Google announced it’ll continue not being evil by giving away a great video format to the world. Google bought a company called On2 earlier this year, whose claim to fame was its VP8 video codec. So now, Google wants to let everyone in the world use that without paying anything.
Google’s wrapped up its newly acquired VP8 video with the free Ogg Vorbis audio, and putting it into a container it’ll call WebM, based on the pirate’s favorite video, Matroska. Best of all, and it’s now royalty-free, unlike the most popular web video format now, known as H.264, which isn’t.
The tinhte, Vietnamese site has published the leaked DVT-1, design verification test iPod Touch prototype which is manufactured by Foxconn. The leaked iPod Touch has 64GB memory, 2 megapixel integrated built-in camera.
In following you can find leaked iPod Touch photos and video.
Leaked iPod Touch Photos
Leaked iPod Touch Video
At first glance these cookies aren’t anything special, but wait until you hold them up to a webcam. Boom! There’s a six-sided thingamajig growing out of the top of each one. Who says augmented reality is only good for advertising?
While the cookies look straightforward, their assembly is anything but. The two-toned dough must be rolled out and assembled in an intricate pattern for that L-shaped design to appear on top. As soon as the webcam software detects that shape, it displays the 3D graphic of the maker’s choice. Tasty.
We’ve been waiting for the answer to this most-popular of space questions: How the heck do you pinch a loaf in microgravity? This detailed video finally answers that question, once and for all.
Of course, positioning is important, and to solve that problem, NASA engineers mounted a video camera so the proper “docking” could take place. But guys, be careful not to “dock” any of your other private parts, or you’ll be in an alien world of pain.
Sure beats wearing a diaper. Suggestion: make the toilet energy-generating.
Tinhte who had published the second leaked iPhone 4G photos and video now posted new MacBook 7.1 details, un-boxing photos and video.
New MacBook 7.1 Specifications:
Installed Snow Leopard 10.6.3
CPU upgraded to 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, as compare to previous 2.26GHz
Improved graphics with 256MB DDR3 GeForce 320M GPU
Charger plug-in is different in style
Expected price is $ 999
New MacBook 7.1 Un-boxing Photos
New MacBook 7.1 Video
This is the video demonstration of Office 2010 on Windows Phone 7, released by Microsoft. Watch this video to see that what are the streaming capabilities of Office Mobile 2010 PowerPoint on Windows Phone 7.
Skype team has released Skype 5 beta for Windows with group video call feature. The video calling feature allows up to five Skype members to join each other on video chat.
Feature of Skype 5 Beta for Windows:
5-way group video call
Redesigned calling experience
Improved video snapshots gallery
Improved browser plug-ins performance on some websites
Reduced false positives on browser plug-in phone number recognition
Right now Skype 5 beta with video calling is available in free for testing and according to developers it acquire high speed internet connections and latest systems, whereas [...]
Heard of liquid mountaineering? With the help of a couple of pieces of ordinary technology, these guys might have skimmed their way into a brand new extreme sport. Using a combination of speed, angle, Zen-like determination and the properties of surface tension, they accomplish what we thought was impossible.
Next: they raise the dead.
Update: Extreme sportsters might be able to raise the dead before they can do this — it’s a hoax, I’ve been duped. It’s a viral video for those shoes in there, the brand name of which I seem to have forgotten.
When YouTube user “Steffest” says he’s going to play a rendition of Cracklin’ Rosie on “a whole lotta mobile phones,” he’s not kidding. He’s fashioned some kind of future banjo out of iPhone OS, a battery-powered speaker and — just like MacGyver — some trusty duct-tape.
Here’s the setup: This is a free interpretation of Cracklin Rosie, played on 2 Android devices, 2 Windows Mobile devices and 1 iPod Touch. The Piano and Drum sequencers are written by me, Pocket Stombox is used for the real time effects and the main instruments are the fantastic [...]