PBS documentary Steve Jobs One Last Thing is now streaming in its entirety on PBS.org. In the two clips below, we see an anecdote involving the cross section of Jobs, Sean Lennon, Andy Warhol and the first Macintosh and a
Apple’s new iPhone, its fourth in four years, reaches stores on Thursday. Ordinarily, this is where you’d expect to find a review of it. But honestly — what’s the point? The iPhone 4 is already a hit. AT&T says that
Yeah, I said it. That word “killer.” Is it so bad? Only if you believe that the AF100 will literally destroy the niche now explosive market carved out by HDSLR cameras, like Canon’s 5D mkII and 7D, the newer 60D,
Good news for iPhone 3GS owners not content with simply writing, casting, storyboarding, shooting, and scoring on their iPhones. Thanks to ReelDirector ($7.99), the latest app from the folks at Nexvio, you can now EDIT video on your iPhone as well.
Still, the brave few continue to pop up with bright ideas they hope will capture public fancy and studio support. Hollywood seems stuck in first gear when it comes to the race to embrace the Digital Revolution. After more than
RED's Jim Jannard has hit out at DSLR shooters, saying they should be 'embarrassed' to be shooting 1080p on line skipping sensors. UPDATE Some interpretations of Jim's comments have it that Jannard was addressing Canon and not DSLR users. If