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Periscope goes dark in march 2021. 3 livestream apps that can fill the void

Periscope Goes Dark in March 2021. 3 Livestream Apps That Can Fill the Void

Periscope made a short announcement on their Medium blog stating that they will discontinue the mobile app on March 31, 2021. New account creation is no longer an option as of this report. Periscope has been around since February, 2014. It’s been a popular destination for livestreamers, marketers, social media influencers, and vloggers of all…

Video conferencing: forecasts for 2015

Video Conferencing: Forecasts for 2015

The drive for results-based solutions is expanding to all areas of the work force. If it’s not producing results that justify the cost, managers and executives look instead for another way to get the results they need. The days of big budget expense accounts are gone, and the new leaner and more outcome oriented approach…

Kickstarters of the week: hando & hexo+

Kickstarters of the Week: Hando & Hexo+

Hando Robotic Stabilizer Hando is a stabilizing arm made to fit smartphones and GoPro cameras for optimal stabilization while taking photos and videos. It stabilizes the camera in both the roll and pitch axes, and has a trigger to let the user toggle the camera up or down while still stabilized. Hando uses complex algorithms…

Instagram Now Has Video

Facebook’s baby, the photo-sharing application Instagram, now lets you upload video as well. Clearly launched to compete with Vine, the big daddy of video-sharing, video on Instagram is now available on both iOS and Android. Users can now share 15-second video clips, called an ‘Instavid’, with potential for modification with 13 filters, and a new…

Cinemagram finally hits android

Cinemagram Finally Hits Android

After a year of waiting, Cinemagram has finally arrived on your Android smartphone. Cinemagram, a app popular for turning videos into animated GIF images, launched last year on iOS. Think of it as something of an Instagram equivalent for animation, which apparently sells quite well. Nokia ended up launching its own version of a similar…