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.
One of Android KitKat's new features is a way for developers to easily make video recordings with the SDK, but what about every day users? After previously demonstrating display streaming software, CyanogenMod developer Koushik Dutta has released a new beta app in the Play Store (join the Google+ Co
Ben Gilbert is joined by Engadget editor and formerBest Buy celebChris Velazco, along with our social media guruJohn Colucciwho's managed to drag himself away fromGrumpy Cat and 3D-printed Oreoslong enough to share his thoughts on SXSW.
Want to stream any web video from your smartphone to yourChromecast? Grab thebeta releaseof Chrome 34 for Android. The browser includesexperimental supportfor sending embedded clips to Google's media stick, saving you from launching a native app just to watch something on a TV. As you'd expect, there are some compatibility hiccups at this early stage.
So, you always wanted to be a spy? Me too, but I may be more a Jethro Bodine “Double Naught Spy” than James Bond “007″ type. That does not mean that I don’t want to use cool 007-type gear. One of the first things that I think about when spying is surveillance, and what better way to do surveillance than with a spy cam.
Comcast has cozied up to Twitter and the result is a new streaming-video feature called "See It," which will be embedded in select tweets. Comcast customers using the Xfinity service will be able to access streaming TV content straight from the social network, starting first with NBC content and presumably expanding in the future.
It seems that Google is quietly augmenting Chromecast‘s list of supported media sources. Reports are coming in that some YouTube vidoes that are embedded in third-party websites have randomly sprouted a button that would let users stream the video to Google Chromecast.
Wearable tech seems to be the next big technology trend, with anyone and everyone coming up with their own twist on smartwatches , smartglasses, and even trench coats . One company by the name of Pivothead is now trying to push its Pivothead SMART glasses into the consciousness of developers and early adopters through an Indiegogo capaign.
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Vine certainly istaking its timefleshing out itsfeatureset. Most surprisingly, you couldn't actually browse the short video sharing service from the comfort of your desktop browser until now. Sure, you could follow a link that would lead you to a specific Vine, but couldn't skim a feed of clips from people you follow or look through a user's history.
ThoughGoPro camerasexcel at capturing your insane escapades, the resulting shaky footage is not what we'd call production-ready. Now an inventor named Stuart Smith is looking to smooth things out with his self-named Stubilizer, a kind ofmini-Steadicamdesigned for the GoPro's mount.
Google'sChromecasthas teased seemingly limitless potential since its release last year, but until theCast SDK came out yesterdaymost developers couldn't take advantage of it. That includes Koushik Dutta, creator of the AllCast app that we've already seen featuringscreen mirroringorstreaming music, video and pictures from Android devicesto the dongle, but that's all changed.
In the resolution wars that continue to rage today between Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One , there’s been some controversy about the top-end abilities of both machines. Games like Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes run at 720p native on Xbox One while the PlayStation 4 version of the game is able to natively run the game at 1080.
Liquid Image is showing a wearable camera here at CES, the Liquid Image Ego LS, which has been unveiled as the first "wearable and mountable 4G LTE enabled camera." The connectivity is through Verizon Wireless, but otherwise the camera has a wide angle 8 megapixel lens and can record video at up to 1080p at 30 frames per second.
Breaking with recent tradition, Apple apparently will not be streaming live video of its 2013 “brighten everyone’s day” iPhone Event from its Cupertino headquarters. Regardless, we’ll be posting live updates here to discuss what’s taking place at the event as it happens.