One of my coworkers signed up for and received a Qik account. He tested it out on an N82 at the office over WiFi. The quality of the encoded flash video is a little pixelated but I guess that is the compromise you make for live video streaming. Here is the test video shot out the window of our office in Tokyo.
Nvidia demoed their new mobile graphics processor, named the Nvidia APX 2500, in a prototype device at MWC in Spain. It looks cool and demonstrates what is possible when graphics chips are embedded in mobile devices. Too bad it seems to only work with windoze mobile currently.
I love my Xbox 360s, I think Popfly rocks (Silverlight will bring much needed competition to Flash). Plus, I can’t live without Exchange and its server-side rules. I love my Microsoft mouse more than any other mouse in the world. Surface looks totally awesome, too. Microsoft does some amazing things - very amazing things. My choice, however, for a primary desktop operating system is no longer Windows - it’s Mac OS X.
Today is Wednesday that means Thai Truck for Lunch in Meguro. While waiting in line at the Thai Truck I bumped into another fellow Vox neighbor, Shin. It was nice to meet a fellow Vox member while waiting at the Thai Truck, another interesting thing is Shin told me he started going to the Thai Truck after seeing the yummy looking food here on Vox! Wow, what a nice community we have here on Vox. =)
Shin, a question my co-worker asked me while we were walking back to our office, how did you find the exact location of the Thai Truck? Was it just from my photos or did you somehow find the phone # and call them?
I found this site called Buy iMovies by clicking on a Google Ad. I was expecting the Google Ad to bring me to an AppleTV site or the iTunes store but instead it brought me to this sort of unofficial looking Buy iMovies site. They advertise the ability to purchase from anywhere in the world downloadable MP4 movies that can be played onthe iPod Video, iPod Touch, and iPhone. From browsing through their library of movies they seem to have a fairly large selection ranging from older classics to new movies. They also have a small selection of TV shows available for purchase. I was wondering is this really a legal site? I would guess no, and them using the name iMovies alone I would expect Apple to have them shutdown pretty soon. I didn't buy anything from them but then again I am curious, if you do purchase the movie from them could you then download the movie? If so is this legal or not? Again my guess is it's not legal.
If you take a look at this site I'd like to know what do you think? Legal or not?