It’s official: Flash has lost its groove. There’s no stopping HTML5 now.
Like a more convenient Vine.
Views have skyrocketed in a year.
Why video is the medium that will change the world.
Rising to the top of the living room.
It thinks users will follow the stars.
It’s on like Donkey Kong!
Take a time lapse with your phone.
Authenticity can’t compete with glitz.
If you think AT&T’s $65 billion deal to buy the satellite broadcaster is over the top, you’re right.
Twitter’s service for short videos is no longer constrained to phones.
Disney is betting big on the next generation of superstars being homegrown YouTube sensations.
Soon you’ll start seeing video previews in your feed that you can watch with just a click.
The cofounders of the popular TiVo DVR box changed how we watch TV. Now they want to do it again for streaming.
Executives have always described the Internet-video box as a side project—until now.
Things aren’t looking so bright in “new Hollywood.”
The video service’s TV-network owners have decided not to sell, and are investing $750 million in the company instead.
A Texas standoff foreshadows how short videos will change media and culture.
Are you ready to take advantage of the increased transparency offered by ubiquitous video recording?