The baddest action camera on the block is about to get even better. We just got an exclusive look at the first GoPro camera to capture silky smooth 240fps slow motion in glorious high definition. We've got the very first footage from a GoPro Hero4 equipped with a hot new firmware update that will bring that and much…
HItachi's latest screen—something that may pop up in future phones and other portable devices—combines everything you'd ever want (and didn't want) in one display. Meaning glasses-less 3D, 4.5 inch IPS-based LCD and a stunning 1280x720 resolution.
Whether you're a private eye, an insecure lover, or just an especially industrious pervert, the days of grainy, black and white video being good enough are long gone. You crave HD. ZionEyez Spy Glasses have you covered with their built-in 720p video camera.
New MacBook Pros are here, with spiffy HD cameras popped into their faces. Neat! HD video chat sounds fun. Less fun? The fact that Apple's FaceTime app—you know, the program for the chat protocol they're trying to make ubiquitous—is no longer free.
Vid, the proprietary (and simple) voice calling software from Logitech, is getting updated to support 720p HD. Logitech's also putting out four new compatible HD cameras, some of them super cheap, and one of them that does 1080p (local recording).
The iPad's screen is relatively low resolution, just 1,024 x 768 pixels. If you're watching a moves in widescreen with letterboxing, these screenshots from the A-Team trailer from Apple.com make it clear there's little difference. When zoomed in, however...
My first thought watching Skype be demonstrated on a 55" Panasonic Viera Cast TV was that it's going to be incredibly useful—though a bit laggy—way to keep in touch with family and friends. My second: Ac-TING!
Big news from Skype: They're making a push for better video quality, with both new HD webcams and software support, but that's not the biggest deal here. They're also partnering with LG and Panasonic for Skype-enabled HDTVs.
A Muppets version of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody? You got me at Gonzo and the chickens. This is one of the first 1080p YouTube clips, weighing 107MB compared to the 72MB 720p. Does the resolution make any difference? You bet.
The big question: Can the Zune HD compete with the iPod Touch? I get the sense that Microsoft isn't trying to, exactly.
The first samples of HD video shot with the Olympus E-P1 have made it online, and it certainly looks like this camera has some skills.
The truth is that most of us are probably not getting the most out of our HDTV.
Intel is now shipping their new 1.66GHz Atom N280 processors to PC makers—a chip should give netbooks a performance boost with HD video.
Pentax has got two new Optio pocket cameras for us, each with a clear purpose in mind. The name of the game for the P70? Slim lines and HD video. The E70? Dollars and cents.
Most of you know that seeing the difference between 720p and 1080p depends on screen size and how far away you sit—but, in the end, it really comes down to your eyes.
Sharp's expanding its WXGA line with the PG-F255W projector, packing 1280x800 resolution, Sharp's BrilliantColor tech, 2,200:1 contrast ratio, 2,500 ANSI Lumens, Ethernet, variable audio line-out, and a USB port. It's a lot for not so much cash, coming in at less than $1000.