AVerMedia announced today the launch of an exciting new product in their LIVE STREAMER technology. It is available at Amazon and Best Buy now, for a suggested MSRP of $69.99. This new mic, the MIC 133 provides high-quality (20Hz-16KHz) audio in a compact, versatile package. This will be useful with cameras, laptops and mobile devices. The included accessories will also add functionality, whether indoors or out, for voice recording or vocals. This will be useful with or without headphone monitoring, no matter the circumstances. This is especially important for “IRL” streamers, where anything can happen, and often does, without a script. It is compatible with the Android, iOS and Windows systems, and will compliment the rest of the Live Streamer line of products. The Live Streamer MIC 133 package includes the AM133 unidirectional cardioid condenser microphone that can be connected to a smartphone or laptop via 3.5mm jack or mounted on a camera via its built-in camera shoe … [Read more...] about AVerMedia Launches Compact, Versatile ‘Live Streamer MIC 133’ Microphone
Smartphone launched today
[Source: Pixabay] Even just one year ago, if you’d told me that we’d be playing console games on our smartphones and tablets, I wouldn’t have believed you. Or, if I had, I would have assumed it to be some sort of streaming service. But, here we are, playing Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on devices small enough to fit into our pockets, whilst consoles like Nintendo’s wildly popular portable Switch console become the fastest selling console in US history. It’s a fundamental shift for a business which has always been home-hardware first, with manufacturers putting their best efforts into home consoles and considering mobile hardware second. I mean, Microsoft has never released a portable console, leaving Nintendo to absolutely dominate the space for decades with only a little competition from Sony. But what got us to a point of gaming going mobile at an increasingly rapid rate? Well, there are two major forces: [Source: Pixabay] … [Read more...] about What Created Today’s Mobile Gaming Revolution?
Hey Shouters, I’m so happy today to write this official announcement post for the launch of official ShoutMeLoud Android app. At the starting of this year (2015), my aim was to target mobile users as the number of smartphone users are rising every day and finally ShoutMeLoud Android app is live on Google play store. I was looking for some free options to develop out Android app initially but realised it’s not the right way to go because ShoutMeLoud is not just a blog but a brand itself. Moreover, I have received several requests from Android and iOS users to have a dedicated app for ShoutMeLoud blog. ( iOS users you need to wait for just a little time). I would like to thank Aneesh Bhatnagar who created the first version of ShoutMeLoud as a gift for all of us. The first version was released with a basic UI and functionality and later on we revamped the complete UI and functionality of the app. The new app UI is built from scratch to give you a great … [Read more...] about Learn Blogging on Your Android SmartPhone With ShoutMeLoud App
Long-form content (especially long-form articles and blog posts) is currently trending on the web among brands and bloggers because they’re proven to bring more search engine and social media traffic. However, long-form content is not something new. They existed as e-books, whitepapers, guides, etc. for a very long time. It’s just that now it’s everywhere — on blogs, e-zines, news portals, etc. That said, it’s also true that our attention spans are getting shorter — thanks to smartphones and social networks. Long-form content possibly gained its traction among bloggers because of the Google Panda algorithm update because it started rewarding high-quality content and penalized low-quality content (mainly content farms). Now what’s high-quality and what’s low-quality? Well, it depends and varies. Check out: In early 2000s, it was super-easy to get search engine traffic to a website as long as it’s got some content rich web pages. It … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Comparison With Pros & Cons
If you have already read the past few blog posts then you might have noticed that it’s all about Microsoft – Microsoft Office Outlook 2013, Hotmail Outlook.com, Gmail, etc. As I wrote earlier our digital life is usually about – Mail, Planner, Cloud, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, and Reminder. And then I listed the Top 25 iPhone Apps that help me to organize my digital life too. When I was done, Microsoft launched the next version of their flagship operating system – Windows 8. Again, it changed my digital life. By now you probably know I’m one of those Microsoft fanboy who is was obsessed with Google products and services. Now I’m going to tell you how Windows 8 helped me organize my desktop the way iPhone redefined mobile computing. My New Preferred Non-Google Products & Services Mail (Outlook.com & Office Outlook 2013) Planner (Microsoft OneNote) Cloud (Microsoft SkyDrive) Contacts (Outlook Contacts synced with Facebook, Skype, … [Read more...] about How To Break Free From Google’s Prison