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The live streaming video app starts reducing its Twitter dependency after losing access to the network's social graph.
The live-streaming video service beat Twitter's Periscope, making it first to Google's mobile platform.
Raw video from Microsoft Build, showing gameplay streamed from an Xbox One console to a Windows 10 laptop.
This Chrome hidden feature lets you silence tabs with auto-play videos even faster than before.
Forget about transferring videos to your computer - these three apps do excellent editing right on your phone or tablet.
It’s a pay program competing with free solutions, but PowerDVD 15 Ultra easily offers the best video quality, and arguably the best sound of any software video player on the market. It's better than most hardware-only solutions as well.
It's not here yet, but in the coming months you'll be able to pick-up a digital TV tuner for the Xbox One for about $60.
Facebook's Riff app lets users create short videos, which their friends can add to.
Raptr's new Plays.TV social network was built for gamers who want to share video clips of their most glorious gaming moments with like-minded souls.
All those short, looping video clips are about to get a lot sharper.
Brands can post just to their Pages but not to News Feed, and target their videos to users based on gender, age, and location—but only if they use Facebook's newly updated Video API.
If Meerkat can continue to evolve quickly, it might survive Twitter's own live-streaming launch. (Despite its terrible videos.)
Twitter and Periscope confirm that the livestreaming video app is now part of the Twitter flock. Periscope is reportedly similar to Meerkat, a competing video streaming startup that's making waves.
YouTube claims this update to its app will also upload videos more quickly than before.
This latest version delivers lots improvements you can’t see, and a few you can.
The GrandPad is as much a service as it a product. And while its appeal is narrow, it serves its niche exceptionally well.