Joni Blecher, RealPlayer Blog Editor - Joni started covering technology back when cell phones didn't have color displays and quickly made a name for herself in the mobile industry as CNET's "Cell Phone Diva." In addition to covering everything mobile, she has launched and edited multiple blog sites. When Joni started appearing in product review videos, she fell in love with the story-telling format and honed her video skills to include producing and editing videos. Joni has made appearances on CNN, BBC, CNBC's Bulls Eye, and Good Day New York to discuss the latest in technology. When she's not spending her time writing or shooting video you can find her exploring and tasting the latest food trends.
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Many people agree that the Chromecast media-streaming device is a great way to stream your favorite apps and entertainment to your TV. What makes it such an excellent device is that it is both small and cheap, plugging directly into any free HDMI port on your TV. The number of Chromecast-compatible apps are growing, however, few
We love showing hometown pride and the Seahawks couldn’t have made us prouder! In celebration of the Seahawks heading to the big game this Sunday, we hired local Seattle artist, Ana-Lisa Notter, to paint the windows of our corporate headquarters, located a block from CenturyLink Field on 1st Avenue! Check it out! The window exterior.
Did you receive a code for some free RealPlayer Cloud storage? If so, here's how you can redeem your code: In order to redeem a RealPlayer Cloud code for additional storage space, you must already have registered a RealPlayer Cloud account. You can sign in for a free account by downloading a RealPlayer Cloud
RealPlayer Simplifies Video Sharing: Rich Jaroslovsky By Rich Jaroslovsky Oct 16, 2013 1:00 PM PT Originally published on bloomberg.com. There’s no reason you need to know what a codec is. Unless you’ve tried to view or share video shot on one type of device, say an Android phone, on another, like an iPhone. Until now,
RealPlayer Cloud Launches with Cross-platform Storage and Video Playback by Jaymar Cabebe | @jaymarcabebe / September 24, 2013 6:00 PM PDT This article originally appeared on CNET.com. Announced today, RealPlayer Cloud brings a unique cloud storage, video streaming, and sharing service to iOS, Android, Roku, and other platforms. RealNetworks today gets into the cloud
by Andy J. Williams Affleck @aaffleck | Sep 29th 2014 at 5:30PM Originally published on TUAW.com. I'm old enough to remember when Real Video was the only game in town for streaming video. Once upon a time, everyone had some version of real on their computer. Then it went out of fashion or was overtaken by others, perhaps YouTube?
We would like to welcome Mac users on board with our first native RealPlayer Cloud desktop application for Mac. You can now take advantage of the program’s many features across almost any device you own. Read on to see four highlights of what RealPlayer Cloud for Mac can do. 1. Manage your RealPlayer Cloud
If you are someone who likes to take videos on your phone, you will eventually reach a point where you’d like to get them off of that small screen and on to your computer or other devices. RealPlayer Cloud makes this potentially tedious task easier than ever with the ability to move your videos
Many TVs on the market today call themselves ‘smart’ – but for the most part, their features are generally not that great. From sluggish systems to limited functionality and apps, what you get out of the box (if anything) is not great. This is where media streaming boxes and dongles come in. They can
We are excited to announce that RealPlayer Cloud recently won the 2014 User’s Choice Tabby Award in the Photos, Video & Music category. The Tabby Awards is the global awards program that recognizes the very best iPad, Android and Windows tablet apps. The Users’ Choice winner is selected by public vote. App users and