Lycos said it is using proprietary technology to enable viewers to watch synchronized videos on the Web. The company compared its ability to offer such a service with massive, never-ending online games such as Warcraft and Second Life, which host hundreds of thousands of players.Lycos seeks rebirth as "virtual living room" - Yahoo! News
Lycos users will be able to watch films and create public chatrooms to invite other potential viewers. Viewers in any one particular viewing room can type comments on the window, while watching the movies that are streamed at the same time.
Kalinowski said its service differs from others as it offers feature length films, unlike YouTube, which limits uploaded videos to about 10 minutes.
Monday, November 13, 2006
Lycos seeks rebirth as "virtual living room"
Looks like a Lycos is building social networking site around watching online movies.