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Seems like 3D technology is expanding and breaks the barriers as the U.S. Government announced they changed the $100 bill. 3D elements are implemented to make the note very difficult to counterfeit. There is a 3D security ribbon containing a double image of the value (100) and bells appearing when you tilt the bill. Here […]

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First iPad commercial launched during the Oscars has been frequently discussed in the online media community for a few days now. They are not gaining all the attention as rival HP has launched an iPad alternative. The new tablet is called the Slate and seems to offer a full touchscreen and zooming capacities. Big and […]

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Last night, Apple presented the first iPad commercial during the Oscars. Steve Jobs was also there at the 82nd edition of the Academy Awards. The ad shows the variety of functions available on the iPad: pictures, ebooks, email, web browsing, videos, calendar are all there in a slide show style presentation. The multi-touch option is […]

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Lower Merion School District located in Pennsylvania was recently accused for remote controlling webcams installed on laptops distributed to all students and spy them. The school offered laptops including on-board webcams which could be easily accessed by administrators using a pre installed software. The strange story is that nothing about this possibility was specified in […]

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NASA has raised the bar again, bringing video streaming to another level by offering a reality show where daily activities of the astronauts working on the International Space Station are presented. They expect a lot of viewers during the live stream as images from 220 miles above earth’s surface will be available. The live stream […]

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In extraordinary situations technology that may be received as a past time may actually save your life. A recent case occurred February 7th 2010. Basically, a woman was watching the beautiful coast of St. Peter-Ording (a very popular holiday destination in Germany) using the live webcam integrated with the website. While browsing the site she […]

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One of the most commonly debated subjects online was the lack of Flash support for the iPhone. It started 3 years ago and a lot of contradictory opinions have been voiced but now seems like iPhone users agree that Flash is not really an essential feature for their mobile device. Once iPad was released (without […]

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Monetizing online video content has never been easier as multiple options have appeared in the marketplace. The most important thing you need to know is that monetizing means gaining revenue from your traffic. You have to give your brand some exposure, it doesn’t matter that your website has a unique look or sells unique products […]

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Mobile video content got a big boost since pre-roll ads have been launched. A very high number of end users are not willing to pay for content being streamed which is why streaming advertising will turn online video content into a revenue source. Recent stats reveal that 9 people in 10 are willing to receive […]

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Once Google launched the newest Android based smartphone (Nexus One) Adobe has announced that Flash will be supported. They have already published video content with a short demo of the Flash Player 10.1 successfully running on Nexus One. This is possible because this smartphone has the Snapdragon integrated processor and the Android 2.1 software. Users […]

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