digital video

 
  • SKEE.TV Streams Urban Lifestyle To Your Mobile

    We’ve mentioned mobile video service, a couple times before, but just in case you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s one more reason to: SKEE.TV. DJ SKEE is a West Coast-based DJ with a popular radio show on Sirius Satellite radio. SKEE.TV is a daily mobile urban lifestyle show hosted by SKEE on all aspects of urban culture allowing “users to have VIP access to events… Read More

  • SanDisk V-Mate Successfully Puts Video On Flash Cards

    . The SanDisk V-Mate connects to your TV and lets you record any video played on the screen (including protected content like studio-produced DVDs) to all varieties of SD cards as well as MMC and Memory Stick flash memory. CNET has a full review of the V-Mate, which connects to your TV through a bundled mini-plug to A/V composite cable. You can start recording immediately or, with help from the… Read More

  • Monsoon HAVA Gold HD Turns PC Into Budget PVR, Video Streamer

    Maybe you’ve heard of HAVA, maybe you HAVA-n’t (ha!), but it looks like the company is here to stay as a prime competitor to Sling Media’s Slingbox. The HAVA Gold HD announced today (and available for sale) is a $129 box that not only allows you to turn your Windows PC into a TiVo-like video recorder, but you can stream MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 video to multiple PCs as well. Those using… Read More

  • FOX Sweetens iTunes' "24" Season Pass With Remixes

    In case you were on the fence about whether or not to drop $45 for the Apple iTunes Season Pass for FOX’s “24″ season 6, the two companies are offering up something extra to entice you: theme-song remixes. The deal is a first for Apple’s iTunes store and it has already started doling out one of the three planned remixes, done by Crystal Method. The DJ duo is also… Read More

  • MyWaves Puts Tons Of Video Podcasts On Your Mobile

    and view the content online without even signing up for an account. If you like anything you see, create a profile (your cell number, an e-mail address and your carrier’s name), save channels and view videos to your heart’s content. Want to take it with you? There’s a “Get It To Go” page that sends you a text message to download MyWave’s app to your phone. Read More

  • Comedy Central Shows Appear On IFilm

    If you were disappointed about Comedy Central demanding YouTube pull all clips of “The Daily Show” and “Colbert Report” from its site, rejoice. Viacom-owned iFilm.com (a recent acquisition) is now posting three-minute clips of the shows, totaling up to most if not all of the entire show that aired. And it’s posting them the day after the episodes originally air. True… Read More

  • NewTek TriCaster: TV Studio In A 10-Pound Box

    A couple weeks ago I had the privilege of seeing a live demo of NewTek’s TriCaster Pro, a 10-pound Shuttle PC-style box that contains all the components for a very powerful television/video studio. I recorded the demo for your viewing pleasure, but unfortunately, I botched my recording left and right. Thankfully, NewTek put another demo on video for me to show you. If you’re a TV/video… Read More

  • BitTorrent Strikes Major Video Download Deal, Again

    BitTorrent announced today a deal inked with 20th Century Fox, G4, Kadokawa, Lionsgate, MTV Networks, Palm Pictures, Paramount and Starz Media to allow for video downloads from their catalogs of movies and TV shows. This follows last month’s news that CE manufacturers will start pre-installing the peers-to-peers software on wireless routers and media servers and a July announcement of a… Read More

  • ADS Tech's Instant Video To-Go Converts Video For Mobile Devices

    See how happy this girl is? It’s because she used ADS Tech’s Instant Video To-Go to transfer video from her Windows PC to her portable video player, such as an Apple iPod or Sony PSP. Instead of using software alone to handle the conversion, ADS set it up so that this USB drive does the H.264 conversion instead. The hardware-based coversion is up to five times faster than relying on… Read More

  • VHS Is Dead At 30

    Variety.com has a killer write-up on the death of VHS. For those of you that have never looked it up, VHS stands for Vertical Helical Scan and was developed by JVC of Japan. The 30-year-old format beat out Sony’s Betamax format as the consumer choice, changing the way we watched movies at home and hit its peak with the sale of 30 million “The Lion King” cassettes in the US alone. Read More