Montaj is a video sharing application that was built to be the Instagram of video sharing. It allows users to make videos in 5 second segments, then put them all together to make a full video that can be shared.
French based ISP Orange is imposing charges on Google to help it compensate for Google’s mammoth data usage. The question is, who is in the wrong here?
Currently, the best way to stream YouTube videos to your TV is using applications on hardware like Xbox 360 and Google TV boxes. The latest generation of TVs to be announced in 2013 will be able to do it on their own.
Youtube user Mike Stringfellow has uploaded a rather overly dramatic video of himself unboxing the official Asus dock for the Nexus 7. Although only released in Japan, we get our first look at what’s in the box and what to expect when the dock lands in the rest of the world.
Google isn’t quite done yet making changes to YouTube’s UI and layout. After launching the newly redesigned main homepage just a few days ago, the Android app and mobile website are next in line in getting the winter makeover.
We can be very grateful today for a slew of upgrades being rolled out straight from the busy offices in Mountain View. Among the tuned-up apps, we have some greats – including Translate or Voice – but also some “minions”, like Catalogs or Apps Device Policy.
Verizon has just started selling its own Galaxy Note 2 version, and it looks like consumers are already asking Samsung questions about the future of the device, particularly about the multi-window feature.
Earlier today we reported that the latest YouTube app update allowed you to share and control YouTube videos on your Google TV directly from your favorite Android smartphone or tablet. Not... only is this insanely fun, this is the start of something big. Remember last summer when the Nexus Q launched? Almost immediately the Android and Google TV community collectively wanted these feature...
Google has just released a pretty significant update to the YouTube app for Android that will let users push a YouTube video from their smartphones to their Google TV box. This feature is incredibly easy to use thanks to the inclusion of a “TV” button that is located in the YouTube app on your phone. This button is located just beside the traditional “share” button at the top of the screen.
YouTube is the number one video-sharing website in the world and has been that for a while now. There’s no doubt about it, but is really Google monetizing the service as well as it should?