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Gotuit, a provider of video optimization technologies, announced that it has partnered with Pixsy, a B2B provider of private label video and image search, to deliver enhanced video search and syndication capability.

Posted Oct 03, 2008

Liquavista (UK) Ltd. announced a three-year £12m cooperative research program to develop flexible electronic displays that support full color and video.

Posted Oct 03, 2008

We find ourselves perched on the crest of a third web wave, one that could take this social web even further by adding a semantic layer, in which the underlying systems begin to have an inherent semantic understanding of the content and take us to what we need without even being told what we want.

Posted Oct 02, 2008

Cisco and Adobe Systems Inc. announced that Telecom Italia has chosen the Cisco Content Delivery System with Internet Streaming platform, with Adobe Flash streaming technology, to deliver live television channels and on-demand content through its Web portal, Yalp!

Posted Sep 30, 2008

TreeHouse Interactive, provider of on demand partner relationship management (PRM), channel sales force automation (CSFA), and marketing automation solutions, announced the integration of its Reseller View PRM product with Oracle CRM On Demand.

Posted Sep 30, 2008

ProQuest and JISC Collections have agreed to make a collection of 80 journals from ProQuest's Periodicals Archive Online available to the UK's academic HE and FE communities.

Posted Sep 30, 2008

While magazines remain portable, not every magazine is available when needed, such as on a long flight. On September 22, 2008, the Read Green Initiative from Zinio launched to the public, and may give readers more options.

Posted Sep 30, 2008

I knew that price wouldn't last, but I became hooked and since then I've renewed every 2 years, including the digital edition. However, this year's bill gave me a case of sticker shock at nearly 30 times the original teaser price. I've already switched several of my other print publications to digital, and I suspect pricing is going to strongly encourage more digital switching.

Posted Sep 29, 2008

A survey conducted by Science+Business Media, a science, technology, and medical book publisher, in conjunction with five leading academic institutions, highlights prominent research and academic usage of eBooks.

Posted Sep 26, 2008

Computer and information science researchers can access information in their field at a new MIT Press website called CISnet.

Posted Sep 26, 2008

ExtraLabs Software, a software development company, announced the release of RSS Wizard 3.2.

Posted Sep 26, 2008

OverDrive, a digital distributor of downloadable audiobooks, eBooks, and more to libraries, schools, and retailers, announced digital audiobook support for Microsoft's Zune digital media player with the OverDrive Media Console v3.1 release.

Posted Sep 26, 2008

Gomez, Inc., a provider of web application experience management services, announced the availability of Active Streaming XF, a service that measures the speed and quality of streamed video and audio delivered over the web.

Posted Sep 23, 2008

Caringo, Inc., a provider of content storage software providing clustered storage infrastructure for both active and archive content, announced the availability of CAStor Content Router.

Posted Sep 23, 2008

Penn State University Libraries and the English Department will begin a year-long pilot project with student groups using the Sony Reader Digital Book, a portable electronic reading device that can hold books, audio files, and other downloaded materials.

Posted Sep 09, 2008

Plastic Logic previewed a new device called The Plastic Logic reader.

Posted Sep 09, 2008

DailyMe, Inc., an interactive media and technology start-up, announced the launch of its Publisher Solutions suite, which offers publishers a set of tools to compete for online readers and advertising dollars.

Posted Sep 09, 2008

It takes a lot of time, effort, and money to build your company's brand and corporate identity. When you move into foreign markets, you don't want your message to get garbled—literally lost in translation. As with any complex business problem, technology can help, but it only takes you so far.

Posted Sep 08, 2008

Impelsys helped Benchmark Education Co. develop materials that deliver information in a format that would enhance the reading experience, as well as subject matter processing.

Posted Sep 08, 2008

Oxford Journals announced the extension of its contract with HighWire Press, the online hosting division of the Stanford University Libraries.

Posted Sep 05, 2008

Denver-based NewsGator Technologies is aggregating new media feeds in content syndication widgets especially for the Democratic Convention, enabling any individual, media company, webmaster, or social network to freely grab and plug the widget into their own site.

Posted Aug 29, 2008

Another day, another vertical. Earlier this year the press release mill worked overtime announcing that every imaginable media brand and ad entrepreneur was launching some sort of vertical network—either of content, ads, or (usually) both.

Posted Aug 27, 2008

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and multi-channel delivery solutions, announced the release of ContentaView 3.6.

Posted Aug 22, 2008

KickApps, an on-demand social media platform, and Akamai Technologies, Inc. announced an offering that combines the KickApps Platform with Akamai's enterprise class rich media management platform, Stream OS.

Posted Aug 19, 2008

Many of us know that bookstores employ "cooperative advertising," which is little more than a pay-for-placement arrangement. So who can we trust? I get my best recommendations from friends, colleagues, and the library staff-picks shelf. In some ways, I am old-fashioned. However, I have also become quite addicted to user reviews...

Posted Aug 15, 2008

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