Increasingly more and more people are turning to the Internet to follow events happening in the world. Many news websites offer extra coverage of events such as CES, the Detroit Auto Show, and holiday parades. Believe it or not those sites don’t always offer the best coverage of those events. With that in mind we’ve scoured the Internet and rounded up the best spots to watch videos from these events online. In some posts, we even tell you where to watch these events live and in often cases for free.
Every time you watch a video on sites like YouTube or Netflix, you’re actually watching a video stream instead of say watching a video on your computer that you’ve downloaded and saved. When you stream video you need an Internet connection, when you watch a video you have saved on your computer it doesn’t matter . . .
With so much web video content produced every day you’re probably thinking it can’t be that difficult to do it yourself. And you’re right. Shooting and uploading video to YouTube and other sites full of user generated content such as Metacafe and Vimeo isn’t rocket science, though there are a few things you should know . . .
Great story lines abound in Super Bowl XLVII: the Harbaugh brothers as opposing head coaches, Ray Lewis’ final game, a spirited comeback by the 49ers, even a curiously timed power failure. That was all well and good, but we all know that the real action took place during the breaks in the game. All right, . . .
At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the 3D TV wasn’t the only futuristic new TV technology to make a splash. Some of the most impressive new 2013 TVs at CES didn’t just display in 3D – some of them had the new 4K “Ultra HD” resolution with four times the resolution of the HDTVs . . .
It’s a car lover’s dream. The North American International Auto Show, better known as the Detroit Auto Show, kicked off January 14, 2013 with a two-day media preview. That’s when automakers showed off their newest models, as well as concept cars that offer a glimpse of the future. More than 50 vehicles made their debut . . .
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the four-day orgy of all things consumer tech, runs January 8, 2013 through January 11, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The exhibition gives attendees a first look at the latest gear and gadgets from the biggest companies in consumer technology. There will be everything from the latest in TVs, . . .
The holidays are a wonderful time to celebrate your traditions and express your love, appreciation and warm wishes to family, friends, and associates. Mailing cards is a time-honored way of sharing these special times. More and more, people are turning online to share holiday video cards. Many websites have long specialized in still or animated . . .
UPDATED MARCH 16, 2013: WATCH 2013 ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE ONLINE The luck of the Irish is extended to those of us who can’t be in New York City, Boston, or Scranton for the 2013 St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Several of the country’s biggest St. Patrick’s Day Parades will be shown online, but don’t expect . . .
It’s the thick of the presidential debate season, and President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney will be taking questions from a live audience in a Town Hall format on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 9 p.m. EST / 6 p.m. PST. Don’t miss a historic moment — even if you’re away from the . . .
Over the past couple of years, YouTube has been adding video enhancement functionality to its upload tool such as the ability to include comments or block out portions of a video. Now, the company has created a face blurring tool that can automatically blur out the faces of each person in your uploaded YouTube video. . . .