Tue 30th May, 2006
Forbidden's Report and Accounts is being posted out to shareholders.
It includes an application form for £1,000 of free credits in
Forbidden's award winning Internet video system.
Fri 26th May, 2006
Forbidden Technologies will be showing off its
web-based video post-production system at
This Exhibition is being held between 20-22 June 2006 at Earls Court 2, London.
More details about Forbidden's involvement to follow as they become available.
Mon 22nd May, 2006
FORscene and Clesh have been upgraded today. This version has some improvements to trimming and dissolves.
Customers automatically have the latest version when they open their
Fri 19th May, 2006
In a half page article headed
"Army beams video clips of Everest trip to mobiles",
the UK's top recruitment magazine, continues:
"The British Army is sending out video clips of an expedition to the peak of Mount Everest,
as part of a trend to use technology to attract recruits ... The Army is using
Forbidden Technology's FORscene viewing tool to provide mobile updates of the expedition".
Thu 18th May, 2006
Forbidden Technologies is holding its 2006 AGM at 11.00 on 27th June.
The meeting will take place at Forbidden's Wimbledon office.
Tue 16th May, 2006
Forbidden has upgraded its Linux
upload software, which is used mostly by video professionals.
The more advanced compression and networking techniques in
this release can double the upload speed into FORscene.
Fri 12th May, 2006
Selected FORscene and Clesh accounts have a video podcast option.
To see an example video podcast on your PC, Mac or video iPod,
subscribe through iTunes to
Thu 11th May, 2006
Forbidden gives share options to staff. The exercise price is the market price at
the time of grant, and the options vest after a further three years of employment. Directors' options are announced,
but the bulk of options are in fact awarded to other employees.
Since its flotation, Forbidden has issued over 1,000,000
new shares as a result of share option exercises.
Wed 10th May, 2006
Regional Film and Video
reports on the strengthening of Forbidden's international partnerships:
"Video editing specialist Forbidden Technologies has announced a strategic partnership
with Formidable Technologies, extending its distribution network to Canada.
The deal is the latest in a series of European and global partnerships,
reinforcing Forbiddens position as a leader in cutting-edge postproduction techniques".
Tue 9th May, 2006
article about the British Army's use of Forbidden's video technology
includes a nice photograph of Mount Everest.
Those of you with mobile phones can choose between the forty video clips
already available for playback on the Army's branded FORscene mobile player.
Mon 8th May, 2006
have been upgraded; the new version is an incremental improvement.
As a Web Application, the upgrade appears automatically when each
user logs on through his web browser.
Fri 5th May, 2006
"Army's Everest attempt goes high-tech",
is the headline in
"FORscene is being employed to publish the latest videos of the
expedition onto the mobile phones of interested parties and potential
recruits". You can download the player onto your phone by browsing to
and clicking on the appropriate download link on your phone.
Thu 4th May, 2006
heads up their story:
"Forbidden Technologies takes Army Everest expedition mobile",
"In addition to the climb, the teams will also be raising money for charity
and assisting medical teams in researching cures into cystic fibrosis
and the effects of altitude on the human body".
Wed 3th May, 2006
Institution of Engineering and Technology
"Army on Everest video distributed to mobiles"
in the IET newsletter. The article elucidates:
"The Army is promoting the expedition in a multimedia recruitment drive. Forbidden Technologies'
FORscene post production tool is being used to publish the latest videos of the expedition".
Tue 2nd May, 2006
"Video footage being shot on the slopes of Everest is being published on mobile phones ...
using Forbidden Technologies FORscene system ...
Viewers who include interested parties and potential recruits can download a branded player from the exhibition web site to the mobile handsets,
and receive a text alert when a new video is ready for download".