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YouTube to launch movie streaming service by next week?

04/26/2011, According to reports online YouTube, the world’s most popular video streaming service, will take its first foray into the premium video sharing industry. According to a report from Business Insider, YouTube will be launching its movie on demand...

Google Video’s march towards the oblivion stopped

04/25/2011, Who would have thought that the idea of Google’s Google Video service getting the smackdown by being shut down would actually raise quite the amount of online activity, and this has just caused the Internet search giant to actually slow that...

Super Mario-themed proposal is surprisingly romantic

04/22/2011, For this week’s installment of uber-geeky news, we have a video clip of a guy proposing to his girlfriend (who happens to be a hardcore fan of the plumber extraordinaire, Super Mario). He decorated the walls of the living room where the proposal was...

EveryScape UScapeit gives you panoramic images on your iPhone

04/20/2011, It seems like everybody is getting into the panoramic game on the iPhone recently. The other day, Microsoft released Photosynth an app that allowed users to easily stitch together photographs to create panoramic images on their iPhones. Now, EveryScape...

YouTube videos now served in WebM

04/20/2011, On the official YouTube blog, Google has announced that the popular video streaming service will be adopting the WebM format for all their videos in the future. Comparing different video formats to power adapters and power outlets, YouTube aim to create a...

Philips GoGear Connect MP4 Player runs on Android

04/19/2011, Following in the footsteps of Samsung’s Galaxy Player PMP (Portable Media Player), Philips has just announced an Android PMP of their own. Called the GoGear Connect MP4 Player, it’s basically a mini Android tablet without 3G. Or you could call...

iOS 5 leaked on video is probably iOS 4

04/19/2011, A few hours ago, a video clip that was claimed to have footage of iOS 5 surfaced online. The video showed a white iPhone (that’s supposed to be the iPhone 5 as well) running a version of iOS that looks very much like iOS 4 – except when it comes...

Google Video issues shut down notice

04/17/2011, It is time to evict yout collection of videos that are stored over at Google’s very own Google Video service, since over the weekend, the Internet search giant has sent a notice over to users that it intends to shut down the hosting service. This...

Motorola Droid X2 benchmarked on video

04/15/2011, Motorola has yet to make any official announcement about the successor to the Droid X, the Droid X2, but already, we’re seeing this phone appearing all over the place. Techno Buffalo recently got their hands on the Droid X2, took photographs of the...

HiSense WHDI: wireless HDMI

04/15/2011, In today’s world of modern technology, we’re beginning to see cables being used less and less. The latest one to make the transition to being wireless is HD content. HiSense have come up with a range of new WHDI (Wireless Home Digital...

Contenta Video Browser helps you organize your videos

04/15/2011, If you’ve got tons of videos on your computer and you’re looking for footage to compile into a video montage, you know how troublesome it can get to look for that one clip that you really want but forgot what you named it. Well the folks over...

YouTube takes copyright violators to school

04/14/2011, In an attempt to protect the rights of stars, labels, and basically anybody who doesn’t want their content being posted up online illegally, YouTube has decided to school anyone who breaks their rules about Copyrights. If they receive a notification...

Motorola Droid X2 boot sequence caught on video

04/14/2011, The folks over at Android Central have gotten their hands on what seems to be video footage of the Motorola Droid X2 starting up and loading its boot screen. The phone looks just like the original Droid X, but this time the phone boots up with a Motorola...

Netflix now supports Kinect

04/14/2011, Folks who use the Xbox 360 to access Netflix are in for a treat. Netflix has just announced the support for the Microsoft Kinect motion controller in their Netflix app on the gaming console. All users have to do is launch Netflix in the Video Marketplace...