Sure, you may already lead an exciting life, but wouldn't it be great if you could broadcast those daily escapades -- you know, to all of your internet friends? ZionEyez hopes to deliver a method for sharing your point of view -- quite literally -- in realtime, across the web.
I’ve been wearing glasses since I was in third grade. The only thing that I don’t like about my glasses is that they slide down my nose. I have no idea how many times a day I push them back up, but I’m sure it’s a lot, especially when I’m outside in hot weather or on workout days.
You may have already noticed this morning that YouTube has rolled out a revised version of its video player for desktop users. The new video player looks very nice and you can see it in the image here or when you play any of the embedded videos on SlashGear. YouTube didn’t bother to toss up a PR to tell us all of what it changed leaving us to glean the details for ourselves.
Dash cams are one of those gadgets that you setup and forget about until something happens that makes you glad that you have one. Why would you be glad to have a dash cam? They can be useful for insurance purposes if you have an accident.
How hard would it be to make an app that accurately recreates a VHS camcorder in a smartphone? That's the question the folks at Rarevision asked themselves when they set about making the VHS Camcorder app for iPhone. What we've got here is the app itself - an app that describes itself with four words: "Best. Throwback. Videos. Ever.
The competition for cloud-based WiFi home security cameras has really heated up in the past year or so. Finding a camera that has all the features you want for a low price can be tough to find. This is especially true when you factor in the price for accessing video through the cloud. The latest indoor WiFi camera that I’ve been testing is the EZVIZ mini.
As ifbackward compatibilityfor Xbox One wasn't enough, Microsoft's also going to let you stream those older games toWindows 10 PCs. In a private demo of the Xbox One'srevamped interface, the company confirmed to Engadget that users will have access toits streaming functionalitywhen the new features roll out this holiday season.
The technology industry in recent years has been shaped by a clash of the titans — Google, Apple, Amazon and one or two other companies, which are increasingly getting into each other’s businesses as software and hardware blend and mix.The latest evidence of that clash happened Thursday when Amazon declared that it would stop selling the streaming media players made by Apple and Google.
The FCC is planning to make AT&T pay $100 million for "misleading" customers about their unlimited data plans, it announced Wednesday . AT&T slowed down the data speeds for customers who were on the unlimited plan, but never told them they would be receiving slower-than-normal service, the FCC's investigation reportedly found. It's what's known as "throttling" a connection.
— but the videos are actually just insulting.The hashtag #DontJudgeChallenge was trending on Instagram earlier Monday where there are over 85,000 posts using the hashtag.The challenge was also trending on Twitter under the misspelled hashtag #DontJudgeChallange,To participate, teens are filming themselves looking "unattractive" and then revealing what they actually look like in real life.
This week the Alliance for Open Media was launched in hopes of bringing a single open format to video streaming services worldwide. This single format would be adoptable by all, and given the members of the alliance that've announced their allegiance so far, this Alliance is going to be adopted by the biggest of the big.
On Monday, Apple will begin its annual developer conference, where the company is set to release new tools for software developers to create smarter apps that will gain deep access to the watch’s heart-rate and motion sensors, among other components, Brian X. Chen reports.
This is gonna be a busy week for Sony . The gates Of IFA have opened which means a lot of companies will be unveiling their latest products in one of the biggest tech shows every year. Before Sony releases the new Xperia Z5 family tomorrow, some hands-on photos have been leaked earlier today. The images don't look fake nor do they seem like renders--they look real. Dutch website nu.
Just in case you were wondering why Comcast is suddenly ready withTV service for people who prefer to watch over the internet, theearnings report it released todaycan show you why. For the first time (albeit by a narrow margin of 22.55 million to 22.3 million), the cable giant has more high speed internet customers than cable TV subscribers.
While the big news in the music world on Monday was that prolific rapper Dr. Dre would be releasing his first album in 16 years, the follow-up information should come as no surprise: it will be exclusively available through Apple Music and the iTunes store. Titled Compton: A Soundtrack , the album will be released this Friday, August 7th. Dr.
So you want to play the new timed-exclusive Tomb Raider game, but you don't have an Xbox One. We might be able to help with that: today on Engadget Playdate, we're streaming Rise of the Tomb Raider and giving one lucky viewer a chance to win a 1TB Xbox One (with the game, of course). Want in? Simply hit the contest widget after the break. Want to see what we're giving out? Join us on Twitch.