BritBox, a streaming service offering shows from ITV, the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5, has launched in the United Kingdom (via BBC). Priced at £5.99 a month, the joint-venture between ITV and the BBC is being pitched as an additional streaming service for viewers who want to view classic
Minecraft Education Edition has shipped a new experience for students to learn about New Zealand’s indigenous Māori culture. Developed in New Zealand over a course of five weeks by Piki Studios, the new world, called Ngā Motu (The Islands), allows students to explore traditional aspects of the Māori culture, history,
Posted by Adarsh Fernando, Product Manager During these uncertain times, we’re humbled by the many developers around the world who are finding ways to keep doing what they do best—create amazing apps for Android. Whether you’re working from your kitchen table on a laptop or from a home office, you
Apple has made quite the impression over the years, especially in the technology sphere. But also when it comes to marketing. The company has seen some of the best marketing efforts over the years, and now one of the most prestigious festivals is awarding the company for that hard work.
In November on Xbox One, become the world’s greatest detective in Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter and then take a ride across a dystopian world in The Final Station. On Xbox 360, and Xbox One via Backward Compatibility, the Force takes flight with Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter, then enjoy madcap
Linux Foundation executive Chris Aniszczyk has been an outspoken opponent of open source “tip jars” that seek to sustain projects with donations. But many such developers don’t want a 9-to-5 corporate job, preferring the independence of contract work. Open source sustainability, in other words, is messy. Read More at TechRepublic
Later today, Nikon will unveil a new 8K time-lapse created using their Nikon Z 7 camera, and the results and process are quite impressive. The time-lapse, “Earth, Wind & Inspire,” will be debuted on a gigantic 8K screen at NAB later today. Though shot entirely on the Nikon Z 7, it used a
The guys over at TECH4 sent us this Lithe Audio Bluetooth ceiling speaker to check out. We’ve got a ceiling for it in mind, but won’t be able to install it for a while yet, so we set it up on the bench in the meantime to complete our review