Jobs board and employment marketplace provider SEEK is using cloud services video provider Brightcove's video technology in a move designed to build a stronger brand and create a “more human connection” between job seekers and organisations.
Melbourne-based ASX listed video technology developer Linius Technologies has secured additional US patents to further protect its intellectual property and reinforce its already existing core patent.
Video technology developer Linius is planning to launch four new distinct business units targeted at what the company says are significantly sized markets with revenue in the tens of billions of dollars, including the piracy and media security market.
Village Roadshow’s Kirby family has taken a strategic stake in Melbourne-based developer of disruptive video technology, Linius Technologies.
Advertising funded music download service Guvera has launched with music tracks but the company intends to expand into video and other content in the future, using a proprietary technology developed by its CTO.
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