As we reported last weekend, the Sept. 2 livestream of the Hugo Awards was halted when copyright robots detected some Doctor Who footage in the broadcast (for the winning theatrical presentation, Neil Gaiman's "The Doctor's Wife."). The feed was taken down, for "copyright infringement," and nobody at streaming…
Ustream, already available on iPhone, Android and Honeycomb tablets, is finally bringing its streaming content to the iPad. What's even better is that the Ustream app supports AirPlay so you can beam videos to bigger screens.
If the Canon EOS 5D Mark II was good enough to film the entire season finale of House on, there it should be more than adequate to use as a Skype webcam. But how?
Japanese maker CEREVO's innovative product should've really gone on sale a couple of years ago when iJustine and co were at their peak, but I do appreciate a good camera with a unique twist—in this case, Ustream support.
While the Android app store is still far from the gajillion iPhone mark, some software is better on the former because of Apple's third-party developer limitations. Like the new Ustream for Android, which can broadcast live video to the web.
Previous versions of the UStream app for the iPhone only allowed you to stream video from the service. Their latest offering finally allows you to record and send video to the web.
It's not quite the App Store, but Ustream's broadcasting app is here on jailbroken iPhones. It joins Qik, which already does the same thing.
Their CEO demoed the app to Techcrunch, which is currently waiting for Apple's approval. No other app, including ones by Apple, has been able to shoot video on the iPhone without being jailbroken, so this would be the first.
Their CEO told TechCrunch that users will be able to "participate" in the live chat of the stream directly on the phone. It's the 16th now, and the inauguration is on the 20th, so if Ustream hopes to make it on time, Apple had better get approvin' soon. [Techcrunch]