Privacy watchdog warns on default passwords as website streams video from unsecured webcams.
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Chinese smartphone maker invests US$300 million Baidu's online video site, IQiyi.com, as it looks to expand its internet TV content.
A Chinese netizen posted pictures and video of the suspected next-generation iPhone on Sina Weibo on Saturday, showing off the features of the iOS 8 system, health app as well as the smooth screen unlocked through Touch ID.
Justin.tv, the live-streaming website that birthed online videogame streaming platform Twitch has shut down, just months after rumours emerged that YouTube was in talks to buy the gaming video site for a reported US$1 billion.
Apple posted a video celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Mac on its website featuring some of its highest profile users sharing their Mac experiences.
If a website falls under attack by a hacker, why shouldn't it be able to respond? Juniper Networks shows ZDNet how businesses can fight back against common website attacks and help others know what is coming.
President Obama compares problems with the initial launch of U.S. healthcare site to iOS 7.
A free iOS app turns any iDevice into a free, wireless security camera that records and streams video via the cloud and allows you watch it remotely in real-time.
Where is the Apple TV? Spoiler: It's not coming.
Skype has added a new video messaging capability to Skype on iOS, Mac and Android. Windows support is coming too... some day.
The U.S. Sentencing Commission website has been hacked a second time. A code distributed by Anonymous "Operation Last Resort" turns ussc.gov into a game of Asteroids.
DNT was already supported by browsers from Microsoft, Mozilla and Apple, and now it's a feature of Chrome as well. But people turning on the feature in Google's browser are warned that many websites will still collect their data to serve ads.
Launching a film competition on an unsightly subject inspired Laurence Wolf to create a local online video competitions website.
Ericsson Research has launched Bowser, an experimental mobile browser for Android and iOS that works with WebRTC technology to allow developers to make more imaginative use of video.
Government blocks access to anti-Islam movie clip on YouTube and other sites, saying it "deeply hurt" the feelings of Pakistanis and Muslims worldwide; protests against movie rage across the country.
Apple's iOS has cool video streaming apps for the 2012 London Summer Games. So does Google's Android. But tough luck if you have a Jelly Bean device.
A Russian developer has hacked Apple's In-App Purchase program for iOS, allowing users to circumvent the payment process. This means you can purchase in-app content without actually paying. Most importantly, jailbreaking your device is not required.
A new website allows anyone to create passes for iOS 6 Passbook (for boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, loyalty cards, etc.) ahead of the public release of the API.
If you missed out on the short-lived VLC iOS app -- don't fret -- there's a solution for the venerable open-source video player.
The New York Times takes a novel approach to prove a point, by slapping a video game in the story itself, allowing the reader to blow up bits of the Times' website.