[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

There are many US online video services that block access to their web site based on your IP, so you are not able to watch videos on their web site if you are not from US or Canada. Some of those web sites are Netflix or Hulu and if you really want to have access to those web site, you have to follow this tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to access them using free online service called Tunlr.

By On July 18, 2012 1 Response
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Study Says People Prefer YouTube For Breaking News

Study Says People Prefer YouTube For Breaking News

YouTube is the most popular video sharing website at present. Most of the time, people visit this website to watch videos. A new study has found that, people from all over the world are preferring the Google-owned site YouTube not only for videos but also for news footage. It means, YouTube is becoming a major platform for news.

By On July 17, 2012 Respond
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Rare Footage Shot In 1953 Reveals The Sound Of A Real Nuclear Blast

Rare Footage Shot In 1953 Reveals The Sound Of A Real Nuclear Blast

In the year of 1953 on March 17, a nuclear bomb test called ANNIE had been done. It was the first nuclear test in Operation Upshot-Knothole where reporters were permitted to see the explosion in first hand.We’ve found a video footage capturing the blast in 1953. And, unlike most videos of the nuclear blasts, this one is raw and edited to the least degree. You are going to see the real blast and hear the real sound.

By On July 16, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Convert Any Videos Using VLC Player

[Tutorial] How To Convert Any Videos Using VLC Player

No question about it VLC is best video player around because it can literally play any video format you like and above all it’s completely free. However VLC is more than just a player, in some of my previous tutorials I showed you how you can record your web camera activity with VLC and today you will learn how to use VLC and convert your videos un many different formats.

By On July 10, 2012 Respond
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Dying Cancer Patient Talks To Katy Perry Via YouTube [Video]

Dying Cancer Patient Talks To Katy Perry Via YouTube [Video]

20-year old Anthony Harrison is a cancer patient. He went for a bone-marrow transplant but the operation failed and now, he has been told by the doctors that there’s not much that they can do anymore. So he has a few days, perhaps months to live and is on the verge of death. So Anthony has created a bucket list on YouTube which includes, among other things, meeting his ‘celebrity idol’ Katy Perry.

By On July 9, 2012 5 Responses
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[Tutorial] How To Join Several Videos Into One In Windows

[Tutorial] How To Join Several Videos Into One In Windows

You downloaded or recorded a video file which contacts several pieces and you want to group them into one? No worries, it is quite easy to achieve that inside Windows 7 and its free tool called Windows Movie maker and in this tutorial I will show you how to do that. This tool is already available inside Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 however if it does not exist you can easily download him from Microsoft web site.

By On July 3, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Create An Animated GIF From A YouTube Video

[Tutorial] How To Create An Animated GIF From A YouTube Video

If you ever wondered how people create those animated GIFs for their profile pictures at forums, blogs, and other social web site this tutorial will help you find out and also teach you to create your own one. With the free online services called GifSoup, you can easily create an animated GIF from a video excerpt found on YouTube.

By On June 27, 2012 Respond
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FiLMiC Pro – Premium Video Camera App For iOS [Free]

FiLMiC Pro – Premium Video Camera App For iOS [Free]

FiLMiC Pro is an outstanding video camera app developed for the iOS platform. This app has lots of control features which lets iPhone owners use their phones as standard video cameras. This app is developed by Cinegenix, LLC. FiLMiC Pro comes with a price of $3.99, which is higher compared to similar apps. But now you can download FiLMiC Pro for free, directly from app store for a limited time.

By On May 27, 2012 1 Response
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What If We Implement Pinterest In Real Life? [Funny Video]

What If We Implement Pinterest In Real Life? [Funny Video]

Making fun of recent technology or social service is very common. Like previously we published funny video of G-Male And Siri. Now they same group Comediva brings a new video which shows what if we start Pinning like Pinterest in real life with real stuff? It shows the scary situation in a funny style. Its a must watch video.

By On May 12, 2012 1 Response
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[Tutorial] How To Share A YouTube Playlist

[Tutorial] How To Share A YouTube Playlist

If you want to share your favorite videos or music artists with your friends without coping links one by one you can simply create a playlist and add all your videos inside. In this tutorial I will show you how to do that, and with new YouTube feature called Disco this has become even easier and faster.

By On April 30, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Easily Rename Your Movies Or TV-Shows

[Tutorial] How To Easily Rename Your Movies Or TV-Shows

You download or record series or movies on your hard drive to play them anywhere on your computer or on your TV. To easily navigate through all your files, you need to organize them properly. With the free tool called theRenamer, you can easily rename your video files with a clear name and same title of the episode in the case of a series. theRenamer works with many online services such as IMDB.com, TV.com, theTVDB.com, EPGUIDES.com, Wikipedia and Google to get all information about your files.

By On April 26, 2012 Respond
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Intel Introduces Rugged Studybook Tablet

Intel Introduces Rugged Studybook Tablet

Intel Corporation has unveiled an a new educational tablet computer, branded as Studybook. This tablet is a part of the Intel Learning Series family. This Studybook tablet provides mobility for students and it comes with Intel Learning Series software suite and is supported by a broad education ecosystem. Currently, more than 7 million students are using Intel classmate PCs worldwide.

By On April 12, 2012 Respond
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LG Lucid 4G Smartphone Powered By Android

LG Lucid 4G Smartphone Powered By Android

The Lucid by LG is specially made for the first time smartphone users. The Lucid provides quick access to call, messaging, voicemail & camera features from the lock screen. A new user can make phone calls by simply dialing with the Quick Dialer Widget. Lucid’s bright 4.0-inch screen provides 700 candlepower per square meter which improves screen visibility under direct sunlight.

By On April 7, 2012 1 Response
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Sony HXR-NX30 Camcorder With Built-in Projector

Sony HXR-NX30 Camcorder With Built-in Projector

Sony has recently launched a HXR-NX30 Camcorder. The new HXR-NX30U records at full 1920 x 1080 HD resolution using a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens (35mm equivalent :26.0mm -260mm) for superb optical quality, sharpness and brightness. The camcorder also offers convenient features such as a built-in projector, all combined in Sony’s smallest, lightest handheld professional camcorder.

By On April 5, 2012 Respond
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MIT’s ‘Smart Sand’ Can Duplicate Any Object

MIT’s ‘Smart Sand’ Can Duplicate Any Object

There was a small plastic flower in a hat. Then we heard Abra-ca-dabra! ‘Alakazam!’ ‘Ta Da!’ (Magical Words used by magicians while showing magic) and the flower turns into a cute Rabbit. Isn’t that interesting? Could be. But this is not magic. Distributed Robotics Laboratory (DRL) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT’s) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed a new algorithm which is an exciting fast prototyping tool. It’s name is ‘Smart Sand.’ and it can duplicate any object easily. Is it called the real magic? Abra-ca-dabra!!!

By On April 5, 2012 Respond
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