Snapchat Flaw Lets Some Users Save Video Clips

Snapchat Flaw Lets Some Users Save Video Clips

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New Snapchat, a controversial app for sharing photos and now videos, has a problem: A developer has already found a flaw in its Android app which lets users save videos. Just like photos shared on Snapchat, videos are supposed to self-destruct after the receiver views them.  But that's not exactly the case with...
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Step in the time machine as the Ars OpenForum talks retro gaming

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Remember Altered Beast? One advantage of playing video games in 2012 is that users can take their pick across genre, platform (hear our recent podcast on PCs versus consoles), solo games, MMOs, and more. With many decades of games behind them, players can now also select games based on era....
Step in the time machine as the Ars OpenForum talks retro gaming

Snapchat Wannabe Vidburn Launching Video-Only App

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A Snapchat for video is trying to make its way into the Apple App Store, Mario Aguilar of Gizmodo reports. But considering that Snapchat just released an update with video capabilities today, Vidburn might be too late to the game.  Vidburn is pretty similar to Snapchat but lacks photo sharing....
Snapchat Wannabe Vidburn Launching Video-Only App
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Hulu Plus for Android adds new Kids section, squashes a few bugs

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Hulu Plus for Android received an update today that integrates the company's new Hulu Kids section with ad-free, child-friendly content. This new feature adds parental controls that help block programing unsuitable for children. The application's other renovations include enhanced content-discovery trays that help subscribers find video clips, TV shows...
Hulu Plus for Android adds new Kids section, squashes a few bugs

Cinemacraft lands new funding, led by 500 Startups, to ramp up its Videogram content platform

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Cinemacraft has capped a very busy past month by announcing that it has closed a new round of seed funding, led by existing investor 500 Startups. “The bridge round funding will be used to deploy pilots with publishers in US and Japan, hiring,  and to iterate on the product,” founder...
Cinemacraft lands new funding, led by 500 Startups, to ramp up its Videogram content platform

Gogo's New Antennas Should Improve In-Flight Wi-Fi, but Don't Expect Netflix

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Gogo, the company that powers inflight Internet service for a variety of airlines, is counting on new antennas to help speed things up and allow more passengers to surf at the same time. The new set-up should triple peak speeds, and doubles overall network capacity. That should allow more people...
Gogo's New Antennas Should Improve In-Flight Wi-Fi, but Don't Expect Netflix

Video About Fair Use, Remix & Culture Taken Down Over Copyright Claim (Of Course)

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A few years back, we had a post highlighting an absolutely fantastic video by Julian Sanchez about the value of remix culture. The video made a key point that often gets lost in these debates: that remix culture is often more about the culture than the remix, but that copyright...
Video About Fair Use, Remix & Culture Taken Down Over Copyright Claim (Of Course)

58% of Iranians use Facebook despite blocks and censorship, study finds

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Chimigi (“what’s up?” in Farsi), the Iranian online research panel, has released highlights from its syndicated study and infographic, Iran Web 2.0. The latest installment is the third in a series designed to inform foreign and local companies on the attitudes and behaviours of Iranian consumers and professionals. The study...
58% of Iranians use Facebook despite blocks and censorship, study finds

Last Night's Real Winner Was Now This News, Which Narrated the Election on Twitter Using ASCII Art

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Now This News, the recently launched video news site created by ex-HuffPo founders Eric Hippeau and Ken Lerer, carved out a unique space for itself amid the overwhelming din of last night’s election. As the tweets poured by at an impossible rate, Now This News–formerly Planet Daily–stuck out with a...
Last Night's Real Winner Was Now This News, Which Narrated the Election on Twitter Using ASCII Art
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