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  • Google pulling H.264 video out of Chrome

    Google pulling H.264 video out of Chrome

    With its alternative WebM video encoding technology now entering the marketplace, Google has announced plans to remove support for a widely used rival codec called H.264 favoured by Apple and Microsoft. 1

  • Cricket council backwards: Aussie techie

    Cricket council backwards: Aussie techie

    A leading supplier of pitch monitoring technology to the International Cricket Council (ICC) has accused it of being backwards-thinking when it comes to technology after cost disputes marred the deployment of the system. 2

  • 2011 camcorder preview

    2011 camcorder preview

    With CES 2011 just around the corner, it seems like a good time to gaze into our crystal ball and hypothesise about camcorders in 2011. 3

  • Street art puts lens on surveillance

    Street art puts lens on surveillance

    Today three University of Technology students took to Sydney streets and built art installations at the base of CCTV cameras to increase public awareness about government surveillance of citizens. 3

  • SD revamp to triple flash card speeds in 2012

    SD revamp to triple flash card speeds in 2012

    The SD Card Association is working on a revision to its widely used flash memory card technology that should nearly triple the data-transfer speeds of mainstream SDHC and larger-capacity SDXC cards. 2

  • Behind Sydney's Biennale: artful tech

    Behind Sydney's Biennale: artful tech

    While the spirit of "classic" art — championed by the Mona Lisa, Michelangelo's David and the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh — is being kept alive and well today, more and more artists are turning to digital mediums, backed by IT, to communicate ideas to their audiences.

  • iMovie for iPhone 4 and the future of film-making

    iMovie for iPhone 4 and the future of film-making

    The Apple iPhone 4's ability to record at such a high resolution will, as the Apple tagline for the iPhone 4 suggests, change everything. 5

  • Will this gadget kill 3D?

    Will this gadget kill 3D?

    Want to know what the death knell for 3D content looks like? Check out these pictures. 6

  • YouTube gets useful 'unlisted' video option

    YouTube gets useful 'unlisted' video option

    The site has a new video privacy level that keeps your clips from being seen by other users or YouTube's search engine; it also makes it easier to share with non-members.

  • Nexus One doubles in-car camcorder

    Nexus One doubles in-car camcorder

    In the US, Google sells a US$55 windscreen mount for its Nexus One phone. On the weekend we found an unintended use for it: as an in-car camcorder mount. 2

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