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Twitter has pretty much nailed text-based interaction, so it looks like it's time to diversify into video. According to AllThingsD, the blue birdie has snapped up a three-man outfit called Vine, a video-sharing startup intended specifically for bite-sized clips. You'd be forgiven for not knowing i

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Clinging desperately to the last vestiges of your beloved Flip? Well, as the December 31st, 2013 deadline to rescue your vids approaches, you're running out of time to pick a successor to your FlipShare affections. Sharing service Givit hopes to be the platform that takes the reins to your video-sh

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Almost all experts agree that internet viewing is growing in popularity, be it TV shows or just random clips to escape from reality, but we've all wondered just how viable the world wide web was as a standalone source of programming. An insightful writeup over at The Daily Cardinal got us thinking

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While the competition is stiff (and all but dominated by YouTube) in the online video sharing space, Vimeo is still finding a reason to celebrate. Last week, the site announced that it had surpassed one million video uploads, and potentially more amazing was that a full 10% of those were of the HD

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Viddyou already took online video sharing to 1080p... if you were willing to pay. Now, however, the distant YouTube competitor is bringing higher quality to the masses with the launch of its High Bitrate service. The new feature gives users the ability to \"share near original-quality video from the

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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

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Sure Youtube still hasn't gone high definition, but Motionbox isn't hesitating to join the slew of Flash-based video players adding 1080p support. Free Motionbox users will have to live with merely DVD-quality video, however Premium members who've shelled out for the $29.99/yr subscription can take

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As the world at large waits for YouTube to support 1080p, Viddyou is getting a leg up by becoming the first online video-sharing destination exclusively for personal content to do just that. Of course, the ability to upload, store and share such high-resolution videos won't come without a price (un

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Microsoft just sent out the November Zune News email blast, and it's got a rather intriguing line in there: \"... Zune Social where you can share music, videos and pictures that define you.\" We know Stevie B has spoken about the idea of Zunes sharing video, but we're suddenly concerned with the worl

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It's been a long time in coming -- and even its latest upcoming equipment doesn't seem to support it -- but Cingular (or should we say AT&T?) wants everyone to know that video calling is still very much on its agenda. Demos of the feature, made possible by WCDMA's capability to rock voice and da

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In news from the \"what are they thinking?\" department today, Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired video sharing site Grouper for a cool $65 million. What's that? Never heard of Grouper? You're certainly not the only one, with Nielsen/Netratings reporting just 430,000 visitors in July -- although

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Cingular's announced that it plans to launch a new service \"within the next year\" that'll let users share videos while talking on their cellphone, something that you may remember was being tested earlier this year. Assuming Cingular hasn't gone on a completely different route, the service will make

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