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Blackmagic Design has been very very busy. On the heels of releasing significant software updates for its ATEM switcher line, BMD has also been refreshing almost its entire product line. With all the new product coming from Blackmagic every year at NAB, there is no wonder they appear to be the siren of south hall. […]
A stable broadband connection is an essential component of a successful live stream. When you’re on the road, access to broadband services can be limited. Some places don’t have many broadband options. Other places have no options at all and require you to bring your own Internet services such a satellite, or BGAN. When in […]
Today NewTek, maker of the TriCaster and 3Play line of multi-function production and replace devices announced its latest product offering: the TriCaster Mini. TriCaster began its illustrious career as a portable “lunchbox” alternative to the NewTek Video Toaster, or VT. When this all-in-one solution was release in 2006, it captured the imagination of many producers […]
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GoPro, the premiere maker of small action video cameras announced today it will have an initial public offering (IPO) of stock In the company. U.S. residents can elect to purchase shares in their IPO through LOYAL3 in amounts ranging from $100-$10,000, with no transaction fees.
Doesn’t appear that any change in speeds have occurred as of yet jn the Washington DC area after Verizon’s announcement of it’s AWS-based XLTE rollout Monday. 700mhz LTE devices are still suffering from a congested network, and speed test.com tests on an iPhone 5s see no apparent increase in speed.
Today Verizon introduces an expanded LTE footprint it dubs “XLTE”, which is based on the AWS spectrum it purchased from the U.S. government. XLTE promises to be twice the speed of LTE. In some markets, this will likely mean that the amazingly fast speeds we saw in the first weeks of LTE deployment may return. […]
People have a right to know by whom they are attempting to be persuaded. – Former Acting FCC Chairman Michael Copps.