From the brooding and beautiful filmographer famous for “Aguirre: The Wrath of God,” “Grizzly Man,” and various other oft-intense films and documentaries, Werner Herzog, comes a web-sculive short film entitled “From One Second to the Next.” The film, just over 30 minutes long, documents four families whose loved ones were affected by car accidents involving more »
Sharing is one of Facebook’s core features. Much of the site’s content is generated by users sharing photos, links, videos and other user-generated materials. However, users who abuse this feature are at risk of damaging their reputations and even breaking the law. Don’t believe it? Let’s look at two recent examples. The first involved a more »
RAFT is Pat Noecker. Brooklyn-based composer, performer and overall artistic enterpriser, Pat Noecker, is RAFT. And RAFT is the first “Cell Phonist.” In other settings Noecker has actualized traditional instruments, prepared and processed instruments, electronics, synthesizers, electro-acoustic instruments and more. Probably best known for his work as a founding member of art-rockers Liars or his bit more »
Netflix is in the process of rolling out a new option for user profiles. Anyone who shares a Netflix account with a fellow household member should appreciate this. Profiles essentially gives up to five people their own personal account at no additional price. When you use profiles, you won’t have to worry about other people’s more »
Say this with me: Tech is sexy. Feels a bit weird, right? But hey, I’m not the first to say it — I even felt a bit squeamish when I first heard a friend’s reaction to the form factor of a certain mobile device as such. You see this with car enthusiasts, treating their prized more »
The folks over at DroidLife uploaded a few videos from what appears to be the tail-end of Verizon’s press event yesterday. After announcing a new line of Motorola DROID smartphones, exclusive for Verizon, Motorola had company representatives on sight demonstrating some of the best features of the DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx and DROID Mini.
Music is the most important thing about my phone. I remember first upgrading to a smartphone (iPhone 3) years back and even then the major selling point wasn’t necessarily being connected to the web or using social media, the ability to send and receive emails or watching YouTube; for me, it was iTunes. Of course more »
Aereo is still in the process of rolling out its over-the-air television streaming service in the Atlanta area, but it’s also set its sights on another major city. Aereo will become available in the Chicago area on September 13. Chicago is the fourth city to attract Aereo behind New York City, Boston and Atlanta.
Marvel’s The Avengers is now available to stream on Netflix. With the addition of this movie, Netflix is now a place to view a couple films leading up to The Avengers such as Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger. The first two Iron Man films are no longer available to stream from Netflix. The more »
We’ve spent a decent amount of time talking about gMusic, a third-party Google Music application for iOS. gMusic is known for supporting Google Play Music All Access shortly after Google announced the new feature. Unfortunately, Google changed something with Google Music in late May which caused gMusic to stop authenticating users. After weeks of waiting, more »
Demonstrating the impressive clarity of the company’s proprietary PureView lens, Nokia released the first ever music video filmed solely with their Lumia 925 smartphone. It was uploaded to the company’s YouTube account less than a week ago and has since garnered over 130,000 views and 250-plus comments. It is the official music video for a more »
gMusic is currently the best way to access your Google Music library and the new All Access content on an iOS device. The app costs $1.99 from the Apple App Store, and is stable and functional for the most part. However, gMusic’s glory days could be cut short thanks to Google. Google is going to more »