Google Acquires Omnisio — To Add Spice To YouTube?

Created: Thursday, July 31, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:22 am



We already looked at Omnisio a few months ago — it’s a lot of fun, and you can mash up your media in creative ways. And now the news is out that Google has acquired Omnisio.

It’s still not clear how Google will use Omnisio technology — but it does seem like a natural synergy as far as using Omnisio and YouTube together is concerned.

Update: David Berlind from InformationWeek says Omnisio is sort of like Twitter or IRC meets Internet Video+PowerPoint with a dash of TiVo tossed in.

Categories: google, movies, youtube

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