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Windows Media Center won't survive the upgrade to Windows 10, but DVD playback will.
The live streaming video app starts reducing its Twitter dependency after losing access to the network's social graph.
Brands can post just to their Pages but not to News Feed, and target their videos to users based on gender, age, and location—but only if they use Facebook's newly updated Video API.
Twitter and Periscope confirm that the livestreaming video app is now part of the Twitter flock. Periscope is reportedly similar to Meerkat, a competing video streaming startup that's making waves.
YouTube claims this update to its app will also upload videos more quickly than before.
Microsoft's Skype app has received a facelift that makes it look more like Windows Phone--which may or not be a good thing. The new app is available as a preview for Windows, and version 7.0 for the Mac.
Highfive's $799 device connects to an HDTV and lets you "throw" a conference from a mobile device to the larger display. But it'll need that Android app (coming soon) to start making a real dent.
Extreme sports videos can be tough to watch without feeling nauseous. Now, Microsoft has an algorithm for that.
Google's improvements to its under-the-radar videoconferencing tool include SLA support, dial-out capabilities, personal calendaring, and more.
Users can make group calls for free on Windows PCs, so why not tablets, too? Microsoft has solved that problem.
Microsoft executives say Video Tuner will play the same role as some of Nokia's on-phone apps.