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  • How-Tos: Beginner’s guide to iMovie for iPad

    Don’t let all that great iPhone and iPad video go to waste: spend a few minutes editing it in iMovie and you can get stunning results. We explain how to use the app plus tips and tricks to give your movie that professional look.

  • News: US appeals court permits YouTube to display anti-Muslim video with changes

    Google has been allowed by a court to keep a controversial film trailer that mocks the Prophet Muhammad on YouTube, but the video has to be scrubbed to remove the performance of actress Cindy Lee Garcia, who claims infringement of her copyright.

  • News: Mohu wants you to let its device be your guide for over-the-air programming

    Severing your ties to cable can be liberating, particularly around the time of the month when that bill from your cable provider used to arrive. But cable cutters have to give up some luxuries in the name of freedom, like those onscreen programming guides that let you see at a glance what's airing on what channel. Without an onscreen guide, you're reduced to consulting printed TV listings or aimlessly channel surfing, just like they did in pioneer times.

  • News: Live World Series games coming to MLB.TV

    With spring training games now underway in Arizona and Florida, Major League Baseball is stepping up its campaign to sign up subscribers to its live-game streaming service for the 2014 season. On Thursday, MLB dangled the biggest carrot of all to would-be MLB.TV subscribers--live access to World Series games.

  • News: YouTube ordered to remove controversial 'Innocence of Muslims' video

    An appeals court in the U.S. has ruled that YouTube should take down the controversial "Innocence of Muslims" video that sparked off violence in many countries in 2012, reversing a district court's denial of an injunction against the video sharing site and and its owner Google.

  • News: Archos turns to Bluetooth Low Energy to monitor activities in the home

    French tablet maker Archos is using a tweaked version of Bluetooth Low Energy to monitor and control smart devices around the home.

  • News: Music for your ears -- APO to live stream concert

    Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's (APO) Organ Symphony concert will be streamed online as a live broadcast, and made available to watch online on APO's website as well as Radio New Zealand's afterwards.

  • News: WWE launches $10 per month streaming video network

    If you've ever dreamed of watching nothing but professional wrestling around the clock, WWE finally has a streaming video service for you. On Monday, the sports entertainment company flipped on the switch to the WWE Network that it first announced last month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • News: Feline star of Three's Sing It Kitty animated by MPC

    MPC is the VFX company behind Three's adorable new Sing It Kitty campaign, which stars Bronte, a cute singing cat.

  • News: And the nominees aren't: 10 underrated streaming films overlooked by Oscar

    Oscar week is almost here, and for some, it's time to pour through the nominees and see as many as they can. But for others, it's time to totally ignore the hype and start looking at some of the more underrated, overlooked or flat-out ignored movies of recent years. Then there's an even lower category: guilty pleasures. These are movies that are not good by any standard definition, but that contain certain elements that make them enjoyable in spite of themselves. Here's our roundup of several recent, and some slightly older, examples of these uncelebrated movies.

  • News: Samsung's Galaxy Camera 2 to ship next month for $449.99

    Samsung said Thursday that the long-awaited update to its Galaxy Camera will become available for US$449.99 in mid-March, and that the $999 NX30 Smart camera is available immediately.

  • News: Customers suffer slow streams while Netflix and ISPs battle over video delivery, says WSJ

    Netflix says streaming performance for its service on the networks of major U.S. Internet Service Providers like Verizon FIOS and Comcast is getting worse. Now, a new report suggests those worsening speeds are the result of an ongoing feud between Netflix and Internet service providers.

  • News: Product snapshot: Fujifilm X-T1 camera

    Fujifilm today launched the X-T1, a mirrorless, interchangeable lens camera that it hopes will appeal to professional photographers in addition to enthusiasts.

  • News: Showtime Anytime comes to Roku for some U.S. subscribers

    Homeland fans, rejoice. Now you can binge on Showtime's original series on demand--as long as your cable provider is supported. (Sorry, customers of Comcast and Dish Network--you're locked out for now.) Roku rolled out a new Showtime Anywhere channel on Tuesday, giving Showtime subscribers unlimited access to both live and on-demand content on current-generation Roku set-top boxes.

  • News: Sony unveils 24.3MP mirrorless flagship

    Sony has taken the wraps of its upcoming mirrorless flagship, the ?6000. The company claims it has the "world's fastest autofocus" in its class, in addition to improved imaging and an upgraded processor. It also features NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity for easy file sharing.

  • News: Microsoft pushes ahead with Skype-Lync integration

    Microsoft will demonstrate on Tuesday how Lync and Skype users will be able to communicate via video conferencing, the next stage of the integration between its enterprise unified communications server and its consumer IM and IP telephony network.

  • Test Centre: The 7 best SLR cameras to buy in 2014

    Looking to buy an SLR camera? Here we hand pick the top 7, ranging from entry-level £250 models to semi-pro DSLRs for those with a bigger budget.

  • News: Shoot in 4K with Panasonic's Lumix GH4

    The GH4 is being billed as the world's first digital single-lens mirrorless (DSLM) camera to record high-resolution 4K video. It's aimed at addressing the lack of mass-market tools that can produce content for 4K TVs.

  • News: Vidyo, Google to let Hangout users hang out with other video callers

    As Google unveiled its first videoconferencing hardware on Thursday, it also introduced software with partner Vidyo that can bring together employees in video meeting rooms and users of Google+ Hangouts.

  • News: Google ad guru Susan Wojcicki to take over YouTube

    Google has named a top executive from its advertising business to become the new chief executive of its YouTube service.



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