Anything is possible when you can create professional-looking HD presentations, lessons, manuals, and eGreetings right from your computer. LiteCam HD, possibly the most popular screen capturing software with our users and editors, can help you capture and share your desktop with friends and family.
With LiteCam, you can capture streaming videos that normally cannot be downloaded. Make instructional video tutorials right on the computer. Trim, draw, and add titles and logos to create sharp looking movies. Record important Skype video chats and calls. Save online Web conference video with audio, capturing all presentation contents and annotations. Surprise friends and family … Read more
Since February, when Google launched its Chromebook Pixel, there's been just one option for those seeking a Chromebook with a touch screen. It came with a high-resolution screen -- and a high price tag: $1,299.
On Tuesday, however, Acer announced a touch screen Chromebook option that's less than a quarter of the price. The latest in its new C720P Chromebook series comes with a touch screen and will go on sale early next month at Amazon, Best Buy, and the Acer Store for just $300.
It features a Haswell-based Intel Celeron processor and an 11.6-inch HD … Read more
Even in an age when media is increasingly streamed to mini boxes like Roku and Apple TV, a disc player is still a must-have for those who already own a cache of discs. Thankfully, all Blu-ray players double as streaming-media boxes, too, so you can have your cake and eat it too.
To that end, the Samsung BD-F5900 is an affordable machine ($120) that offers almost everything you need in a disc player and a "smart" set-top box, with overall performance being a standout. This is the quickest player CNET has seen up until this point with the … Read more
Apple is reportedly cooking up a tablet that would outsize the current iPad by more than two inches.
Citing an official at a Korean Apple supplier, news site Korea Times said on Tuesday that an iPad with a 12.9-inch Retina Display screen will launch in early 2014. The new iPad would boast a better picture than the current model, offering a display almost equal in quality to an ultra high-definition screen, according to the report.
The screen itself is currently being produced by one of Apple's major suppliers, the source added.
Why would Apple produce such a huge … Read more
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Smartphones have almost unarguably become commodities. So what's next? Lost cost phones are a big trend to watch, bringing along the still large population that is stuck with "dumb phones" and not part of the always-on/always-on-you revolution.
Fitness wearables have arrived in a big way. What was once a niche category focused on the extremely fit (or those who aspired to be) is now heading fast toward the crowd that just wants to sleep better or lose 5-10 pounds. But the smartwatch lurks out there, possibly ready to cannibalize the mainstream … Read more
My mom may not like that I have tattoos, but I'm sure she'd like it even less if I had a microphone tattooed on my throat. That's what Motorola is proposing, with a patent for a wireless mic that's tattooed on the throat and connects to a smartphone. Not only would it allow you to have "reasonably" improved communication, but it could also be used to detect lying. And it could light up! Hear that, Mom? This thing might actually be useful.
A source close to Apple told Bloomberg that the next iPhone would be larger and have a curved screen. … Read more
ColorMania helps you get all the color codes and values for any color you pick from your desktop, a Web page, or anywhere else onscreen. With an option to zoom in, you can be very precise on which color you're choosing, and a set of tools let you easily tweak any color you find and save up to six custom colors in a palette.
Installation goes without issues and the program is ready to go as soon as you open it. ColorMania's interface is compact and packed with sliders, a color palette, and small viewing screen for picking … Read more
LG's first curved mobile, the LG G Flex, is on its way to Europe.
The device, an Android Jelly Bean phablet with a slightly curved display, was announced late last month and was initially thought to be only slated for release in South Korea.
However, Orange has confirmed that the G Flex will be launched in France in February. The G Flex has a 6-inch, 1280x720p plastic OLED screen, a 3,500mAh battery, a 13-megapixel front facing camera and 2.1 megapixel rear-facing equivalent. Orange hasn't released pricing.
Without rumors, what would Apple be? Just another company trying to sell you a nice phone.
So Sunday it was heartening to imagine that, in 2014, Cupertino might be releasing two new phones.
Each would be larger than the current iPhone 5. And each would have a curved glass screen.
Bloomberg, citing someone with knowledge of the development process, says that the new iPhones would have screens of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches.
This is almost as large as the Samsung Galaxy Note's 5.7 inches.
If this isn't exciting enough, these new Apple phones -- … Read more