The Periscope team has announced that the app is being shut down next year as it's in an "unsustainable" state. Live video capabilities will live on through Twitter, which supports most core features.
Yet another report has emerged suggesting that in 2022, Apple is set to finally start taking lossless zoom seriously on its iPhone cameras. The company is set to introduce a 10x periscope lens.
Twitter has just launched a new live video feature which users can use to engage with their follower base. Optionally, users can take audio calls from approved guests during the call.
OPPO has announced today that it will show off its 10x hybrid optical zoom technology for phones at MWC 2019 next month along with significant improvements to its under-display fingerprint sensor.
Twitter has unveiled its new community guidelines for Twitter and Periscope. The document, which is easy for anyone to read, is aimed at making live streamers and viewers safe from online abuse.
It was only a matter of time before you would be able to share your world in 360-degrees. Periscope is debuting 'Live 360', which will allow users to live stream 360-degree content.
Periscope hasn't changed much since its inception close to a year ago, but the company is now introducing a new community drive comment moderation system to broadcasters and viewers.
Periscope is adding drone streaming, archiving of streams and a new search feature to its live streaming service, promising that the features will arrive in the coming weeks.
According to a credible new report, YouTube is looking to launch a new livestreaming app. This wouldn't be the first time the service tries to promote live videos but this time it may actually succeed
Live video streaming is rolling out to all Facebook users in the U.S. with an iPhone. It includes a major playback feature that may make it more popular than Twitter's Periscope.
From a Moose infection and holographic pets, to a new Windows build, cross-platform Cortana, Periscope on Play and Microsoft's crapware crackdown, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Twitter has officially released the live streaming app Periscope for Android users. The app allows users to broadcast video to users and receive feedback in the form of chat messages.
Pirates are in the crosshairs, targeted with thousands of takedown notices over the leaking of the first four episodes of the latest season of HBO's popular TV series, Game of Thrones.
A third party app is now available to offer Windows Phone users access to Periscope, a new live-streaming service from Twitter. Dubbed Telescope, the app is now freely available in the Store.