Could MicroSD Cards Replace CD’s For Next Generation Music Lovers?

Could MicroSD Cards Replace CD’s For Next Generation Music Lovers? 

Could microSD cards – tiny devices the size of a fingernail – replace bulky CDs and intangible downloads for next-generation music lovers? Selling albums in microSD format is the latest concept from SanDisk, the California-based manufacturer of flash memory cards and developer of SD cards, which are now widely licensed.

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Female Robot Unicyclist

Female Robot Unicyclist 

 Murato Seiko-chan self-balancing robot unicyclist

Robots have been an integral part of the Japanese society, and there have been many robotic toys that are far more advanced than many devices meant for adults. The Murata Seiko-chan is a self-balancing robot unicyclist that was created in order to meet the demands of many people who were already bowled over by the company’s Murata Boy, a robot bicyclist.

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How to Find Your Next Video Online

How to do you find the video you want to watch online?

How to do you find the video you want to watch online?

A March 2008 Synovate study sponsored by ClipBlast! found that when it comes to finding online video, search takes a backseat to unaided navigation (also known as discovery) and content recommendations.

When US Internet users were asked how they found video on the Internet, 28% of respondents with a preferred method cited discovery. Recommendations from friends followed closely behind with 27% and search engines were chosen by 22%.

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Online Sports Videos to Drive Online Video Growth

Online Sports Videos to Drive Online Video Growth

Screen Digest anticipates that sports content will be the single biggest driver of online video consumption in the US and UK, much in the same way that it was a driver of pay-TV adoption.

The number of online sports videos watched will more than double in both the US and UK over the next five years. By 2012, 10.8 billion sports videos will be served online in the US and 1.2 billion in the UK.

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