Check out this demo of the Livestream Livepack – described as â€œa satellite television truck in a backpack.â€ Plug in a camera and you can stream HD video to the web, wirelessly.
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Updating a story we first told you about in January, wireless memory card maker Eye-Fi today announced the release of two new wireless SD memory cards that will upload videos directly from a digital camera to a computer and the Web. In addition to automatic photo uploads, the next generation Eye-Fi cards can deliver users’ […]
Eye-Fi has announced that it is developing a way to let users wirelessly upload videos from a digital camera to YouTube and/or to a home computer.
â€œWeâ€™re aiming to do for video what weâ€™ve already done for photos: provide the easiest, simplest way to save and share your digital memories,â€ says Jef Holove, CEO for Eye-Fi.
Audioengine has introducedÂ a high-end wireless adapter for iPods and iPhones,Â the Audioengine W2.Â The AW2 uses uncompressed CD-quality transmission technology with no network setup, software, or computer required. The system lets you wirelessly send you music, at up to CD-quality, to a hi-fi system. The Audioengine W2 (AW2) Premium Wireless Adapter for iPod is priced at […]
Note: See update at the end of this article. AT&T has just announced a fantastic perk for iPhone owners with AT&T contracts, free WiFi for iPhone customers on the nation’s largest Wi-Fi hotspot network. This opens up more than 17,000 hotspots, including Starbucks, to iPhone users to use for free on their iPhone, laptop or […]
Though we haven’t seen any official announcement from AT&T, its site is already touting 3G iPhone coverage and free wireless access at the company’s 17,000 hotspots. The AT&T site now touts 3G support for the iPhone: Data Access In order to use data such as email, Google Maps, YouTube videos and web browsing, AT&T recommends […]
Other World Computing announced today the availability of 802.11n WiFi Adapters that promise to let any Macintosh computer upgrade to 802.11n wireless connectivity via USB, PCMCIA, or PCI card options. With 802.11n, indoor ranges of up to 220 feet (outdoor up to 500 feet) and performance of up to 300Mbps are possible â€” or up […]
MacRumors reports that AT&T hotspots are now offering free Wi-Fi access to iPhone users. Barnes and Noble, Starbucks and presumably AT&T’s 71,000 other Wi-fi hotspot locations are now offering iPhone users a custom portal to access free Wi-Fi. A special iPhone formatted page asks for your mobile phone number. Once entered, you can access the […]
Apple today introduced Time Capsule, a backup appliance that automatically and wirelessly backs up everything on one or more Macs running Leopard, the latest release of Apple‚Äôs Mac OS X operating system. Time Capsule combines an 802.11n base station with a server grade hard disk in one small package. Time Capsule offers the benefits of […]
CES: iLuv will debut the iLuv i399 iPod speaker dock, which features an integrated Bluetooth enabled wireless music feature that’s good up to 300ft. The i399 BluePin 2.1 Channel Hi-Fi Audio System is the first iLuv product to feature BluePin II technology. With the detachable BluePin II, users can listen to music on Bluetooth headphones […]