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Chromecast iOS setup app arrives in the App Store

Chromecast iOS setup app arrives in the App Store

Google may have released the Chromecast with support for Android and iOS, however it wasn't until today that a setup app arrived in the iTunes App Store. This didn't mean that iOS users were left waiting for the app, but it should make the setup process a bit easier for some. If nothing else, it means iOS users will no longer need a web browser to get the Chromecast up and running on their home network.

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Cyclops Gear CGLife 2 Video Glasses Hands-on

Cyclops Gear CGLife 2 Video Glasses Hands-on

If you're aiming to take a bite out of the world of on-face camera recording, there's a whole batch of ways to do it other than with Google's Glass headset. One of these ways is with the brand Cyclops Gear. Here we've had the opportunity to have a look at a pair of HD video glasses by the name of CGLife 2 - these glasses aim to be the head-mounted video and photo camera you've always dreamed of - with or without lenses.

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Mac Pro 2013 teaser video suggests launch is near

Mac Pro 2013 teaser video suggests launch is near

The Apple device known as Mac Pro was reintroduced earlier this year with a promise that it'd be delivered before the end of 2013. Today a new video spot for the machine has appeared via Apple affirming the device to be appearing "this Fall". This video trailer also affirms that the device is still small and tube-shaped, with a circle up top that Apple assures viewers represents a ring of fire, the planet Earth, a human eye, a solar eclipse, and a hurricane.

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer binges on customization

Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer binges on customization

This week the folks responsible for the development of the Call of Duty first person shooter franchise have made clear their intent to bring about a new generation in multiplayer gaming warfare with CoD: Ghosts. While the game itself continues to be detailed in bits and pieces this summer, the first gameplay trailer for the multiplayer element in this current-gen release has only been revealed today, complete with details on how fighting your enemies online will be like no game before, so says Infinity Ward.

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Google Glass navigation expansion demoed: walking, driving, biking

Google Glass navigation expansion demoed: walking, driving, biking

With the newest update to Glass (v. XE8) appearing via Google this week, a new set of voice-commands were added to the Navigation Glass App found within the headset. Along with this update comes a demo video from the Glass team, showing off the current state of Navigation in Glass from three perspectives. One from a user walking, a second for travel in a car, and a third on a bicycle.

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YouTube is down, it’s not just you

YouTube is down, it’s not just you

This afternoon Google's YouTube video hosting service appears to be suffering a service outage, though as of this article's initial publication time, representatives have not made an official statement. Watching this event through several "likely service disruption" websites makes the situation clear from user perspectives, with one site, Down Detector, showing less than 10 reports of problems from YouTube throughout the day and a whopping 69 reports in the last hour.

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MixBit aims to cash in on YouTube success on iPhone [UPDATE: Android too!]

MixBit aims to cash in on YouTube success on iPhone [UPDATE: Android too!]

With the creation of YouTube came the first widespread use of video on the internet - the creators of this phenomenon aim to see lightening strike twice with the app MixBit for iPhone. While this app may eventually be available for other mobile platforms such as Android*, the app itself is being launched initially for the top-selling Apple phone, where several of the original founders of YouTube hope a video editing and mixing community can most effectively take off.

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