Facebook has been in the works of Live video feeds for some time now, The Social network website has extended its initial 90 minutes of Live video feed up to 24 hours.
You can now stream live video for a maximum of 24 hours but the drawback about the latest improvement is that a user doesn’t have the liberty to rewind or advance to a particular frame on the live stream during the broadcast.
Features that come along with the 24-hour live streaming includes multi-camera broadcasts, on-screen graphics which allows a user to create graphics in live video and chief among this features is the ability to send video to someone on Facebook with a specific location.
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has announced fresh plans to license new spectrums on the 38GHz and 42GHz bands. This intention was made public by the commission on Thursday in Lagos at a stakeholders’ consultative forum.
The NCC under its new plan will also readjust the existing 23GHz spectrum band by increasing its capacity availability from 7MHz to 28MHz.
The timeline for the utilization of the new 38GHz and 42GHz spectrums is within four to six months depending on the time the NCC will release the final framework of the spectrum while the set date for the switchover date from 7MHz to 28MHz in the existing 23GHz frequency [...]
For the first time since the introduction of Windows 8 OS, Microsoft has decided to update the “much-feared” Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) which will either indicate a bad Hard disk or an incompatible Wireless Card or other critical conditions.
The updated blue screen now displays a QR code, you might be wondering what business does a QR code have with the BSOD well, for your information the QR code when scanned now gives a detailed image of what the BSOD fault is all about thereby making it easier to proffer a solution to the fault.
Unlike the BSOD interface we are all familiar with, it doesn’t stay visible for a very long time it only comes up for a [...]
While you might be complaining about flash being an old piece of technology and thinking about moving with the latest trend in technology (HTML5) but here are some few things you need to know, aside the fact that Flash has been around for a couple of years now, and also some users complaining about the disturbance it normally caused when surfing the internet with ads and animations. Here are a few reasons why you should appreciate Flash.
It’s less power consuming with great graphics experience compared to HTML5, a video on Youtube has proved this right, video playback is more flexible with Flash, it is also light, talking about animations, ads, and video [...]