Flip Video cameras get a compact external microphone, technology that can visually recognize specific animals, Google Docs is headed for the iPad, finding an email address by someone's license plate and stop-motion gets really tiny.
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External microphones are always a good idea to get the best possible sound on your video. Now Blue Microphones is introducing the Mikey for Flip, a compact mic that will connect right to your Flip Video camera.
We know about facial recognition for people, but researchers are starting to develop it for identifying animals. It's sounding like a good alternative to a physical tag, and the traumatic handling that can involve.
If you use Google Docs, chances are you often would like to edit them when you're away from your computer. It looks like Docs will be coming to iPads and other mobile devices in the near-future, so get ready to spend less time at your desk!
Would you want other drivers on the road with you to be able to find you online through your license plate? Bump.com is betting you would and is putting together a service to make that possible.
Do like to stream or get your movies and TV on DVD? Netflix has you covered both ways, for $8.99 a month.