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Watch immersive VR and 360-degree clips using a cheap Cardboard viewer.
Netflix admitted Thursday to throttling video streams worldwide for its mobile users, but said it hasn't been an issue for customers.
This adaptor is 45% off and will connect Mini DisplayPort / Thunderbolt enabled devices to HDMI, DVI or displays.
Although it isn't giving specifics on its future, Meerkat hinted at a video-centric social network that's focuses on smaller groups.
In a speech at a Samsung event on the sidelines of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday, Mark Zuckerberg outlined his vision for virtual reality. Here are his remarks in full.
Amazon's free Lumberyard triple-A game engine features deep integrations with the Amazon Web Services and Twitch.
T-Mobile USA will exempt a list of video streaming services from monthly data caps with Binge On, a feature that could let some subscribers watch more clips and shows without buying a more expensive plan.
Nvidia's new GPUs will add more context to live streams and web video
Fly Labs will join the Google Photos team, opening up some intriguing video editing possibilities for future versions of Google's photography apps.
The Chinese e-commerce giant hopes to sell goods to viewers on video service Youku Tudou as it adds the company to its portfolio.
Lytro's new video camera uses light field tech to capture and blend realistic, immersive live action video and computer graphics.
Dell buys EMC in one of the biggest tech aquisitions ever, Apple's A7 chip infringes on a patent and astronauts shoot 4K video in space.
Canon is experimenting with new CCTV tools that allow cameras to follow you everywhere you go -- or make them blind to your presence
Both are available now and cost $35.
Facebook's News Feed is now more immersive than ever thanks to 360-degree videos, which are available for desktop browsers now.
Microsoft has made its Live Encoding service generally available as part of a slew of updates to the Azure Media Services suite announced Thursday.
Microsoft has continued its trend of embracing open source software, announcing Tuesday that its new Edge browser will support the VP9 video codec for playing WebM video.