http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/21/us-francetel-dailymotion-idUSBRE94K11T20130521 France Telecom plans to invest between 30 and 50 million euros ($64 million) in its video-sharing website Dailymotion and begin a fresh search for a partner in the autumn, its chief executive said on Tuesday.
Surangas been busy.
http://gigaom.com/2013/05/01/with-dailymotion-out-of-reach-whats-yahoos-next-move-in-online-video/ As a result of todays news, and I believe a bit of insight into what Suranga has been up to since his change of role, the above article made me chuckle a bit. I read it a few days ago, and it got me thinking. Could we see Blinkx integrated into Flickr? It seems from the RNS that we now have a plug and play system ala Blinkx.com, that can be used by anyone who wants it. And, as the article states, having missed out on the Dailymotion deal, Yahoo is still well behind on video. Apparently their video streamer (their tech) for the recent Tumbr deal went down half way through- not a good look.
"Technical Steering Group composed of Intel and Samsung". Neither of those is a bit part actor.
RE: on blinkx website
Click todownload the player and you get a 404 error. get a grip, Blinkx. https://github.com/blinkxweb/html5-video-player
.Gone past the £1.00 mark - now thinking of £2.00 to come.
Completely off-topic: have you tried glucosamine sulphate (sulfate to you Yanks). I had a bad left knee and right hip and tried megadoses (4 grams/day) of GS. Worked for me. Unexpectedly seemed to cure a lot of other aches and pains as well, such as a bad back (I'm 53 and 6' 7'', so curing a bad back is great news). And..... its cheap!
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