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  • The Virage, which is available as a two-seater or two-plus-two coupĂ©, or a two-plus-two convertible, wears a new aluminium grille similar to that of the One-77 supercar, with five horizontal vanes, while the wings, front bumper and side sills have been kept deliberately simple to ensure that the new car is more understated than the DBS.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Next door, Black Legend, both a restaurant and club, has live Motown-style music; further down the quay, hidden away in the curve of the port is Le Virage, an ultramodern, all-white lounge bar with imaginative Mediterranean-style cuisine.

    To Catch a View in Monaco

  • TV commercials and print ads created by Young & Laramore for Brizo's high-end, touch-sensitive Talo, Venuto and Virage faucets feature vivid colors that morph into butterflies, flowers, mermaids and fish.

    C'mon, Get Happy: Advertisers Want Consumers To Lighten Up

  • Virage Logic, which provides semiconductor intellectual property for integrated circuits, jumped 1.19, or 14%, to 9.43, after raising its fiscal second-quarter earnings guidance.

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  • But there are also specialty search engines that do search multimedia format -- Singingfish, StreamSage, Hewlett-Packard, Virage, Nexidia.

    Internet News: Multimedia Archives

  • A handful of smaller search-firm companies, such as Blinkx, Streamsage and Virage, have developed voice-recognition software that combs through video files, interprets the speech and comes up with key words and summaries that are searchable.

    THE NEW VIDEO LIBRARIES

  • Virage Inc., a San Mateo, Calif., a maker of Internet video technologies, has recently supplied several unnamed United States intelligence agencies with a system that will provide real-time voice recognition and English translation of foreign-language news broadcasts.

    Boing Boing: April 6, 2003 - April 12, 2003 Archives

  • + Demonstrations from Virage using material from PBS

    Google Acquires Photo Management Firm « ResourceShelf

  • + Virage demos from PBS, keyword search segments from several PBS programs

    Keyword Search Campaign 2004 Video « ResourceShelf

  • HEIDI COLLINS, CNN ANCHOR: Joining us from San Francisco to explain the techniques used in determining whether such tapes are authentic, Bradley Horowitz, founder of Virage, a biometric and voice recognition company.

    CNN Transcript Apr 5, 2003

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