YouTuber Jonathan Morrison has created a music video of his own with Terror Jr’s new song at the center of it. He used an iPhone 11 with no additional lighting or gimbals. The only accessory he used was a $22 grip and a monopod.
This video offers a visual comparison between the map areas of nearly 50 popular sandbox, BR, MMORPG, and survival games, starting with Assassin's Creed: Unity and Fortnite, all the way to Minecraft and No Man's Sky.
Facebook has today announced that its Live video streaming service is now available to everyone, with a raft of new features which allows people to stream live video to friends, family or just about anyone via their Facebook accounts and smartphones.
iPhone 6s camera vs Nikon D750 DSLR comparison. This video pits the iPhone 6s camera against the $3000-$4000 Nikon DSLR in ideal shooting conditions. The surprising result: the iPhone wins!
If you didn't manage to catch the coverage of today's Apple event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, you'll be pleased to know it's available to watch right now for your viewing pleasure.
A newly released iPad app promises to change the way we watch not just YouTube video content, but much of the online video content that we now consume on a daily basis.
Ever wondered what the next iPhone will look like? While we won't learn that from Apple for at least a few more weeks, the wizards at a French site have put together a video featuring the most popular rumors out there, as well as the already-forgotten wishes.
If you’re an Apple TV (2nd-gen) user, you might be happy to know that an unexpected update has reached the platform: version 4.3 (Build 8F455) has reached devices. This new update includes several benefits, including the ability to stream TV shows, even those already purchased from iTunes, right from your TV.
Ever wished you could download online videos from your iOS device? With Tube Downloader, this $1.99-App, you can browse videos from major video sites and download them on the fly. Despite its name, this app offers no support for YouTube, since downloading videos is against the site's terms of service, but it works fine with other video sites such as Vimeo or MetaCafe.
Super geeky marriage proposals are becoming increasingly popular everyday. We recently covered Charlie proposing to his girlfriend with an iPhone and a group of Asians custom-programming smartphones to make them say “I <3 U” and now this.