Thanks to Predator drones and other spy planes, the military is sending more and more video over fragile, creaky networks, clogging up the systems. But a Glasgow start-up has figured out a way to compress digital video signals a hundred-fold, freeing up bandwidth and allowing near-instant transmission of moving pictures from the battlefield. And that's got the Pentagon extremely interested, the New York Times reports.
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