iPad News Roundup: Apple Starts Shipping iPads; BrightCove Enables Publishers To Support HTML5 Videos; iPad App Store Video

Meanwhile, Cupertino has also started offering the iPad Camera Connection Kit to users. The kit, which enables users to transfer digital photos to their iPad via USB or SD Card is now available for purchase from the Apple website for $29. The product has been listed for a ”
” shipment.
With the iPad launch date drawing closer, potential issues with the device are slowly being ironed out. One of the significant developments has been the announcement by BrightCove that their platform will now support HTML5 videos. Brightcove's announcement is significant considering that over 1000 publishers which include the likes of The New York Times and Time Inc. make use of the company's video platform. Indicating that the move was aimed at upcoming platforms like the
, Jeremy Allaire, Brightcove's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer said:
“Our customers want to be able to deliver their video content to every screen without sacrificing the quality, interactivity and monetization capabilities they have come to expect from the Brightcove platform. The Brightcove Experience for HTML5 fills the gap between the current playback capabilities of the emerging standard and what our customers need to operate successful online video businesses.”
The iPad holds a lot of promise to the users and content providers alike and it will be interesting to see how the platform revolutionizes the way users consume content. Meanwhile, here is a sneak peek into the
. Watch the video and let us know what you think.

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