Ephemeral messaging has a new contender. Tiiny, which launched for iOS today, is the latest offering, taking a different approach to the disappearing content concept. Take a picture or looping video, and it stays on Tiiny for 24 hours, then vanishes forever.
The first formal Aphex Twin music track to be released in 13 years has arrived. This track goes by the name of "minipops 67 [120.2][source field mix]" and will be released on the album "Syro." Behold the ambient comfort of evil.
There’s a nerd movement happening with new Star Trek: The Original Series episodes being made with quality of the highest order. No, they’re not made by the official Star Trek team. Yes, they are amazing.
This morning in Berlin, Sony has revealed their next super tiny camera, bringing the heat with model HDR-AZ1. This device is also known as the Sony Action Cam Mini, coming with a body that’s 30% smaller than its Sony-made predecessors. This device works with a new Live View Remote accessory, Live Stream with USTREAM, and a variety of new action mounts.
Not so fast, Amazon, Google isn’t going to let people cashing in on video get away that easily. This week YouTube has been updated to include a "Support" button - very similar to Twitch’s own Donate function. This comes not long after Amazon purchased Twitch after weeks of tips that Google was moving in for the kill.
The HTC One M8 with Windows is ready to roll in Microsoft’s newest battle advertisement video against Apple, bringing heat with Cortana as well as HTC One hardware finesse. This spot plays fun at Apple fans’ love of their unique hardware build, beginning with the iPhone signing "I feel pretty, oh so pretty" in front of a mirror.
The game State of Decay brought Zombie Survival to the Xbox Live universe last June. Today, this online constantly-changing universe has been announced to be headed for Xbox One. In a whole new edition, to boot.
Google+ and YouTube are both Google entities, and have a pretty close relationship already. That melding is about to get stronger, too. Today, Google is announcing you can port your Google+ videos right over to your YouTube channel. Not only useful for distributing videos to the world, it’s also a great way to backup your videos.