Types and History of Video Storage

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014



Prior to recording, storing and distributing videos with the digital format, we’ve resorted to the analog version in the forms of tapes as well as optical discs. In the earlier days or televising or broadcasting videos, there are also the concept format of Phonovision and Kinescope, which goes all the way back to the 1920’s.


Looking at the means and methods we’re using today, there have been tremendous changes and improvements. Even though some might be obsolete, the technology has provided a very sturdy basis for some of the great achievements that we’ve seen and practically used or still using, until today.


    Amazon Fire TV

    Friday, April 4th, 2014


      iPhone 6: Release Date, Rumors and Features

      Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

      Recently, many rumors point to the next generation of iPhone, say iPhone 6. These rumors focus on the big screen size, sapphire crystal, display technology, design, iOS 8 and more. Whatever the rumors are, they give us a general description about what the upcoming generation of iPhone may look like. Now, lets have a look at what the rumors are.

      Rumor 1: Large screen size?

      Actually, there’s no definite word about the screen size of iPhone 6 for the time being. However, rumors suggest that the next generation of iPhone is going to have an increased size, comparing to 4-inches screen of iPhone 5. It’s likely that the screen size ranges from 4.7 inches to 5.5 inches. Some rumors even indicate that Apple will release two models. The small model has 4.7 inches, and the larger one has 5.5 inches.


        What Happened in Facebook?

        Monday, March 24th, 2014

        Started slightly over 10 years ago, there had been so much happening to and in Facebook. The first thing that I could recall was it’s lawsuit about who actually founded the social media platform. After that, came along the improvised layout or designs, games, user profiles, secure browsing, video calling and group chat, privacy control, mobile platform as well as other additional features. The most prominent one to me, was the Timeline’s introduction.


        His personal life, of course hasn’t been sparred. However, I’m not going into that subject. Other than that, I honestly can’t remember if there had been any significant low points or major setbacks that have ever happened, apart from the legal cases. Fast forward, they’ve celebrated their 10th year’s anniversary with a sweet video campaign this year. It’s about a video memoir titled A Look Back. Accompanied with a standard tune or music in the background, the video runs for a fixed 62 seconds, showcasing a stitched up collection of photos and events shared since the user has first subscribed to Facebook.


          Big to Small & Big in Small

          Monday, March 3rd, 2014


          Have you noticed this trend of transforming something physically BIG to SMALL? How about offering BIG features in SMALL casing? Does it ring a bell? How relevant is the BIG to SMALL & BIG in SMALL concept relates to the mobile and computing technology? Have it ever crossed your mind that the current mobile phones and computers are actually that?  (more…)

            Data Migration

            Friday, February 28th, 2014


              Flap It All Day!

              Friday, February 14th, 2014

              A List of Similar Games to Flappy Bird – Top 10 Free Games

              Still upset about the removal of Flappy Bird? It’s barely a week since the removal of the popular game developed by a Vietnamese that had claimed it has totally ruined his life. The removal, has a matter of fact disappointed a number of gamers whose grown so fond of it.


              It was so well-like owing to both it’s simplicity and complexity of the game. As the name suggests, all you have to do is flap (in order to navigate) whenever necessary to avoid hitting the obstacles and ended up killing yourself. The challenging part is that you can’t skip any of the levels or so-called obstacles. Hence, you’ll find yourself constantly replaying until you reaches the next level. The master key here is absolute patience.


                How to Stay Fit?

                Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

                What would you normally do in order to stay fit? Other than turning yourself into a complete Vegan or to incur a monthly subscription tied with the fitness and health clubs that you’ll probably end up not going, there are also other viable methods. When I say ‘how to stay fit’, that doesn’t necessarily mean to lose weight. It can be purely an action to change our lifestyle. It’s also one of the main and observable trends over the past years. Individuals, regardless of gender and age are becoming more and more health-conscious in order to improve their quality of life as well as life expectancy.


                  Latest Apple News

                  Saturday, February 8th, 2014

                  The latest buzz that’s been going around the bloc about Apple is definitely the iWatch and iPhone 6. It has actually been talked about so much recently that the anticipation for these two devices is building up day by day (or even by the hours). That’s especially more so when there’s the possibility of seeing the iPhone 6 on the market the soonest by Summer/Fall this year followed by the iWatch. We’re already in February and that’s not too far away!



                    Are You On Windows XP?

                    Sunday, January 26th, 2014

                    If your computer is running on Windows XP, some of you might not be aware of the fact that Microsoft is ending its’ support soon. After a continuous effort in servicing and supporting XP for the last 12 years, it’ll no longer be available after the 8th of April, 2014.



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