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Today on the net: Sony has patented technology that allows two-player 3-D gaming on a single screen, NBA games are coming to the iPad this fall, the WSJ ramps up video views and more.

IP czar to target overseas pirate sites; Victoria Espinel was sparse on details about her plans for enforcement efforts during a hearing before the House of Representatives’ Committee on Foreign Affairs. (Cnet News)

RIM beefs up video, photos, music and App World discoverability in BlackBerry 6; new Blackberry OS features direct YouTube integration for easier uploads. (Pocketgamer)

Kaltura Launches Community Edition 2.0; new version of free, community-supported open source video platform includes enterprise-level tools for monitoring and administration. (press release)

Live NBA Games Coming To iPad This Fall; the NBA tried lots of app platforms, and now is ready for consolidation. (paidcontent)

Qlipso is Now Integrated With Veoh; users of the video site can share clips within Qlipso. (VideoNuze)

Sony patents two-player 3D technology; the patented technology will allow two-player 3D gaming on a single screen. (Thinq)

Is the Wall Street Journal the Future of News Video? The WSJ’s site has reached 10 million streams, despite having an anchor that resembles a Muppet character. (The Big Money)

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  1. CaptainObvious Wednesday, July 21, 2010

    Sorry, but that Muppet is better looking than Simon Constable.

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