Tag Archive: Clips

Can I save gameplay clips on Stadia?

Best answer: You can save gameplay clips on Stadia. Google has created a system that interacts across the company’s ecosystem and that includes the cloud and YouTube, where you can either save clips privately or share them with your friends or followers.

Stream to your TV: Chromecast Ultra ($ 69 at Amazon)

Stadia is made for sharing

At GDC 2019, Google unveiled Stadia, which is less of a unique gaming platform like PlayStation or Xbox and  [Read More…]

Get ready to decorate with these $20 Command Outdoor Light Clips

It’s lit.

Amazon is offering a 16-pack of Command Outdoor Light Clips for just $ 20 when you clip the 20% off coupon. You’ll save $ 6 on your purchase using said clippable coupon. That coupon actually applies to quite a few discounted Command products, but you can only use it once, so be sure to choose what works best for you.

These clips are specifically designed to be used outdoors. You only need one clip for  [Read More…]

Please say a VR180 version of Google Clips is next

Don’t just show me pictures, let me stand in the room where it happened.

It takes a little bit of getting used to, but Google Clips is a fantastic way to capture memories without needing to walk around with your camera in-hand all day. After my review, I continued bringing it with me wherever I went, and have continued to enjoy using it whenever the perfect moment struck. But at the end of the day what I  [Read More…]

The Google Clips camera is down to $212 today

The Google Clips AI-powered camera is down to $ 212.49 through Best Buy’s eBay store with code PSPRINGTIME. It sells for $ 250 without the code and that’s what it’s going for everywhere else as well. This camera does not go on sale. Pretty sure outside of big site-wide sales like this we’ve never seen a deal on it.

This code comes as part of eBay’s 15% off site-wide sale today. It’s good for one order only, and  [Read More…]

Google Clips Review: A thing that exists

This weird square might be the coolest thing Google has done in a long time.

“Okay, but what is it?” my friend asked for the third time during my description of the small teal square I was now actively fidgeting with. This was the third time during this party I’d run into this same problem. Someone will catch me setting Google Clips up somewhere in the room, shoot me a quizzical look, and when I didn’t offer  [Read More…]

Google Clips likely launching soon as it passes through FCC

Google hasn’t forgotten about Clips just yet.

Alongside big announcements like the Pixel 2 and Pixelbook at Google’s October hardware event, we also got our very first look at Google Clips – a new camera from Google that uses AI to automatically capture moments for you. We haven’t heard any follow-up news regarding Clips after its initial announcement, but it looks like it may be launching any time now.

Variety recently spotted that Google filed for a  [Read More…]

This is the Google Clips, a camera that uses AI to take photos

Google has introduced its Clips camera, a standalone device for recording interesting moments.

Aside from launching its new speaker, laptop, earbuds and of course smartphones, Google had one more thing to show the audience at the end of the day: the Google Clips.

One problem with recording something on your smartphone is that it’s difficult to do that while also staying in the moment. Google Clips aims to combat this: this camera can be placed down or  [Read More…]

Share your favorite TV and movie clips with Clippit (App Review)

We always are trying to share the best pictures, gifs, or video clips with our friends and family. When in a group chat amongst friends, there are times where you try to post the best comment. However, there are also times where you are thinking about a clip from a tv show or movie, but have no way to share that. Well, it turns out that there is actually a way to do so. Enter Clippit.

Clippit is an app  [Read More…]

Beam Shows, Videos, and Clips to Connected TVs with Twonky App

PacketVideo announced today that they’ve released Twonky Beam Browser, a free application which lets users browse web videos on their tablet and send them directly to internet-connected TVs or media players.  Whereas most users might use Twonky for internet clips, it’s flexible enough to allow for sharing/beaming of audio and photos as well.  This opens the door up to podcasts, internet radio, photo slideshows, and other fun media on  [Read More…]