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The X1 records wide-angle Full HD (1920x1080p) at 30 fps with H.264, producing video that is detailed and smooth, even at night. A built-in GPS module records GPS data into your video, allowing you to view location, speed, and route information as well.
A free, unlimited VPN feature within Opera's latest developer browser makes watching the Olympics through the eyes of foreign broadcasters a snap.
This simple splitter has one HDMI input and two outputs, for splitting full HD 1080P and 3D signals to two displays without signal degradation.
The Logitech Webcam C930e features the widest-ever field-of-view in a business webcam—90-degrees—perfect for face-to-face video collaboration and whiteboard presentations from any office. And it’s the first with HD 1080p H.264/SVC UVC 1.5 encoding, the newest technology that frees up PC bandwidth with on-camera video processing.
Takes the drudgery out of sharing QuickTime videos on Twitter.
In what could be another first for our connected world, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan placed what appeared to be a Facetime call into a national news broadcast early on Saturday while the world tried to figure out if a military coup against him had succeeded.
All it takes to edit a video is a shake of your iPhone.
Watch video while you're working on your Mac.
A reader finds herself stymied in moving a movie from Mac to iPhone.
Google's video service is jumping into a space that's exploded in popularity thanks to Periscope and Facebook Live.
Delivers true film color to iPhone videos and photos, but the variety of options and available looks are too limited.
Creative Cloud updates give photo editors powerful new tools without disrupting familiar workflows, and the video apps and Adobe Stock are improved too.
Turn your iPhone, Android, or other smartphone into a virtual reality viewer. This highly rated VR headset is currently discounted 78% and available now for just $19.99.
The new app will debut on Apple TV, then migrate to Android, iOS, OS X, and finally Windows.
A reader wants to have a single machine available with a monitor and keyboard in multiple, adjacent rooms.