Everyone remotely involved with online video is quick to jump on the iPad bandwagon – we’ve recently covered announcements from the likes of Ooyala, Brightcove and Kyte. You can add two more to that list now, courtesy of Delve Networks and MeFeedia.
Delve Networks, for one, says it will support full video delivery when the tablet device lands in users’ hands on April 3rd. MeFeedia this morning… → Read More
Video infrastructure site Delve Networks launched TroopTube in partnership with the Department of Defense a few days ago as a more secure alternative to YouTube, which the DoD banned in 2007. TroopTube is basically Youtube, but without the embedding feature, and the DoD has moderation and censorship controls.
Now Delve Networks CEO says Google is up to no good, trying to convince the DoD that… → Read More
The Pluggd team is used to switching gears. The startup began in February 2006 as a destination site for podcasts. But after witnessing iTunes “suck the air out” of the market, it began developing speech recognition technology for video that could identify particular topics within news clips and other diverse content. The venture, which was started by two former Amazon Web Services… → Read More