08/09/2011, While we have high-speed X-ray cameras that can capture images at up to 4.5 million frames per second, there are folks outside of the scientific community that want to make use of high-speed cameras purposes other than studying molecules. Enter Vision Research’s new Phantom v1610 high-speed video camera.
08/08/2011, While the Eee PC X101 has only been officially announced, it hasn’t made its way to our retailers yet, it looks like it’s been making its way around to other parts of the world. Vietnamese tech site Tinhte.vn has gotten its hands on the MeeGo-powered laptop and shot an unboxing video to show us all what we’re missing out on.
08/08/2011, We’ve previously reported about some screenshots of Chrome OS being used in some sort of tablet-friendly mode, and now some video footage of it has surfaced. A web developer named François Beaufort recently finished compiling a software build of Chrome OS that would work on tablets, and posted a video demonstration of it online.
08/08/2011, Remember earlier today we reported that TabCo was going to give the world a sneak peek of its tablet UI in a few hours? Well, the wait is over and TabCo has finally released a sneak peek of the tablet via a short video clip. Again, the video doesn’t tell us much about the tablet – don’t you think you’ve teased us enough already, TabCo?
08/08/2011, The Huawei Vision, an upcoming high-end Android device, was just announced last week and while we were given detailed description of the phone’s specs, we only had a couple of press shots to look. A phone’s appearance is just as important as its specs for some people – I mean, who wants to spend money on a good device if it doesn’t look great at the same time? So for […]
08/04/2011, Got a case of the shaky hands? If so, you’re going to appreciate what the folks over at Linkoping, Sweden have come up with. Some scientists at the Linkoping University recently launched DollyCam for the iPhone and iPad – an app that helps people with unsteady hands record professional-looking videos on their iOS devices. Sometimes even if you have a steady hand, you still get amateurish-looking footage due to the […]
08/04/2011, Remember the mysterious TabCo viral videos that popped up last month? Well it looks like the company has released another one, this time with higher production value than the previous videos, using loads of computer graphics and random extras to tell a story. The video depicts a whole bunch of people who are all dressed the same and using a tablet while walking to their deaths off the side of […]
08/04/2011, Once in a while, we get some really creative ideas that merge the old with the new, and the Person Pinball video that you can view after the jump is definitely one of them. The entire production certainly took a whole lot of hard work, as it used everyday elements on the street such as road barriers, street benches, manholes and cones to simulate the layout of a pinball table, […]
07/29/2011, While Google tries recruiting people to make use of its email service through the Email Intervention website, Microsoft has released a video telling consumers why not to use the service. While it doesn’t directly tell people to stop using Gmail, the comedic video (shot in the style of a 50s sitcom) informs consumers about how Google invades your privacy. It features the Gmail Man: a fake mailman that reads everybody’s […]
07/28/2011, We all know Apple’s relationship with Flash, and it was no surprise when the company officially mentioned that they didn’t want to support Flash in iOS. Well short of jailbreaking, there was really no way to watch Flash videos on your iOS device if there wasn’t a HTML5 version of the Flash video available. Until Skyfire came along. Skyfire, the folks that brought you the Skyfire browser on the iOS; […]
07/25/2011, While we’re still waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S II to launch on this side of the world, Samsung is already gearing up to release new Galaxy variants in other regions. The Samsung Galaxy R (aka the Galaxy Z) has been spotted on video thanks to the folks over at Sammyhub.com. The blog recently posted up a video showing a video demonstration of the phone that shows off the phone’s […]
07/25/2011, Privacy issues are ever rampant on the world’s social network: Facebook. Ever since its launch, people have had problems with the service’s privacy settings and over the weekend, a new problem was discovered by the folks at TechCrunch. This time it has something to do with the privacy settings of Facebook videos. Apparently of recent, the privacy controls of Facebook videos haven’t been working as intended. It has been reported […]
07/22/2011, Fans clamoring for more of this year’s highly-anticipated game, Battlefield 3, will be glad to know that new footage of the game’s multiplayer mode has surfaced online. We have an official multiplayer gameplay trailer from DICE/EA showing off Paris, while a montage of some unofficial multiplayer footage and a whole gallery of in game screenshots have also leaked online. If you haven’t seen them yet, do yourself a favor and […]
07/21/2011, Skype for Android brought video calling to the platform not very long ago, and like a number of apps that have launched on Android – it wasn’t fully compatible with all Android devices (Netflix comes to mind). If you’re an owner of a phone that doesn’t have Skype video calling – fret not. Skype has been busy working hard to make sure that support for Android phones that are capable […]