Livestream, which helps people and companies record and stream live video over the Internet, cues up the first Google Glass app to broadcast right from your face.
In its largest cash deal ever, the online retail giant will acquire the popular site known for broadcasting live video game play.
This fully funded Kickstarter lets you capture 360-degree HD video and photos and stream it in real time over Wi-Fi.
The app now includes live-streaming from A&E, Bravo, Food Network, Syfy, and others.
UrtheCast is poised to offer free, near-real-time views of our big blue marble from the point of view of the International Space Station.
This story incorrectly reported Ustream's number of expected registered users. That number is 30 million.
exclusive The company in a two-way race to be the Internet's prime live-event streamer catches up with Ustream by adding an Android app to watch and broadcast live video on the go.
The company aimed at becoming the Internet's prime live-event streamer scores the promise of a large cache of high-profile events by joining forces with the talent and marketing agency behind Wimbledon and New York Fashion Week.
Roku has long had live elements among its hundreds of channels, but a new one from Livestream injects the set-top box with its first dedicated wholly to at-that-moment events.
A Google Glass-wearing surgeon transmits video of major knee surgery to colleagues and students. It's a first-of-its-kind moment in the US and a big step for wearable tech.