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  • Wham: FlipShare video is handled by Mossberg

    Wham: FlipShare video is handled by Mossberg

    If you’ve been waiting for some way to put your low- to middling-resolution videos onto a big TV, your prayers have been answered. Flip, through their mouthpiece Walt Mossberg, just dumped out a big bucket of howsyerfather and announced the Flipshare for all to enjoy. Read More

  • The next Flip camera will have Wi-Fi

    The next Flip camera will have Wi-Fi

    Cisco has confirmed that the next version of the Flip Video camera, everyones favorite tiny video camera, is getting Wi-Fi. The model is described as having “a large screen that slides to reveal the record and menu buttons underneath.” Read More

  • Vidly Brings HD Video To Twitter

    Vidly Brings HD Video To Twitter

    First, there were the Twitter picture services. Soon, there were a lot of those. Then, there were the Twitter video services. And now, there are getting to be a lot of those. So how do you choose which one to use? Most people base it on two things: First, third-party Twitter client support. And second, features. Today, Vidly is launching one such feature. Vidly is claiming to be the first HD… Read More

  • FlipShare TV: yet another way to access your PC's videos on your TV

    FlipShare TV: yet another way to access your PC's videos on your TV

    The number of techniques for getting content from your PC to your TV is getting alarmingly high. It’s possible that it’s so simple at this point that anyone can put out a product and sell a few — so you can either get a basic one cheap now, or wait for the inevitable breakthrough product that will do something awesome but cost a bundle. The FlipShare ain’t that… Read More

  • Picsio: Victor JVC goes after the Flip with new 1080p camcorder

    Picsio: Victor JVC goes after the Flip with new 1080p camcorder

    Victor JVC seems to finally have realized how well the Flip sells over in North America. The company has now announced the Picsio GC-FM1 [JP], a mini camcorder recording video at 2.03MP and shooting pictures at 8MP. The Picsio offers 1080p output at a 4:3 ratio (1,440×1080, 30fps). Alternatively, you can go for a 720p, VGA or QVGA mode. Read More

  • Flip camcorder, iPod nano video quality compared

    The folks over at NewTeeVee took the “Flip SD,” as they called it – no real clarification if it was the bigger Flip Ultra or smaller Flip Mino camcorder – and did a side-by-side video quality comparison against the new iPod nano. You’ll recall that during the Apple presentation last Wednesday, Jobs and company took a few direct shots at the line of Flip cameras. Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Refurbished Flip camcorder for $50

    CrunchDeals: Refurbished Flip camcorder for $50

    Everybody who’s anybody has a Flip camcorder, am I right? Am I right? If you’ve been unable to justify the purchase of a Flip camcorder because of the relatively high price tag, you may be happy to find out that you can get your hands on one of the older, clunkier ones for just $50. Read More

  • Kodak outs the 1080p Zi8 pocket camcorder

    Kodak outs the 1080p Zi8 pocket camcorder

    Oh man, we nailed it. Remember that dumb Kodak viral video we posted where a marketing dude was showing off the latest Kodak product but it was blurred out Japanese porn-style? Well, we said it would be an updated pocket camcorder and it’s a new, 1080p-recording pocket camcorder. Read More

  • Flip announces Flip Channels, adds easier video sharing

    Flip announces Flip Channels, adds easier video sharing

    Not content to let others do the heavy lifting, Pure Digital, now part of Cisco, has added Flip Channels to their popular – and surprisingly useful – FlipShare software. The software is pre-installed on every Flip devices (we have the HD) and the Channels are yet another way to upload and share your videos in the interwebs. Videos sent to your channel can be viewed at FlipShare.com… Read More

  • Review: Flip UltraHD camcorder

    Review: Flip UltraHD camcorder

    Short Version: Joining the ranks of the Flip family, the UltraHD is one of the easiest-to-use digital camcorders on the market. This version features 8GB of storage, high-definition video capture, the ability to use an included rechargeable battery pack or off-the-shelf AA batteries, and HDMI output. At $200, though, it’s pretty expensive considering its feature set. Read More