The family of the black North Carolina man whose shooting death by police triggered two nights of riots viewed videos of the episode on Thursday and asked for them to be made public, stepping up the pressure for their release.
Twitter on Tuesday stepped up its battle to attract video talent to its platform, saying it will allow US users who upload a video to share in any advertising revenue it generates.
Twitter, Facebook Inc, Snapchat and YouTube are a
Photobooth-ME, leaders in photobooths in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, UAE has launched three new world-leading products and has trebled its photo/videobooth range due to demand.
Approaching its seventh year in operation, Photobooth-ME has
Amateur video taken inside a crashed Emirates Boeing 777 shows chaos as passengers try to grab their luggage from overhead compartments while one woman, apparently a flight attendant, shouts at them to evacuate the plane.
Pepsi has launched a new PepsiMoji-filled video to demonstrate how the global language emojis can be used to communicate in ways that traverse boundaries in celebration of World Emoji Day on July 17.
Pepsi has taken emojis offline
Facebook has signed deals worth more than $50 million with media companies and celebrities to create videos for its live-streaming service, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Facebook has signed nearly 140 deals, including with CNN
Mobile broadband usage behaviour in Saudi Arabia stands out compared to the global markets, driven by high smartphone ownership, access to 4G networks and strong interest in new services, a report said.
The latest Ericsson Consume
A group of former Skype technologists, backed by the co-founder of the messaging platform, has introduced a new version of its own messaging service that promises end-to-end encryption for all conversations, including by video.
Panasonic’s new 4K ultra-high definition Camcorder WXF990 is being showcased at the ongoing Cabsat 2016 in Dubai, UAE.
Created to match the expectations of discerning customers, the new camcorder offers b
Increasing high speed connectivity, cheaper pay TV, high-definition (HD) TV, and the growing adoption of over-the-top (OTT) videos will redefine the business environment for the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) media industry in the next fi