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TiVo Mega Introduced by TiVo

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: September 8, 2014 12:09PM
Author: Brentt Moore


TiVo, a company known for its digital video recorders that support streaming media services, has officially introduced the TiVo Mega. The Mega features the same hardware as the current top-of-the-line TiVo Roamio Pro, but comes packed with 24TB of storage, which is eight times larger than the 3TB that the Roamio Pro comes with. With the TiVo Mega, the company is boasting that users can store 26,000 hours of standard definition programming as well as 4,000 hours of high-definition video, with the included 24TB of hard disk space. The newly introduced unit will also feature the infamous guide recommendation service and search features by TiVo for the life of the product. 

TiVo Mega is slated to ship in the first half of 2015, and is suggested to cost roughly $5,000, according to company officials. A prototype of the unit is expected to be shown this week at CEDIA in Denver, CO.

Source: TechHive


NFL Now Comes to Apple TV

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: August 20, 2014 03:03PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Apple TV owners will now be able to access NFL Now, which provides fans access to the largest digital library of NFL video anywhere, thanks to the National Football League launching it today for the media device. The on-demand football service provides access to game highlights, original content from NFL Media and 32 NFL clubs, live press conferences, and media from the NFL Films vault. Additionally, NFL Now delivers a truly unique experience, as it introduces viewers to a video stream based on favorite NFL teams, players, and NFL.com Fantasy rosters and viewing preferences. While some of these features are indeed free, a paid subscription to NFL Now Plus, which costs $1.99 per month and provides a much more immersive experience, is needed for others.

Source: NFL Communications



Apple TV Receives Two New Channels

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: July 29, 2014 03:08PM
Author: Brentt Moore

CNBC and FOX NOW have just been added to the Apple TV lineup as of this morning, providing owners of the device with even more entertainment and news. CNBC supports live broadcasts as well as previously aired content, though an active television subscription to providers such as AT&T, Comcast, DirecTV, DISH, or Verizon is needed. Video clips are available through the CNBC channel, however, for those without a television subscription. FOX NOW on the other hand provides access to popular shows such as American Idol, Glee, Family Guy, and The Following. FOX NOW even features full episodes of returning FOX series the day after they air, dependent on individual television provider subscriptions.

Source: 9to5Mac



Netflix Continues to Thrive Despite Higher Subscription Fees

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: July 22, 2014 02:41PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Despite Netflix announcing back in May that it was raising its subscription costs for new customers in the United States by $1, the company continues to thrive. Netflix has just announced that its paid subscriber base has grown to just shy of 48 million users, which is up four percent from the first three months of 2014. In a letter to its subscribers, Netflix has made it known that while its subscription costs have risen, albeit modestly, its total subscriber base is now greater than 50 million users. The company's total quarterly revenue was up 25.3 percent during the second quarter as well, further promoting the idea that Netflix is doing quite well within its segment.

Along with its growth in both subscribers and revenue, Netflix has announced that in September it is launching its service in Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

Source: TechHive



Yahoo Releases Yahoo Screen for Xbox 360

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: July 10, 2014 02:17PM
Author: Brentt Moore

While Yahoo Screen has been available for a variety of different products, including Android and iOS devices as well as Apple TV and Roku, Yahoo has not done much in bringing the service to other technology offerings. That has now changed, as Yahoo has just announced that Yahoo Screen is available for the Xbox 360. By using Yahoo Screen on the Xbox 360, users can sift through a vast amount of content including popular videos, channels, live news, and Yahoo originals, all with the use of the gaming console's controller. Yahoo Screen allows users of the Yahoo platform to truly experience the videos they love on their favorite console.

Source: Yahoo Screen



Netflix Raises its Monthly Subscription Costs by $1

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: May 9, 2014 04:28PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Netflix late last month announced its plans to raise its costs for subscribers, but at the time the company did not provide concrete details on just how much the increase would be. Today, Netflix revealed that it would be raising its subscription costs for new customers in the United States by $1 per month, and also increasing costs for new European users by €1 per month. As Netflix hinted within its last announcement, current subscribers will be grandfathered into the current pricing structure, which will be honored for 24 months. Netflix is raising its costs modestly because it wants to keep expanding as a service, offering more content on more devices. New streaming options are set to be debuted soon that will strive to hit old subscription costs, which will restrict quality and the total number of screens streaming video can be broadcasted on simultaneously.

Source: CNET



Hulu to Bring Free Television Episodes to Mobile Users

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 30, 2014 05:54PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Although Hulu recently has restricted users of major VPN services from accessing its content, the company has just revealed that it will be offering advertisement supported full episodes of television shows for free to users of the service. The announcement breaks away from the traditional model that Hulu has been ran on for some time, which requires users of the service to subscribe to Hulu Plus in order to access full episodes of television shows on mobile devices. While Hulu has concrete plans to make this happen in the summer of this year, it currently has not revealed which content will be available for free to users of the service. Depending on the negotiations that take place between Hulu and television networks, mobile users could either see a plethora of available content or very little to choose from.

Hulu also revealed with this announcement that it is planning to roll out a new version of its iPhone application for Hulu Plus sometime in the near future.

Source: TechHive


Hulu Cracks Down on VPNs

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 25, 2014 03:47PM
Author: Brentt Moore

While Hulu is only available to United States residents, some individuals located outside of the country have been able to access the service through the use of VPNs. Hulu is looking to put a stop to this, as it is now blocking all IP addresses that are associated with major VPN services such as Private Internet Access, TorGuard, and VikingVPN. Hulu explains that it is blocking anonymous proxy servers due to contractual limitations. While this may seem like a noble move by Hulu in order to support its business, it is in the process blocking legitimate Americans from accessing the service while traveling outside of the country. Additionally, the recent move by Hulu is blocking other users of the service located within the United States that use VPN services for privacy reasons.

Most of the VPN services that have been affected are reportedly investigating possible workarounds and have contacted Hulu for possible solutions to the VPN crackdown.

Source: TechHive


Amazon and HBO Strike Major Deal

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 23, 2014 12:41PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Amazon has announced that it has struck an important deal with HBO, bringing an assortment of content to customers of the Amazon Prime service. Some shows that will be featured on Amazon Prime include Boardwalk Empire, Deadwood, Six Feet Under, and True Blood, just to name a few. The catch to this deal, however, is that Amazon will be delayed in delivering HBO content to Prime members by three full years. This means that current seasons of shows, such as Girls, The Newsroom, and Veep, will be unavailable to Amazon Prime users for three years from their respective premiere dates. Viewers who wish to watch the latest content will still need to subscribe to cable television and HBO. HBO did reveal that it will still continue its normal broadcasting of content through its HBO GO streaming service, despite the deal that has occurred between it and Amazon.

With the price increase that Amazon Prime recently experienced, along with the price increases that are set to hit Netflix customers soon, it should be interesting to see how consumers value various subscription options going forward as new content is added.

Source: CNNMoney



Netflix to See Price Increases

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 22, 2014 12:48PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Netflix has announced within its latest earnings report that the service will soon see price increases, which are expected to be a dollar or two. The price hike will initially affect new customers who join the service, as current customers will be grandfathered into the pricing structure that exists now for a generous time period. Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings, attributed rising content costs as the main reason why Netflix will soon be more expensive for customers. Quite a bit of original content has been brought to the streaming service, such as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, along with new shows that are scheduled to be available in the future such as Marco Polo, Narcos, and Sense8.

Along with the pricing increase announcement, Netflix also revealed that it will be making its way to cable provided DVRs located in the United States in the near future. The venture into this market will first occur with providers that use TiVo DVRs however, with Netflix attempting to expand into the market even further afterwards.

Source: Engadget


Gmail Makes Sending Smartphone Photos Easier

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 15, 2014 09:20AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Starting today, users of Gmail on the web now have it a little bit easier when it comes to emailing photos that were taken using a smartphone. Gmail now has a dedicated icon for photo attachments, labeled as Insert Photo, which allows users of the email service to select photos that are located within Google Photos albums. Along with individual photos, full albums can be shared too, provided that they are located on Google Photos. After choosing a photo to send to email recipients, users can also resize their snapshots within the email composition window.

Users who would like to make use of the new features just have to make sure that Auto Backup is enabled and that Gmail on the web is utilized.

Source: Official Gmail Blog



Sesame Workshop Launches Sesame GO

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 9, 2014 06:39AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Sesame Workshop, which is behind the popular Sesame Street television show, has launched a new video on demand service dubbed Sesame GO. The new subscription based service is ran off of an open source video platform known as Kaltura, which also powers the HTML5 player found on Wikipedia. Sesame GO provides classic and current episodes on demand through a web interface that is specifically optimized for Mac, PC, smartphones, and tablets. At this time, there is no information surrounding a dedicated application for Sesame GO, so those who want to watch the large catalog of available Sesame Street episodes will have to do so through a web browser.

Sesame GO is currently available in the United States only and will cost parents $3.99 per month, or $29.99 annually. International availability is expected sometime in the future, though no timeframe has been announced.

Source: The Next Web



Netflix Officially Offers 4K Streaming

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 8, 2014 10:46AM
Author: Brentt Moore

It was reported in December of last year that Netflix was actively engaged in incorporating HEVC compression that would enable it to stream 4K content. Netflix has made true on its claims, as it is now offering House of Cards and some nature documentaries in 4K. While the content is available immediately for viewing, users who want to view it will have to do so using a 2014 4K television that features a built-in H.265/HEVC decoder. Consumers who own any other 4K television, such as a model from 2013 that does not feature an H.265/HEVC decoder, will not be able to view the 4K content now being offered by Netflix.

Source: CNET



HBO GO Crashes Due to Game of Thrones Premiere

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: April 7, 2014 11:54AM
Author: Brentt Moore

While some viewers were able to watch the Game of Thrones premiere that debuted last night, others were left angry and disappointed. Those who tuned into the premiere through HBO GO were unable to successfully complete the episode, with the HBO service crashing due to overwhelming demand that the service experienced. An HBO GO representative did confirm the issue that affected potentially millions of viewers of Game of Thrones, and stated that the service was available on several platforms shortly after the outage took place.

It is worth noting that HBO GO also experienced an outage last month when it aired the finale of True Detective.

Source: TechCrunch



Additional Streaming Apps Coming to Xbox One

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: March 26, 2014 03:13AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Users of the Xbox One console will soon have access to even more streaming applications, provided that they hold an active Xbox Live Gold subscription. One of the services that will makes its way to the Xbox One is MLB.TV Premium, which provides access to live and on-demand content with capabilities to pause and rewind content. Current MLB TV subscribers must upgrade to MLB.TV Premium, and at this time MLB.TV Premium will cost users $24.99 per month, or $129.99 annually. Another service that will be available to Xbox One users is Epix, which provides primarily movies through a subscription model.

MLB.TV Premium will be available to Xbox One users in time for opening day, while Epix is set to debut sometime in the near future.

Source: Xbox Wire



Qik to Shut Down

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: March 21, 2014 05:20AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Qik has announced that the mobile video sharing service will be shutting down on April 30, 2014. All Qik mobile phone applications will cease to exist once the shutdown occurs, and updates along with application store offerings will be unavailable. Since the service has been acquired and implemented by Skype, which is owned by Microsoft, users of Qik are expected to migrate over to Skype. Current Qik users will be able to use Skype for their audio and video calling, instant messaging, and video messaging after the Qik service service shuts down. Videos that are stored within Qik can be downloaded from the user dashboard and can then be backed up to any local or cloud storage device.

Those who have already paid for the premium version of Qik will receive a refund for any amounts that have already been paid after April 30, 2014.

Source: Qik Help and Support



Vimeo On Demand Turns One Year Old

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: March 10, 2014 01:43PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Vimeo On Demand, in celebrating its first birthday, has made some refinements to its service. A new program, known as the Audience Development Program, is being implemented which provides websites, subtitles, and marketing for titles that have been accepted to certain film festivals or raised over $10,000 on select crowdfunding platforms. Vimeo On Demand now also features collections, which sorts titles based on their genre and allows users of the service to find movies within specific categories. The service has incorporated a new user interface too, which not only looks more professional and appealing, but is supposed to mimic titles being available at brick and mortar stores.

Source: Vimeo Staff Blog



House of Cards Now Available to Comcast Customers

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: March 10, 2014 12:51PM
Author: Brentt Moore

While the first season of House of Cards has been available for purchase on other services such as Amazon Instant Video and VUDU, it remained largely unavailable through cable providers. Comcast is now changing the trend however, with a new pact between Sony, which handles home video and international distribution of House of Cards. The major cable provider has struck a deal with Sony Picture Home Entertainment, in which the latter allows the former to sell customers the popular television series through its newly launched Xfinity Store. Comcast customers who would like to watch the first season of House of Cards can purchase access to the television show without a Netflix subscription. 

Source: Variety



Web Version of Skype Available Worldwide

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: March 4, 2014 08:24AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Skype has announced that Skype for Outlook.com, which was rolled out to select markets last year, is now available worldwide. The video chatting service allows Outlook.com users to voice and video chat their contacts, along with the usual instant messaging function. Skype for Outlook.com does require a plugin in order to work properly, but with the latest version supporting PC users, along with Mac users that utilize the Safari web browser, compatibility should not be an issue. Outlook.com users that make use of the web version of Skype can even chat with their contacts in high-definition, provided that both parties have compatible messaging clients, high definition displays, webcams, and broadband Internet.

Source: Skype Blog



Google+ Introduces Additional Photo Editing Capabilities

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: February 27, 2014 10:34AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Google has announced that its social networking service, Google+, now has more photo editing features than ever before on Android devices. Taking technology from Snapseed, which is a smartphone application that allows for quick photo editing, Google+ users will be able to edit their photos in a more advanced manner than ever before. Users of the Google social networking service will notice new photo editing features, such as the ability to crop, rotate, and apply filters with one touch. A new cloud feature has also been integrated within the latest Google+ update, which provides the ability to edit a photo on one device and pick up the editing on another support device.

Source: Engadget



Facebook to Allow Editing of Look Back Videos

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: February 6, 2014 02:06PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Recently, as Facebook reached its ten year anniversary, it generated videos for users that recapped their experiences ever since they joined the social networking site. The videos, called Look Back videos, featured items such as statuses that were most liked, as well as pictures. Some Facebook users enjoyed their recap, while others felt that different pictures and statuses should have been included. Users will soon be able to edit the video and change the included elements, thanks to an editing feature that has been confirmed by a representative at Facebook. The editing feature is currently being worked on, though an availability date has not been revealed.

Source: TechCrunch



Google to Enable 4K YouTube Streaming This Year

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: January 2, 2014 05:42PM
Author: Brentt Moore

During CES that is to begin in less than a week, Google will display its new VP9 video codec, which enables high-resolution video such as 4K to be streamed using relatively little bandwidth. YouTube will be a major implementation for the VP9 video codec, and the video streaming service will see the integration of VP9 during this year. Multiple demonstration partners will be present at CES to help show off the new Google video codec and include LG, Panasonic, and Sony. A variety of hardware and software partners are already willing to commit to the VP9 video codec as well and include ARM, Broadcom, Marvell, Mozilla, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, SAMSUNG, and Toshiba.

Although H.265 which is being supported by entities such as Netflix, Francisco Varela, YouTube's platform partnership director, noted that it has not dismissed the technology. Both video codecs will allow for higher quality streaming while making use of much of the same bandwidth. Google noted that its VP9 video codec is royalty-free and will provide much benefit to schools, business startups, and programmers. Google is of course betting on its own video codec, and with the large amount of hardware and software supporters already present, may see VP9 used in other areas besides YouTube within the near future.

Source: CNET



Netflix Offers Cheaper Streaming Plan

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: December 31, 2013 03:12PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Currently, Netflix offers a streaming plan that costs $7.99 per month and allows high-definition content to be viewed on up to two screens at a time. Although most customers of Netflix subscribe to this plan, the company is now offering a $6.99 per month plan to new customers only. This new streaming plan only allows standard-definition content to be streamed and can only be viewed on one television at a time. Netflix has stated that the offer does not apply to existing customers and is only available now as a test. The company additionally stated that even though the plan is under a testing phase it may never be widely available, deepening on testing results of course. Netflix is hoping that by offering other plans that are competitively priced, customers will cease sharing their account passwords with others.

Source: DailyTech



Netflix to Incorporate HEVC Compression

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: December 19, 2013 08:24PM
Author: Brentt Moore

When the next season of the popular Netflix original show House of Cards begins, the company will start testing HEVC H.265 compression. This compression technology, which is about twice as efficient as AVC H.264, allows for higher quality content to be streamed while managing to conserve data. The main drive for the use of HEVC H.265 compression technology is 4K streaming content, which will be exclusively available on upcoming smart televisions. Netflix has partnered with unspecified manufacturers that will be announcing their new 4K smart televisions at CES. Netflix Chief Product Officer Neil Hunt stated that next generation consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One may be able to stream 4K content later down the road, but that it is not feasible at this point in time.

Hunt did mention that as HEVC decoders become a reality and the encoders become more efficient, all SD and HD content provided by Netflix will be able to be recoded for a better and faster viewing experience.  In terms of the data connection required to view upcoming 4K content, Hunt is estimating that the content will be delivered around 15Mbps.

Source: DailyTech


Roku 3 Now Supports YouTube

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: December 17, 2013 04:09PM
Author: Brentt Moore

YouTube has been unavailable on Roku systems for years now, even though the online video service has been available on many competitors' set-top steaming boxes. Today marks a new era in Roku content availability however, as Ed Lee, the vice president of content acquisition at Roku, announced YouTube availability for its new Roku 3 hardware via the company blog. The addition of YouTube on the set-top box brings HD streaming, access to channel subscriptions, and a feature dubbed “Send to TV”, which allows a smartphone and television to be synced together. The YouTube application can currently be downloaded through the Roku store for users residing within Canada, Republic of Ireland, the United States, and United Kingdom. Older Roku models are expected to receive the YouTube application sometime within the next year.

Source: Roku Blog



Scientists Develop Digital Camera Based on Insect Eyes

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: May 6, 2013 03:56AM
Author: EuroFight

Scientists at the University of Illinois have developed a digital camera that functions in a similar way to an insect's eye. The prototype camera has 180 small lenses embedded in a curved mount, which enables it to capture high resolution panoramic photos with a continuous depth-of-field. The camera is made by inflating a flat layer of lenses into a hemispherical eye-shape, similar to eyes found in insects. This technology has a wide variety of possible applications, and could eventually be used in anything from surveillance systems to UAVs.

Each lens focusses light onto a photosensitive silicon layer, which is then built up with images from the other lenses to form a representation of the objects around the camera. The viewing angle of the lens is around 160 degrees, however the prototype camera has a relatively low resolution. John Rogers, a material scientist at the university, says that with the basic designs his team have developed, they can now work on increasing the resolution by adding more and more lenses to the camera.

Source: NPG



Google+ Adds In-Browser Zooming

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: January 10, 2013 10:48AM
Author: EuroFight

Google's own social network, Google+, has added functionality that allows users to zoom into pictures from within their web browser. This follows Google+'s early success with photographers; its addition of the zoom function will increase the popularity further with this group. Currently, however, the maximum upload resolution is capped at 2048 pixels, which limits the effectiveness of this addition. This upload cap can be bypassed through using Picasa or the Android uploader to post images.

Unfortunately, at higher resolution, Google+ fails to retain image quality through numerous compression artifacts, however this is likely to be resolved in time. The addition of the high-resolution image uploader is not uncommon, with sites like Flickr and Facebook embracing high-resolution image before Google+. In-browser zooming is also not uncommon, and has existed in Google's Picasa Web Albums and Microsoft's SeaDragon technology.



Walmart Integrates Vudu

Category: Internet, Digital Photography/Video
Posted: July 26, 2011 05:40PM
Author: Brentt Moore

With the grocery store chain picking up Vudu a while back, it seems odd that the company is just now integrating the service into their website, but it is so. Customers that log onto the Walmart website can now stream videos to their computer, as well as other compatible devices such as Blu-ray players, and streaming media boxes as well. Rental prices are far and in between with price ranging from the lowly one dollar area, all the way up to six dollars. Purchases still remain about the same as they have always been however, with videos starting at just five dollars and going up from that price point. Vudu on the Walmart site compliments the physical media that the grocery store chain has, which is currently now at 20,000 different movies, though obviously the company is seeing the growing need for media distribution in other forms with this addition.



The Tokyo Girl Who Defies Gravity

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: June 26, 2011 11:38AM
Author: edwardquilo


Natsumi Hayashi works as a photographer's assistant and probably spends her day the same as the rest of us gravity-bound earthlings. But once an impromptu burst of inspiration strikes the 20-something Tokyo native, she can't seem to keep her feet on the ground. And so Hayashi takes pictures of herself as she travels around the city. Looking at her photographs, it's easy to see why her amusingly peculiar self-portraits have created a healthy stir of interest from all over the world. What makes all of Hayashi's outdoor pictures so remarkable is that she appears to levitate without warning. To be more specific, she manages this illusion by jumping. Many times. "Sometimes I need to jump more than 300 times to get the perfect shot," she says. 

Granted, levitating pictures aren't anything new, but Hayashi's flights of fancy have a ballet-like beauty to it, and she has a wonderful habit of including strangers into her shots with dramatic effect. Take, for example, a picture of a dead-pan Hayashi floating amidst a chaotic Tokyo train station rush hour: while people make their way along a crowded flight of stairs, she just takes a leap, not minding any of the bewildered looks from the commuters. You can almost imagine what these people must think of this strange jumping woman. There's even a surreal quality to some of her photographs where she's being deliberately ignored by passers-by, like they're used to seeing someone jump in public for no apparent reason. Drop by Hayashi's website and see for yourself why she doesn't need wings to fly. 




Sony Shows Off World's Smallest Interchangeable Lens Camera

Category: Digital Photography/Video
Posted: June 8, 2011 10:22AM
Author: Tyrium

Sony has released information that it has made its already-tiny NEX camera line even smaller. Dubbing its creation the "world's smallest interchangeable lens camera with an APS-C sized sensor" the company has released the NEX-C3. The camera weighs six percent less than its predecessor at a miniscule eight ounces. Not only is the little camera small, but it packs a punch as well. It contains a 16.2 megapixel sensor and is capable of shooting 720p HD video. Along with this power the camera also has better battery life. The release date for the camera is mid-August, at which time it will be sold in silver, pink, and black, and will run $600 to $650 depending on which package is purchased.



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