With Airtime, Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning hope to provide a better way to spontaneously meet new people online.
When Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning first teamed up in the late 1990s, they changed the way people share and discover music, with Napster. They’re hoping to be similarly disruptive with their new startup, Airtime, which lets users conduct video chats with Facebook friends and like-minded strangers over the Web.
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Thorsten Heins is on stage at BlackBerry World 2012 and has just unveiled the new BB10 camera app. It is designed to capture those “magic moments” you miss by not hitting that shutter quick enough. If you miss it by a couple of seconds, you can cycle back through the camera’s cache with a circular “timeline” lens and take your pick from the previous seconds worth of frames. It’s eerily reminiscent of technology used in the Nikon 1 series, although the implication here is that as soon as the camera app is loaded, it’ll start recording frames for your ease of use.
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