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QUICK EYE FOR THE MILITARY GUY

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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