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Researchers have designed a cheap and small holography system that will work with PCs and gaming consoles.
HTML5 is changing the look of Web video, but can it edge out Flash?
Software for multicore computers could add resolution to video in real time.
A new type of video surveillance protects the privacy of individuals.
Researchers have designed a new way to get the most out of peer-to-peer file-sharing networks, decreasing the time it takes to download movies and music.
By dropping support for a common video format in Chrome, Google means to drive the Web toward one it owns.
Websites may soon be asking you to watch a short ad rather than enter garbled text.
Adobe adds Flash, video, and Web services to its venerable Acrobat software.
Taking advantage of human error tolerance could make cell phones more energy efficient.