Facebook’s Live Video simplifies live streaming for everyone

Indeed, unlike Meerkat and Periscope, you don’t have to download an additional app to give Facebook’s livestreaming a go; you should already have it as long as you have the Facebook app (That said, Periscope did recently integrate with Twitter so you can at least watch livestreams on the latter’s app). To access it, tap the “Status” button at the top of the homepage and select the live video icon on the...

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Facebook’s Live Video simplifies live streaming for everyone

Indeed, unlike Meerkat and Periscope, you don’t have to download an additional app to give Facebook’s livestreaming a go; you should already have it as long as you have the Facebook app (That said, Periscope did recently integrate with Twitter so you can at least watch livestreams on the latter’s app). To access it, tap the “Status” button at the top of the homepage and select the live video icon on the...

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Apple Introduces watchOS 2 with Native Apps and New Apple Watch Sport Models

Activity App Feel a sense of accomplishment when you close your Move, Exercise, and Stand rings. Workout App Get detailed measurements during specific workouts like cycling, running, and elliptical. Third-Party Workout Apps Keep using your favorite apps. Workouts you do with them count toward closing your Activity rings. See the original post here: Apple Introduces watchOS 2 with Native Apps and New Apple Watch Sport...

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ICYMI: Printing in 4D, solar panel breakthrough and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: Scientists at Harvard have figured out how to print incredibly small, shape-shifting creations out of hydrogel that can then morph from 3D to 4D depending on water or heat is applied to them. Scientists figured out how to grow a material that could make solar panels cheaper. And a new jacket on Indiegogo captures heat from UV light then stores it in a steel mesh center to warm you up.If you need to...

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ICYMI: Printing in 4D, solar panel breakthrough and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: Scientists at Harvard have figured out how to print incredibly small, shape-shifting creations out of hydrogel that can then morph from 3D to 4D depending on water or heat is applied to them. Scientists figured out how to grow a material that could make solar panels cheaper. And a new jacket on Indiegogo captures heat from UV light then stores it in a steel mesh center to warm you up.If you need to...

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