Tuesday, January 10, 2006

The New Age of Digital Video

This Article is originally from Newsfactor

The New Age of Digital Video
"All signs are that (video) today is in the same stage as audio was three years ago," just before digital audio and MP3 players took off, said Phil Leigh, an analyst at Inside Digital Media in Florida. "Everybody has been waiting around for this to happen for years, and with each passing moment it's coming closer."

Now that e-mails have replaced letters and 3x5 glossies have become digital images, the next frontier for tech companies is video.

And it's right around the corner, judging from the new products and services unveiled at the just-ended Consumer Electronics Show.

Encouraged by the instant success of Apple Computer's video iPod release in October, it seems anyone who's anyone in technology has an eye on the potential of video.


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