The live-streaming platform gets HD-quality streaming by having users process the video in real time on their machines. The results are gorgeous.
Justin.tv on Tuesday is rolling out a tweaked version of its broadcasting tools that the company says is bringing in a 700 percent increase in the number of people who begin a live stream.
Viewers reportedly egged on the man, who overdosed while on live Internet video.
Verizon explains its early termination fee reasoning. It turns out it's just trying to help the poor.
New weekly CNET TV fixture is a tech sensation.
So we talked about a lot of serious news today including the Justin.TV suicide, the new Google wiki search and the unauthorized access of Barack Obama's Verizon calling records. But really, Rafe's description of net-connected Deer is what I'll remember a
Author of upcoming book The Cult of the Amateur: How today's Internet is killing our culture and assaulting our Economy, Keen is emerging as the one of the chief critics of new media.
Justin.TV relaunches with a slew of new features. Where's the main attraction? Sleeping in of course.
2007 is nearly over. What's made a splash, and what's sunk fast? We take a look at some of the movers and shakers from this year, and where they are now.