Meet Hang w/ – the first and only app where you can Hang w/ your favorite people in a live real-time video sent from one phone to many, from anywhere at anytime. Hang w/ features cutting-edge technology that empowers you to stream and broadcast live high-quality video.
For those of you unsure just what live broadcasting is, it means the Video is broadcasted simultaneously while being recorded (instead of being recorded first on the iPhone). At the push of a button, you instantly get to see, hear and experience everything that is broadcasted – uncut, as it happens, unfolding before your eyes.
Hang w/ is great for up and coming performers, actors, or anyone looking to share a n artistic video they have created. Start your channel, stream to your peeps, gain new fans and grow your following. And you can get paid. Hang w/ is supported through ad revenue, so when more followers watch your broadcast, you get to share in more of the profits. And if your fan base swells faster than your ego, you might even want to quit your day job!
Download Hang w/ today for free and start broadcasting to all of your friends and followers!
Just in case you dropped off the face of the earth for the last, I don’t know, five years or so, CNET has put together an excellent video which takes you through the history of the iPhone, from the first one to the iPhone 5. It’s very thorough and tells you not only about the phones themselves, but also gives a bit of context. Worth a watch.
Steve Wozniak is an Apple legend, but you may not know that he is also a Tetris legend, as Game Informer discovered (via Cult of Mac). Once upon a time he got so good, that when he sent his scores into the Nintendo Power magazine, they stopped publishing them because he was always at the top of the rankings.
It’s an interesting interview, and the Woz reveals some pretty interesting anecdotes, like when he bought Mikhail Gorbachev and George Bush Snr a Gameboy each.
Popular subscription based music streaming service Rdio has launched the long-anticipated Vdio service, which gives current Rdio Unlimited subscribers access to movie and TV content, along with strong tie-ins to social networks.
Vdio finally exited a closed beta on Tuesday, with the new made-for-iPad app promising to deliver high-level social network integration, in much the same way as parent service Rdio.
Vdio is not a subscription service, but offers users the means to rent or purchase movies and TV programs based on what friends are watching. The social aspect is thought to allow Vdio to better suggest entertainment options than competitors which use crowdsourced algorithms.
By tying into the users’ existing Rdio subscriptions, the service allows them to see what their friends are currently viewing. The service also allows playlist creation, content management and other features through both a web client or the iPad app.
New movies wil be priced at around $ 5 to rent, and $ 15 to own. A $ 25 per year Rdio subscription is also required to access the service.
While a Rdio subscription is required, the Vdio app can be downloaded FREE from the App Store. While the service is currently limited to the U.S. and U.K., it is expected to expand globally this summer.
If you’re at work or close to a sleeping baby, turn your volume down. The music starts off loud and keeps going.
Then again, so does the video. It starts off with some loud statistics and keeps on going. While some of the statistics are already old (what stats aren’t these days?) the overall message is better than some of the previous Social Media Revolution videos. While it still doesn’t capture the magic of the original, it’s definitely not a bad play.