Michael Silbergleid

Michael Silbergleid

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Neustar Tapped to Work on Movie Download Anti-Piracy System

The Associated Press is reporting that Neustar, a Sterling, Va.-based company, has been tapped by a consortium of Hollywood studios and technology companies to manage a database that would limit piracy while giving consumers the ability to watch downloaded video content on a variety of gadgets and devices. The Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) announced this month […]  More

Video Scout 3mm Camera: For Surgeons or James Bond?

At just 3 millimeters in diameter, BC Tech’s Video Scout is one of the smallest medical cameras in the world with a diameter of 3mm, according to the company’s VP of business development, Charlie Skinner. This is one small camera. You can read more at http://news.cnet.com/8301-27083_3-10432557-247.html  More

Global Webcast: Cisco and Rochester Institute of Technology Outline Future of Video on Wireless Networks

On January 19, 2010, Cisco will discuss the rapid growth of video and other media-rich applications on wireless networks and how IT managers can meet user demand for these applications with a media-ready wireless local area network, or WLAN. The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), a Cisco customer, will discuss best practices for deploying video […]  More

New Multi-Touch Screen Technology Developed

PhysOrg.com reports that scientists from New York University have formed a company to bring flexible multi-touch screens using a new technology to a range of devices, from e-readers to musical instruments. The new touch screens respond to all kinds of objects, as well as fingers and hands.  There’s more, plus video, at http://www.physorg.com/news182502758.html  More

The 3-D TV Backlash Begins

The floors of the Las Vegas Convention Center are still being cleaned up from CES, and now that the 3-D TV hype is over, the backlash has begun. The Wall Street Journal blog has a piece (and some interesting comments) at http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2010/01/11/the-3-d-tv-backlash-begins/  More

CES 2010: The Challenge of Naming Technology

The IEEE Spectrum reports on CES with a twist… how technologies are named. “Consumer electronics technology evolves more quickly, more quickly, it seems, than the industry’s vocabulary. So this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has been full of vocabulary lessons…” There’s much more at http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/consumer-electronics/audiovideo/ces-2010-the-challenge-of-naming-technology  More

CableLabs Develops 3D Test Support, Opens Laboratory for 3D TV Technology

CableLabs has expanded support for development of 3D television technology. This effort results from the positive responses of the consumer electronics and programming industries. CableLabs is providing testing capabilities for 3D TV implementation scenarios over cable. These capabilities cover a full range of technologies including various frame compatible, spatial multiplexing solutions for transmission. Examples of […]  More

Panasonic, LG To Feature Skype Technology In TVs This Year

Skype Technologies has partnered with LG Electronics and Panasonic , saying the companies will begin producing televisions with its technology embedded in them, allowing users to make video calls over the Internet without a personal computer. The technology will appear in Panasonic’s line of 2010 Viera Cast-enabled televisions as well as 26 new LG televisions […]  More