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  • Meerkat Might be Just the Kick Twitter Needs

    Meerkat - Twitter Video Streaming

    With a wealth of one-trick social sites and apps, and Facebook throwing every tool it can think of at it’s aging infrastructure and waiting to see what sticks, Meerkat is delivering a simple tool that may redefine how many users think of, and use, Twitter.

  • The Force is Strong With This TIE Fighter Drone

    The Force is Strong With This TIE Fighter Drone

    Not that long ago, a gentleman named Olivier C posted a video to YouTube of a Millennium Falcon that he created. A working, drone-powered Millennium Falcon. Well, be prepared to revisit a wretched hive of scum and villainy once again.

    Enter Olivier’s TIE fighter.

  • Creative Pros Will Have to Wait for Larger iPads

    The current iPad family - the Air and Mini

    With Apple’s big announcement day coming up next Monday, those waiting for news of a larger iPad might want to sit this one out. Word on the street is that Apple has delayed production of a 12.9” iPad until September.

  • The Vitec Group Acquires Paralinx

    The Vitec Group Acquires Paralinx

    The Vitec Group's amazing stable of companies has grown once again, this time adding California wireless experts, Paralinx. Paralinx will be rolled into Vitec’s Videocom Division, as part of the Creative Solutions business unit.

  • Nikon Announces D7200 DX-Format DSLR, Plus New COOLPIX and Wireless Mic

    The Nikon D7200 DX-Format DSLR

    Late last night, Nikon announced two new cameras to their DSLR and COOLPIX lineups, including the D7200 DX-Format DSLR, and the COOLPIX P900 long zoom compact camera. The D7200 boasts an impressive 24.2-megapixels CMOS sensor, while the P900 features an insane 83x optical zoom range. Rounding out the announcements was news on the ME-W1 wireless microphone, which should prove a winner with mobile and entry level videographers.

  • Atomos Announces New Shogun Features, Including Avid DNxHR 4K Recording

    The Atomos Shogun

    Atomos chose BVE 2015 as the launch pad for exciting news about a free firmware update packed full of new features for their 4K Shogun recorder. The update, to arrive at the end of February 2015, will feature, among other things, the implementation of Avid DNxHR 4K recording, playback, play-out and editing for the Shogun.