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Low-budget recreations of movie trailers are nothing new. We’ve seen plenty on YouTube, but one Star Trek Into Darkness fan this week leveraged Twitter’s six-second video service, Vine, in a crafty way to imitate the new film’s
When Marc Okrand graduated from Berkeley University with a degree in linguistics decades ago, he never guessed he’d become the mastermind behind a language with one of the biggest cult followings in the world.
Klingon — the official language spoken by
Satellite TV provider DirecTV reportedly is considering buying streaming video service Hulu, which would strip away some or all ownership from Comcast Corporation, News Corporation and Walt Disney Company. A similar scenario took place two years ago when
Sit back for a couple of minutes and take an exhilarating journey through Peru and Bolivia in this beautiful stop-motion video by Polish artist Piotr Wancerz of Timelapse Media. It’s an elaborate composite of 12,000 photos and video frames,
At the beginning of this year, Facebook overtook Google Maps as the most-used mobile app in the U.S. The social network giant also recently introduced a controversial new mobile interface, Facebook Home. Earlier this week, Home <a class="colorbox"
It’s a common practice for job applicants to use social media to stand out to employers. We’ve seen the Vine resume, the Kickstarter one and enough infographics to make you cry. But how often do you see a
Rapper Kanye West is always eager to grab attention in the most elaborate way possible. Now he’s debuting a new song in the form of videos simultaneously displayed on the exterior walls of more than five dozen buildings —