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Comcast said to be developing YouTube-like video service

Comcast said to be developing YouTube-like video service

Comcast, the cable and internet service provider/monopoly, may be looking to expand into a new area: the short-form, web-generated video content that YouTube excels at. A new report from The Information says Comcast has been working on an online video service for over a year and a half now, and is planning a nationwide rollout for sometime in the future. The project was put on hold as the now-cancelled Comcast/Time Warner merger was submitted for government review.

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Kurt Cobain’s “Montage of Heck” documentary and the mixtape therein

Kurt Cobain’s “Montage of Heck” documentary and the mixtape therein

The mixtape known as "Montage of Heck" is the centerpiece - the namesake - of the documentary (coming to the public soon) about Kurt Cobain. Inside this mixtape is a cacoffiny of oddities. Everything from KISS to The Hobbit, the Star Wars audiobook to Queensrÿche. It's not your average mixtape. The same is true of the documentary. Created using home movies, tapes, concert footage, and other unseen bits of footage and audio, the creators of Montage of Heck have made a showing of the lead singer of Nirvana's life - and subsequent violent death.

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TomTom Bandit action cam makes video edits a breeze

TomTom Bandit action cam makes video edits a breeze

If you’re going to video yourself or friends rocketing down a mountain, the last thing you want to do is stop having fun so you can edit your take. By the time you get home (or back to the cabin), you might be too tired, but hey — your buddy needs proof he landed that 720. For you, weary adventurer, TomTom is introducing the Bandit action camera, which takes a lot of the editing work out of your hands, and comes with a companion app for easier sharing.

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Swedish airport gets the first remote air traffic tower

Swedish airport gets the first remote air traffic tower

The problem for small airports is that they don’t have much flight traffic because there often is no tower to control incoming flights. These small airports have no tower because they don’t have the traffic to warrant a tower leaving them in a chicken/egg situation. A small airport in Sweden has been installed with the world's first remote tower system.

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Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Dome Action Camera Review

Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Dome Action Camera Review

The Kodak Pixpro SP360 Action Camera works with the ability to capture photos and video with a spherical lens. The data you capture with this lens can be viewed in a number of ways, the most interesting of these being an immersive virtual reality environment, with half of an orb available to you to capture the world around you. Just like this device's most well-known competitor, the GoPro camera, the Kodak Pixpro SP360 is also prepared to go hardcore with a variety of caps, covers, and cases.

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Marvel short videos to be developed by Maker Studios

Marvel short videos to be developed by Maker Studios

Long form video is the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of visual entertainment, but the Internet is packed full of short-form videos, and they provide seemingly endless snippets of amusement for a wide array of preferences. It isn't surprising, then, that many studios have cropped up that specialize solely in short-form videos, the kind you're likely to find on YouTube and Vimeo, and one such studio is Maker Studios. In a recent announcement, the company revealed it will be making some Marvel content.

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YouTube will soon put their ‘stars’ in films

YouTube will soon put their ‘stars’ in films

We all love (or tolerate) those end-of-year YouTube montages, which highlight the best viral videos in addition to various creators who have made a name on YouTube. those creators are a lynchpin for success, as various other platforms are trying to steal them away to create instant viewership. In their latest attempt to encourage those creators to stick around, YouTube will “release several feature length films over the next two years, all driven by YouTube stars”. The films will naturally debut on YouTube.

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The Avengers Age of Ultron Spider-Man scene that wasn’t

The Avengers Age of Ultron Spider-Man scene that wasn’t

First of all - there is no post-credits scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron at all. None. There is, however, a very clever hoax being delivered to the web this week courtesy of one serious hoaxer. How exactly they created the sequence you're about to see, we do not know - but it's fairly believable. Especially since this is the quality at which most "post credits sequences" are delivered these days, generally speaking. And it wouldn't make much sense for Marvel to reboot Spider-Man like this AGAIN, would it?

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Another Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, this time in LEGO

Another Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, this time in LEGO

Some people just have a lot of time in their hands. Or lots of creativity. And definitely lots and lots of LEGO pieces. The group of "quirky artists" at Brotherhood Workshop probably qualify for all those. Combining months of hard work, scene by scene analysis, and a whole load of LEGO, the groups was able to recreate one of the earliest trailers for Avengers: Age of Ultron. They have just released their own LEGO stylized trailer, and just in time to welcome the premiere of the non-LEGO film this week.

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