Remember the days before video cameras were "a thing"? You would have to record 8mm movies using film that could not be erased. Most cameras had the capacity to film only a few minutes with a roll of 8mm film. If you miss the grainy images and the dust that would fly across the … [Read more...] about Take “vintage” 8mm-style video with the Free Apple App of the Week
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If you’ve picked up a cheap streaming dongle from Google in the past couple of years then you might want to go and check up on the offers page for the device — Google is celebrating the Chromecast’s second birthday with a number of promotional deals, including a … [Read more...] about Google celebrates Chromecast’s 2nd birthday with free movie rentals
Everyone has those days where they fire up Netflix or Hulu, only to find they’ve already watched every good movie the service has to offer. Few of us have actually seen all the movies on Netflix (is that even possible?) but it’s reasonable to look for other options … [Read more...] about Where to watch free movies online — the legal way
Google really wants more people to experience virtual reality movie viewing, and has partnered with The New York Times to distribute a million Google Cardboard VR viewers, through which wearers can watch specially produced films using the NYT VR app. How will people get their … [Read more...] about The New York Times has a VR movie app, and is giving away Google Cardboard this weekend
Have you bought your dad anything for Father’s Day? We already published a guide of cool tech gifts for dad, but if your old man isn’t ready for a remote controlled Bald Eagle, how about free movie tickets for a year? MoviePass has partnered with us to give one of you … [Read more...] about Win a year of free movie theater tickets for Father’s Day!