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  • TechRadar

    If you've splashed out on the brand new LG G3 smartphone, you can now enjoy YouTube streaming at beyond HD quality. The Google-made app for Android now supports 1440p streaming, making full use of the G3's impressive 2560 x 1440 QHD display resolution. QHD: Why it's the future of smartphones The option to up the streaming resolution from the previous best of 1080p is only available on devices...


    09/08/2014
  • VG247

    Copyright sweeps and limited archiving: big changes are coming to Twitch, and users are alarmed. Twitch today announced two major policy changes, both of which impact end users. According to the Twitch blog, the service today implemented an audio recognition system. This system checks archived videos for copyright material, and enforces 30 minutes of silence […]


    07/08/2014
  • The Rio Times

    By Kate Rintoul, Contributing Reporter RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL — Since launching in 2012, ParaMaker has become the country’s largest YouTube network with thousands of highly subscribed channels and is committed to nurturing the careers of a growing number of young independent filmmakers and performers. The company is an extension of Maker Studios in Los […]


    06/08/2014

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      UltraLinx

      Making a GIF usually requires some knowledge of Photoshop or going through the hassle of using some web app that ends up putting an ugly watermark on your GIF. However a developer has put together an awesome tool that allows you to quickly make a GIF from nearly any YouTube video. The reason I say […] Original Article - Make a GIF From Any YouTube Video By Putting ‘GIF’ At The Front of the URL...


      17/08/2014
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      Tech Digest

      YouTube has announced improvements to its app for TVs – which it claims will make accessing its content on the big screen easier than ever. Essentially the changes appear to be to make the app mirror the apps on mobile platforms and the web – introducing a left-hand sidebar “Guide”, which gives the user access to their subscriptions, recommendations, “watch ...


      15/08/2014
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