Archive for the ‘Youtube’ Category

The folks over at YouTube have started to evaluate smartphones, calling some of them a “YouTube Signature Device” depending on how well they tick a number of boxes that make them particularly great for consuming YouTube content.

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Google-owned YouTube has officially rolled out a desktop update that makes it so that videos shot in portrait orientation and shared on the site won’t be letterboxed with black bars.

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Google is getting ready to launch a new YouTube Music service as soon as next week, with YouTube Premium following shortly after.

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Google seems to be testing an Incognito Mode (private browsing) in the YouTube mobile app over on its Android platform. Here are the details.

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YouTube app updated to support HDR video on iPhone X. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Here’s how to enable the official Dark Theme mode in YouTube iOS app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.

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YouTube TV live cable network streaming service is now live in five U.S. cities with mobile apps for iOS, Android, Android TV and Chromecast available to download as well.

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It has been discovered that YouTube is no longer serving newer 4K video content to users who access the website via Apple’s Safari web browser. Here are the details.

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After 4K video, live streaming, and even 360-degree video, YouTube is now also bringing HDR (High Dynamic Range) content to its video streaming platform.

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Here’s how you can live stream the third and final Presidential debate online for free without requiring any cable subscription.

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Here’s how to live stream the second Presidential debate online anywhere in the world on your computer, tablet, mobile or tv set-top boxes.

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Google’s new YouTube Go app lets you save videos for offline viewing, including informing users about the amount of data being used. Here are the details.

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