Service for privately sharing videos says it can help you easily transfer and store your Flip vids--before Cisco shuts down FlipShare for good.
If you have movies living on Cisco's Flip Video FlipShare service, you might want to download them now.
That's the post-rebate price, but it's still a killer deal on a camcorder that used to sell for $229. And check out the bonus deal: free Bob Seger MP3s!
Cisco's decision to cease operations of Flip Video caught a lot of people by surprise. If you've decided to jump ship, too, and want to archive your videos from the FlipShare program, we'll show you how.
This week, we reflected on Chrome, gazed at the stars, turned our house into one big game controller, and dropped way too much cash on an Amazon Kindle.
If you want to get your hands on one of the last remaining Flip pocket video cameras, now's the time to buy. Just share video carefully.
A less-than-encouraging note from Cisco has me not recommending these minicamcorders.
This week's Ask Maggie offers some advice to Flip camera customers who are wondering what to do now that Cisco has canceled the product.
The company is ditching its Flip video camera business, which it bought for $590 million just two years ago, as it makes "tough decisions" meant to get it back on track.
Flip Video has released a new pocket camcorder, the SlideHD, which features a large 3-inch touch-screen display that tilts and enables you to more easily share videos with friends and family while traveling.