Microsoft Hyperlapse now works with older smartphones

Microsoft Hyperlapse

You may recall that I was slightly miffed that my HTC One M7 was not compatible with Microsoft Hyperlapse, that has changed. Typically, now that I am rocking a shiny new HTC One M9, the Hyperlapse video smoothing app has been updated and is capable of supporting older devices that were previously unable loaded with […]

Win a new Panasonic Blu-ray DVD Player worth £90

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To celebrate the new Viera TV range, Panasonic’s offering one lucky GadgetyNews reader a Blu-ray DVD player worth £90, so they can enjoy watching high quality films at home. Panasonic Viera TVs, which I got to see at IFA, Berlin, as part of the Viera VIP Club, produce stunning images and are packed with ‘beyond […]

UK pirates now to get away unpunished


The new voluntary copyright alert programme (Vcap) will see naughty pirates get issued with up to four warnings annually if their broadband connection is known to be unlawfully sharing files. What happens if you ignore these warnings you may ask? Nothing. You read correctly. As of next year if, after four warnings, the perpetrator continues […]

Just 10 bucks to possibly appear in Star Wars: Episode VII

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If you fancy putting on a furry suit or long antennas and appear in the next Star Wars film, then all you have to do is donate $10. Today JJ Abrams has helped announce a new charity campaign run by Disney, Lucasfilm, and his own production company, Bad Robot. The initiative, called Star Wars: Force […]

YouTube creators release MixBit iOS app – create and edit videos on your iPhone


After being unveiled back in April of this year the creators of Mixbit, Steve Chen and Chad Hurley (aka the two original co-founders of YouTube) have released a new Mixbit iOS application this week to support their MixBit video service. The new Mixbit iOS App has been created to allow users to upload up to […]

PLAiR smart streaming device now ready to buy


Remember the PLAiR smart dongle I told you about back in January? Well, it’s now ready to purchase. PLAiR has been designed to free up its users from the mirroring restrictions of AirPlay and other alternatives. Plair uses your local wireless network to connect your computer, tablet or smartphone to your television wirelessly, enabling you […]