You could pay hundreds of dollars to see Paul McCartney and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, or you could see them for free. More music festivals are livestreaming their concerts without charge as the ultimate marketing tool. For music fans, it's a chance to rock out from the best seats in the house.
Spotify is streaming its first live gig this week. The popular music-streaming service will beam La Roux and a cast of electro-wibblers direct to your computer tomorrow from live on stage in London.
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.
New Burberry clothing at London Fashion Week features RFID tags that zap your phone with DVD extras for clothes.
Organizers say new technology will offer "virtual front-row seat" to convention proceedings in Tampa.
The technology for live-streaming gameplay is still imperfect, but the era of physical media is ending.
Video host and livestreaming service Veodia is ditching Quicktime for Adobe's Flash.
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YouTube is going live. Google's video-sharing website has turned on the option to broadcast live to the watching masses, so fire up your webcam and get ready to say "Hi mum!".
New service creates data stream that marries location with video.