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Video of the Day
More than 48 hours of video content gets uploaded every minute to YouTube alone. Some of these videos are entertaining while some are useful and help us learn something.
You can convert PowerPoint presentations into a video for viewing on a large HD display, or for buring to a standard DVD or for watching on your iPod like a podcast.
This brilliant video animation from Google UK captures some of the important milestones in Google’s 14 year old history.
I have always been a huge fan of Airtel video commercials and their latest web campaign to market Twitter SMS services in India is no different.
Adobe Photoshop is often used for removing backgrounds and other unwanted objects from a photograph but this new content aware technology not only improves that process but makes it easy for Photoshop newbies as well.
HTML5 is next revision of HTML and is already support in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and even IE (if you use Chrome Frame). Here’s a list of presentations, videos and web articles to help you get started with HTML 5.
Firefox 3.7 will not just have an awesome interface but it will also include support for multi-touch devices. Marcio Galli demonstrates how he could draw a logo of Firefox on a touch-screen laptop running the latest build of Firefox 3.7 using nothing but his fingers.
Microsoft Security Essential is not good news for companies like Symantec (Norton) and McAfee who often charge customers for anti-virus products. Now Norton has posted a video on YouTube explaining why free software isn’t enough.
For some interesting facts about the internet, the state of advertising and how people are leveraging the power of social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, check this new video from popular Did You Know series of Shift Happens.
The Software Industry Association has released a new version of the Donâ€™t Copy That Floppy video campaign that aims to spread word about the legal implications for software piracy.
If you are already using Animoto to create video slideshows of your photos, here are some tips for producing even better video with Animoto.
If Google were a real human being who happened to live in the same apartment as you, will this make your life any better? Google Roomate video has a clue.
Bang-yao Liu, a student at Savannah College of Art and Design, has created a 90 second long stop motion video using some 6000+ pieces of colored post-it notes – just brilliant.
Bing is the name of Microsoft’s new search engine that is expected to take on Google and Yahoo!. Take a video tour of Microsoft bing here.
The Apple Macbook is a marvelous piece of engineering and design. This video gives a sneak preview of the Apple Macbook manufacturing facility plus you learn about innovations unique to Macbooks like the glass trackpad and the Aluminum unibody.
Here are some behind the scene video clips that show how the popular Zoozoo ads for Vodafone were created without using computer 3D animation.
Internet censorship in China – Leaked documents from Baidu reveals a list of banned keywords and topics that are blacklisted on the Chinese internet.
Video of John Carpenter as he wins a million dollars in real life on Who Wants to be a Millionaire TV game show. On the million dollar question he used his phone-a-friend to call his dad to tell him that he was about to win the Million.
This Time-Lapse video of Digg will help you visualize how stories move up and down with time on the Digg front page.
How the internet really works? These short animated videos will help you understand how the whole world wide web works.
Check out this video for a simple trick to confuse an idiot. Note that the video might take a little time to load, but it’s well worth the wait.
The Instant ASCII Cam takes a live video feed (like your webcam, from instance) and converts it to an ASCII art animation.
Lifestreaming means you are displaying intimate facets of your life to friends, family and even strangers who you know through online world.
Take a tour of the new Google Office in New York that located at 76 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011.
Microsoft SecondLight detects where the surface is being touched on a screen and allows an image to be projected on to the material held just above.