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15 must-see slow-motion iPhone 5S videos

One of the major new features of the iPhone 5S camera is slow-motion video. We've compiled some of the best early videos, taken by new buyers.

By September 23, 2013


FatWallet offers cash back on Amazon MP3s, videos

It's only 3 percent, but it adds up -- especially if you buy a lot of music and rent a lot of movies.

By July 11, 2012


U.S. video game industry sales continue slide

NPD Group reports that total video game industry sales fell 10 percent last month, while Microsoft claims that its Xbox 360 remained the best-selling console in the United States.

By July 14, 2011


Facebook and Google+'s video chat tools compared

We take both of these shiny new video chat services for a spin and let you know some of the good, and the bad, and more importantly, which one you should use.

By July 7, 2011


S-video connection problems for MacBooks

A number of MacBook owners who use Apple's S-video adaptor have been experiencing resolution and color problems with S-video output after updating to Snow Leopard.

By November 24, 2009


Snow Leopard showing up in black and white on televisions when connected via DVI to S-Video adapter

Users have expressed frustrations with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard appearing in black and white when they connect their computers to their televisions with Apple's DVI to S-Video adapter.

By September 8, 2009


What does Google see in On2's video tech?

Google is ponying up $106.5 million for video compression technology. Does it just want it to make YouTube cheaper to run, or does it have something grander in mind?

By August 5, 2009


iPhone 3G S video quality

Take a look at this sample clip, shot on the Apple iPhone 3G S.

June 24, 2009


S-Video is dead on AV receivers--do you care?

Fewer AV receivers are including S-Video inputs, and even fewer devices are including S-Video ports. Does anyone still care about S-Video?

By February 23, 2009


'Halo 3' drives September U.S. video game sales

Total sales in September soar to $1.36 billion, up from $779 million a year earlier, according to market research.

By October 18, 2007