This video, from Global Democracy, has been getting a lot of attention lately. It is an argument for disclosure about how photos are manipulated.
The inexpensive, easy-to-use Chromecast dongle adds the music service to other possible hook-ups, like Netflix, YouTube and Hulu.
New products will probably stop the slippage, but for the first time, Apple's iPads make up less than 30% of the tablet market. Samsung zooms. Intro of iPad Air Friday and Retina later should change those stats.
Netflix, Hulu and Amazon get most of the headlines, but other online video services see the growth of the sector as an opportunity to grab some viewers too
Zombies invaded YouTube Space L.A. during its first-ever designated Scream Lab, a month-long program offered by YouTube’s Next Lab
to give creators help producing scary videos.
Despite various management reshuffles over the last few years aimed at boosting its digital business, ITV's online video business lags behind Channel 4 and the BBC.
SpringBoard Video, in suburban LA, launched a service that adds 3-D-like effects to online videos. Springboard is the video production division of Evolve Media, which started offering it to some clients last week.
An Israeli startup called Magisto makes it easielcr to edit and share home videos. The service uses artificial intelligence to pick the best bits of video, stitch them together, and set them to music. The company calls it “video storytelling,” and it claims some 13 million customers. It just landed a new $13 million from Qualcomm Ventures and SanDisk Ventures.
Netflix obtained the rights to Showtime's "Dexter." The first four seasons are available starting Thursday. The final four seasons unspool starting Jan. 1.
More internet users are using photos and videos as a social currency: 54% of internet users have posted original photos or videos to websites and 47% share photos or videos they found elsewhere online, says a new Pew study