Although Sony's eyeVio service has been live since April of last year, a recent announcement from the company is trumpeting said program's leap into the high-def world. The aptly-titled eyeVio HD Pro service will enable users to post and share HD video files from their PCs as well as their HDTVs if using the PlayStation 3 or BRX-NT1 network TV box. It should be noted that Adobe's Flash Player 9 is required to view the clips on PC and file uploads are capped at 500MB apiece, but hey, it's a start. YouTube, you listening?

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Sony launches eyeVio HD Pro video sharing service in Japan