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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.
Canon's latest prototype DSLR camera features a 120-megapixel sensor with more than double the resolution of the EOS 5DS and 5DS R.
Canon developed an experimental CMOS sensor with 250 megapixels that could be used in some enterprise applications such as surveillance.
Amazon will acquire Elemental Technologies in a bid to enrich the video capabilities of its AWS cloud service, the company announced Thursday.
Ricoh's Theta, a candy bar-sized camera that can capture all-around images, is getting an upgrade.
Facebook is improving its technology to better identify videos uploaded to its site without the permission of copyright holders.
Windows Media Center was the best over-the-air DVR solution for PC before Microsoft removed it in Windows 10. Now, users must make the best of other options.
Users will need to bring their own hard drives, and the existing Xbox TV tuner can’t watch and record shows at the same time.
Because this is TV we’re talking about, new subscribers get a way better deal than loyal customers.
You can control who has access to your video (but you can't control who's sitting next to them while they watch it).
Adobe takes a look outside the box with its video editor to outfit it with a more complete set of tools.
It took a couple months longer than the iPhone version, but Periscope is rewarding Android users' patience with better notification controls.