media infrastructure to cement its role as a "global economic powerhouse".

Jun 16, 2009
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Theater owners behind on 3-D projectors

(AP) -- To hear the folks in Hollywood talk about it, improved 3-D technology and the quality films that are quickly lining up behind it represent nothing short of a moviegoing revolution. Tell that to the ...

Jun 03, 2009
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Washington to get first crack at free mobile TV

(AP) -- Washington will be the first U.S. city to get free digital TV broadcasts for mobile devices like cell phones, laptop computers and in-car entertainment systems, broadcasters were set to announce Monday.

Apr 20, 2009
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