Ep. 847: Where Pottermore spells the end of bookstores Video
At E3 2012 in Los Angeles, Sony showed off the new Wonderbook platform for the PlayStation 3. Making use of the PlayStation Eye camera and Move controller, the new title "Book of Spells" features new writing from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and aims to provide an immersive reading experience.
From the company better known for its digital photo frames comes the Pandigital Novel e-book reader, which features a 7-inch color touch screen and access to the Barnes & Noble online bookstore.
The Download.com Video team presents highlights from some of our favorite user-submitted videos. In this installment, we've got Birmingham-based UK hip hop, a meditative music video from Virginia, and some LA neo-new wave. To watch each individual video, follow the links below.
1.) Dirty Star: "Negarita Aura"
2.) Phil Snapp: "Relax This Dream"
3.) Pom Pom Diary: "Thursday"
This is a parody commercial for the sixth "Harry Potter book." The video was produced by AY Karsh and stars AY Karsh, Moe Karsh, Josh Elizar, and Aron Stien. All individuals involved live in Chicago, Illinois.
Today's 404 Podcast includes stories about a guy that's amassed every single PS2 game released in North America, a user-submitted show title generator, and Facebook's underwhelming new video chat plugin. We also have a bunch of quality video voicemails to show!
Two important dudes are giving big keynote addresses today: Steve Jobs and Barack Obama. You may have heard of them. We'll tell you where to get all the news. Plus, there is other news in the tech world today if you are on Apple info overload.
You could download the book for free on BitTorrent, but that didn't put a dent in the crowds who showed up in New York City to get their hands on the final 'Harry Potter' release last Friday evening.
Jennifer Feikin, Director of Google Video, talks about the content and potential of user-submitted videos. Video provided by Churchill Club.\r\n
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, and Justin Yu discuss "Inception" one more time (we swear), discover how e-Books for the Amazon Kindle have finally outsold hardcover books, and question a strange study about women in India.
Is Apple really giving me Google Street View before copy and paste? You can now tether the iPhone...if you're a baller. And Barack Obama uses my MacBook case!