Tag Archive: Video


Chrome Beta 35 for Android makes casting video easier

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Google has pushed out version 35 of the Chrome Beta app for Android, more specifically bringing the app to version 35.0.1916.34 which should be in Google Play as of writing.

Amongst the usual bug and performance fixes, the most notable feature of the Chrome Beta 35 update is support for making it easier  [Read More...]

ShowYou video discovey app adds Chromecast support

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Remixnation have today added Chromecast support to their iOS and Android app ShowYou, allowing you to push interest-curated online videos to the big screen.

ShowYou helps find the most interesting online videos based on your interests and what your friends share on social media.

The picked videos then get arranged into a lineup programmed around your interests, and now these can be streamed directly to  [Read More...]

If you’re a Vine user and have been wondering when they’d be expanding their services, today is a good to check for updates. In an updated dubbed their biggest update since launch, Vine has now introduced VM’s or Vine Messages if you prefer.

    

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Before the Project Ara team heads into their Google hosted Ara Developers Conference on April 15-16, 2014, they’ve decided to go ahead and offer a bit of a behind the scenes look at their development processes in a new video.

    

Sense 6 brings changes to HTC’s animated photos and highlight reels, and new artistic effects from the M8′s second camera

Zoes — HTC’s little animated video/photo shots — and video highlights — a 30-second compilation reel from a particular event — were two of the main photographic features of last year’s HTC One (M7). For its 2014 flagship, HTC has revisited both features as part of the Sense 6 UI. You can still shoot burst shots  [Read More...]

In video: The HTC One M8 Dot View case

You’ve already read about the HTC One M8 Dot View case — the innovative folio that shows information and protects your phone will maintaining an interesting level of functionality, all while still looking cool. Now watch the video.

As you’ll see, though, there’s still the matter of the front cover not sitting flush against the back of the phone, due to one being flat and the other decidedly curved. And that’s a pretty major bone of contention for us.

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No iPhone or iPad behind doesn’t mean you can’t still AirPlay content to your Apple TV

It isn’t inconceivable that you own both an Android phone or tablet and an Apple TV. Sure, we’re fans of Chromecast in these parts, but the Apple TV still has a lot to offer, especially if you’re heavily involved in the iTunes content ecosystem.

One party piece that the Apple TV offers to iPhone and iPad owners is AirPlay. Wirelessly  [Read More...]

New user interface, double-tap to wake and more

The HTC leaks continue, with this video showing what appears to be Sense 6 running on a current HTC One. While it’s alleged it’s the same software we’ll see on the new HTC One (M8), it does at least explain – so far – the presence of Beats in the video. There are a few interesting things to note from the video.

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Opera 20 brings appless video chat to Android

For those of us who are overwhelmed by the vast array of video chat apps out there the new version of Opera may offer an appless video chat solution for you.

Opera 20 brings to Android a WebRTC-compatible browser that allows users of the browser to enter into a video chat across mobile phones and computers simply by entering the address of a video conference into the URL bar of the Opera 20 browser. If you are the creator of  [Read More...]

HTC M8 leakage continues with new photos and video

China Mobile and T-Mobile versions of the new HTC One leaked

HTC might be pixelating the new HTC One in its teaser videos, but online leakers are showing no such discretion. This morning we’re seeing two significant leaks of HTC’s next big thing — first up, a shaky one-minute hands-on video showing the T-Mobile 32GB version of the phone, dipping into the settings menu to show Android 4.4.2 KitKat, HTC Sense 6.0 and the phone’s unique  [Read More...]