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YouTube Adds A New Custom Blurring Tool

02/25/2016, It was back in 2012 when YouTube launched a tool for content creators which allowed them to blur faces appearing in their videos. This was the first major step that YouTube took to provide visual anonymity tools to its community of creators. It’s...

Google Play Music Will Show YouTube Videos In Search Results

02/22/2016, Say you’re looking for a song on Google Play Music, but then you realize that you’d much rather watch its music video than listen to the song itself. This usually means you will have to fire up the YouTube app or your browser which is frankly...

Hideo Kojima Launches His Own YouTube Series

02/12/2016, Last month it was teased that developer Hideo Kojima would be launching his own YouTube series that he’s calling HideoTube. It was unclear as to what it was supposed to be about at that time, but the first video has been uploaded in which it is...

YouTube For Android Will Now Notify Users About Recommended Videos

02/11/2016, Last month it was revealed that one of the new features YouTube added to its Android app was the ability to add videos from its notifications to the “Watch Later” list. However according to a report from Android Police, it looks like YouTube’s...

First Batch Of YouTube Original Shows Arrive

02/10/2016, YouTube introduced a subscription option for those who don’t want to see advertisements, the program is called YouTube Red, and for $9.99 per month, subscribers get incentives other than the ad-free experience. YouTube has developed original shows...

YouTube Red Original Shows Debut February 10th

02/03/2016, YouTube remains free for everybody as long as they don’t mind seeing advertisements, however, there’s an option for those who want an ad-free experience with some other features. YouTube Red was launched last year and aside from removing ads...

Live 360-degree Broadcasts Could Be Coming To YouTube

02/02/2016, At the moment YouTube supports 360-degree videos. Essentially these can be considered virtual reality, especially when viewed with devices like the Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard. However these videos are all pre-recorded, which is fine, but what if...

The Fine Bros Withdraws Trademark For “React” Videos

02/02/2016, Remember when Sony tried to trademark the term “Let’s Play” but was rejected? Given that it’s such a generic term, no doubt had they been successful, plenty of videos with the “Let’s Play” term in their title could have potentially been in...

ISIS Executions Recreated Using Game

01/29/2016, While we have seen recreations happen in various video games before, such as GTA 5’s map recreated in Minecraft, at least someone has decided to take the brutal executions carried out by the barbaric ISIS group and recreated them in a war game known as...

YouTube Adds “Watch Later” Button To Notifications

01/28/2016, Depending on the number of channels you’re subscribed to on YouTube, you might have notifications enabled or disabled to let you know when a new video has been uploaded. It’s a handy tool, but what if you’re busy at the moment and you forget to...

Star Wars: The Force Awakens In 60 Seconds

01/28/2016, Spoiler Alert: If you have not watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens yet, then it would be best to avoid viewing the video above. Alternatively, if you can’t be bothered to help contribute to the latest Star Wars movie’s blockbuster and record...

Google Powers The Next Republican Debate

01/26/2016, The final Republican debate prior to the 2016 primary season is going to take place just two days from today which is why Google sees it fit to unveil some new initiatives that it has come up with to make it easier for Americans and everybody interested...

How To Loop/Repeat Videos On Youtube

01/21/2016, Sometimes there are some songs or videos on YouTube that are so addictive that you just want to keep watching non-stop, or at least until you’re so sick of it that you never want to hear it ever again. However YouTube did not come with an auto-repeat...

Pakistan Gets Special Edition Of YouTube

01/18/2016, Can one really censor or ban the Internet? I suppose if you happen to live in North Korea, then that is a very real possibility, but for the rest of the free world, doing so would be unthinkable to say the least. Having said that, there are still several...