YouTube Gaming Now Lets Users Sponsor Creators

YouTube Gaming now lets users sponsor creators. It was already possible to make money by streaming on this platform, but this new option works kind of like Patreon in that users who subscribe to a particular channel on YouTube Gaming can set up a monthly recurring payment that will automatically deduct from their account each […]

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YouTube TV Now Available in 8 Additional Markets

YouTube TV, Google’s response to streaming TV, has just launched in another handful of markets. This update brings support for 8 more markets which includes Albuquerque, Austin, Birmingham, Greenville, Norfolk, Portland, Raleigh and Sacramento. Now users in these markets can sign up for YouTube TV, which will cost them $35 per month. It has many […]

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Comcast Reveals Google Deal Bringing YouTube To Xfinity X1

As of September 12, subscribers to Comcast’s Xfinity TV service will be able to access YouTube directly through the company’s Xfinity X1 platform. That’s according to a joint announcement from Comcast and Google that was posted to the service provider’s official site – which effectively confirms speculation about YouTube integration from earlier this year. In […]

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Google Uses Software To Extend YouTube HDR To The Pixel

Google is using software to extend YouTube HDR support to the Pixel and Pixel XL according to a recent statement from someone at Google. It’s doing this by creating a software decoder and rendering stack that was created specifically for this purpose so that the Pixel and Pixel XL would support HDR videos on YouTube. […]

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Galaxy S8 & Galaxy S8+ Are Receiving HDR Support In YouTube

The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are receiving HDR support in YouTube, according to some users on Reddit who have noticed the option to play videos in HDR popping up on their phones. This of course will only show up for videos that were shot with HDR in mind, and it appears to be a […]

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Google’s New Anti-Extremist YouTube Initiative Now In Effect

Google’s latest anti-extremist video initiative is officially in effect as of yesterday, with the Mountain View, California-based tech giant introducing a number of new measures designed for combating content associated with terrorism and related themes which seeks to radicalize users or support extreme views in general. The move marks a precedent in Google’s policy for […]

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Google Indonesia Talks About YouTube Go, Localized Assistant

As part of its Google for Indonesia event, the search giant announced the availability of the video app YouTube Go and localized version of Google Assistant in the archipelago. YouTube Go is specifically designed for users who live in areas with a poor internet connection. The app allows people to save videos when connected to […]

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YouTube Adds a “Breaking News” Section on All Platforms

YouTube has just pushed out a new update, via a server-side change. And it appears that this one is actually hitting every platform all at the same time. Which is uncommon for YouTube with these changes, that usually happens with small changes and are slowly rolled out. Nevertheless, this new feature adds a new section […]

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Google is Testing Speed Controls on the YouTube for Android App

It appears that Google is testing out a new feature in its YouTube for Android app. Some users are seeing speed controls appear in the app. This is a feature that was not present before, but it was present on the desktop version of YouTube. These speed controls allow you to speed up or slow […]

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