Tag Archive: Video

Does the Lenovo Smart Clock support video?

Best answer: Unfortunately, the Lenovo Smart Clock does not support video playback. You will have to look towards the Google Nest Hub or Nest Hub Max if you want to watch YouTube or cast videos.

New kid on the block: Lenovo Smart Clock ($ 80 at Lenovo) Google’s own choice: Google Nest Hub ($ 130 at Google) Bigger screen: Google Nest Hub Max ($ 230 at Google) Where’s the video support?

The Lenovo Smart Clock is the  [Read More…]

Movo Smartphone Video Kit review

We live in an era where anyone can be a star. Just about everywhere you turn there’s a new upstart YouTube or Twitter personality garnering lots of attention. Today’s smartphones make it easier than ever to create fun, interesting, and compelling content. And, thanks to high-speed 4G LTE, we can even broadcast direct to YouTube and other platforms.

If you’ve ever considered dabbling in video content, you want to make sure you have the right tools. Sure, you can go  [Read More…]

Android Q features you’ll love: Higher-quality audio and video

Android Q includes two significant features that will make your media look and sound better than ever, as well as the tools for developers to make sure it happens.

Everyone has a different set of rules when it comes to how they use their phone, but one thing most everyone has in common is enjoying audio and video on the go. The bright vibrant display on your phone is perfect for watching a movie or a show  [Read More…]

Google Duo’s group video calling is now live for everyone

You’ll now be able to talk to eight people at once with Duo’s group calling feature.

What you need to know Google’s rolling out group video calls to everyone on Android and iOS. Group calls will also be end-to-end encrypted. Duo is also picking up a data saver mode for India, Brazil, and Indonesia.

Google Duo customers in a few markets picked up group video calling earlier this month, and the feature is now going live for  [Read More…]

What’s new on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in June 2019

Between Black Mirror and The Handmaid’s Tale, the start of summer is going to be a dark one.

School is winding down. The pool is heating up. Beaches are beckoning. But so, too are the major streaming services, with a world of premieres headed our way in June. Here’s what all you have to look forward to next month on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu:

On Netflix in June: The long-awaited return of the critically acclaimed  [Read More…]

Near-instant PlayStation 5 load times showcased in new video

Sony’s not fooling around with its assertions on how fast the PlayStation 5 will be.

What you need to know Video surfaces showcasing projected PS5 load times. The PlayStation 5 is set to have a custom SSD. Load times are nearly instantaneous.

PlayStation previously bragged that its next-generation console (commonly referred to as the PS5, though it has not been officially named) could almost eliminate load times entirely thanks to a custom solid-state drive (SSD). That was  [Read More…]

Adobe’s mobile video editor Premiere Rush makes its debut on Android

Plans for Premiere Rush start at $ 9.99 for the standalone version.

What you need to know Adobe Premiere Rush is now available for Android devices. The video editor allows you to seamlessly transition between your mobile devices and computer for editing. There is a free trial but prices start at $ 9.99 per month.

Video creators, get ready to rejoice. Adobe Premiere Rush is finally available on Android! The video editor combines elements of Premiere Pro,  [Read More…]

Lenovo played a fan-made video of the foldable Razr phone at a press event

The renders of the Razr were based on schematics patented by Lenovo.

What you need to know Lenovo reportedly used a fan-made video without permission to show off the foldable Motorola Razr. The video was made by Waqar Khan and based off schematics patented by Lenovo. Originally, the Motorola Razr foldable was expected to launch as early as February.

At a press event in China last week, Lenovo decided to show off its foldable Moto Razr phone  [Read More…]

(Video) First look: Uno, the magnetic cross-device USB type C cable

We’ve had a ton of cool products come into the shop across the years, but for some reason, I remain obsessed with high-quality USB cables. I suppose it’s because I use at least one every day, but there’s nothing quite like a good cable that can stand up to the test of time.

This leads to a bit of a problem because there are three major standards out there today, micro USB, USB type-C, and Lightning. With over a dozen  [Read More…]

PSA: Pixel 3a and 3a XL photo and video backups are limited to high quality

Google’s mid-range Pixels lose out on original quality photo and video backups to Google Photos.

A standout feature of all Pixels thus far has been the ability to upload upload original quality photos and videos to Google Photos for free. You could upload as many photos and videos as you’d want from a Pixel device to Photos, and it would never count against your quota. From the Pixel 2, Google started limiting unlimited uploads to just over  [Read More…]