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 youtube kills annotations to make way for mobile friendly features
youtube kills annotations to make way for mobile-friendly features

The change is a long time coming -- videos that heavily used annotations usually offered sub-par experiences to mobile and TV users, and YouTube says their use overhaul has dropped 70-percent since it introduced End Screens and Cards. Still, the solution isn't perfect: cards only display on the right-hand side of a video after being expanded, and end-cards can only add links to videos, playlists and subscription buttons for the last 30 seconds of a video. TV users are still left in the lurch too: none of YouTube's add-on features are available to folks watching on Google TV, Chromecast or other set-top boxes.Based on the comments on the announcement post, creators are split on the change -- but it's clearly a decision made to benefit users, particularly those who primarily watch YouTube on

youtube tv streaming service coming this spring – macstories

Yesterday YouTube announced a forthcoming TV offering called YouTube TV. The streaming service consists of a bundle of over 40 networks, including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and ESPN. YouTube Red Originals are thrown in too. When it launches this spring, the service will cost $35/month with no contracts or other commitments.Upon launch, YouTube TV will be available as a new app, separate from the standard YouTube app. Yesterday's blog post mentions an iOS app, but there is no reference to an Apple TV app.
You can watch YouTube TV on any screen—mobile, tablet or computer—and you can easily stream to your TV with a Google Chromecast or Chromecast built-in TV. YouTube TV works on both Android and iOS.
While this could be a simple oversight, it appears that watching on the big screen will require

i used youtube red for months—here’s why i cancelled my subscription

EnlargeYouTube SpotlightShare this storyThe launch of YouTube Red last year wasn't an immediate "take my money" moment for me. YouTube's first subscription service (it costs $10 per month) offers a few features that improve the viewing experience. But it also banks on a subscriber accepting new things, particularly new YouTube-y things. I eventually signed up. After a few weeks of use, I couldn't imagine a YouTube experience without Red.But after six months, I cancelled my subscription—and I found that going back to the old, ad-filled YouTube wasn't that much of a shock.What you get with RedFirst, let's take a look at the features of YouTube Red.Arguably Red's biggest feature is the ad-free experience. Subscribers don't see any advertisements before or during videos, and they aren't subjec

android switches to native java 8 support

Android's mobile application build system will natively support Java 8 features going forward, with Google deprecating the Jack toolchain.Jack has served as a toolchain to compile Java source code into Android dex byte code, with Java providing the basis of Android development. But now, Google wants to support Java 8 features directly in the current javax and dx set of tools.Existing tools and plugins dependent on the Java class file format still should work, said Google Product Manager James Lau. Google plans to launch the native support as part of its Android Studio IDE in coming weeks.Google had tested Java 8 support through Jack. "Over time, we realized the cost of switching to Jack was too high for our community when we considered the annotation processors, byte code analyzers, and re

reading youtube comments in the mobile app doesn’t suck anymore

Hey, would you look at that? The YouTube app is getting a much-needed change to improve its usability.

youtube tv offers big 4 networks & 39 other channels w/ unlimited dvr for $35/mo

YouTube has finally announced its long-rumored online television service that doesn’t require a cable subscription. Known simply as YouTube TV, it features local broadcast networks and channels like ESPN for $35 a month.Interestingly, YouTube TV will be its own app, reflecting a “mobile first” approach. Features include a cloud DVR with unlimited storage, machine learning-powered recommendations, and the promise of service reliability. These features will also be available through the web and traditional television sets.On the content front, Fox, ABC, CBS, and NBC are onboard, with the base package including the following channels:CW, Telemundo, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, CSN, Fox Prime Ticket, FSI, NBCSN, USA, FX, Freeform, Disney, E, ESPN U, FS2, BTN, ESPN SEC, Bravo, Oxygen, FX, Syfy, Disney J

youtube unveils live tv service for cord cutters

Alphabet’s YouTube will launch a live TV service featuring US broadcast networks and cable channels to attract young fans of online videos to a pay television package, YouTube executives said on Tuesday.
The new offering, called YouTube TV, will compete with other services fighting to attract mobile-loving younger audiences who dropped pricier, traditional cable and satellite packages or never signed up in the first place.YouTube TV will be delivered over the internet and debut in the coming months at a cost of $35 a month for six accounts, YouTube Chief Executive Susan Wojcicki told reporters at an event in Los Angeles.

google will help mobile carriers run their networks better

Long story short, Google knows how to run a pretty big network, given that it's running both its own branded services, Android and YouTube. By sharing its know-how, it's expected that the networks can cut costs on hardware and be faster to implement new features. Google uses innovations like YouTube's Smart Offline, that trickle-downloads clips overnight when data costs drop, as one such example.It's also another step towards becoming an infrastructure provider for a much bigger chunk of the world's services. After all, Google already runs its own fiber business, as well as a burgeoning mobile network in the form of Project Fi. The search engine is also contributing to an open-source project to improve cloud computing, CORD. That puts it alongside other heavy-hitters like AT&T, China Unico

youtube showing a billion hours of online video daily

YouTube began letting popular online video personalities broadcast on the go using mobile devicesYouTube on Monday said that a billion hours of video is being watched daily at the Google-owned online viewing venue in "big milestone" for the service.
"Let's put that in perspective," YouTube vice president of engineering Cristos Goodrow said in an online post announcing the achievement."If you were to sit and watch a billion hours of YouTube, it would take you over 100,000 years."Online video consumption has been soaring, with Google, Facebook, Twitter and other internet firms working to increase audiences along with their cuts of advertising dollars typically devoted to television.YouTube early in February began letting popular online video personalities broadcast on the go using mobile d

how youtube tv stacks up against directv now, playstation vue, and sling tv

Flickr: Rego Korosi Share this storyYouTube announced its long-rumored YouTube TV service last week, plunging the online video platform into the competitive world of live TV streaming. On the surface, the $35-per-month YouTube TV looks like a good deal: dozens of broadcast and cable channels (including numerous sports networks), a cloud-based DVR service, up to three simultaneous streams, and more. YouTube TV will launch sometime later this year, but there is already a lot of competition for the service. The biggest challengers—DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV—offer many similar features to YouTube TV, and that will undoubtably make it difficult for aspiring cord-cutters to know if they should wait for YouTube's service or take the plunge now.To aid in that decision, here's a bre

youtube tv is google's live tv service

Networks taking part include CBS, Fox, NBC and CBS along with USA and FX. Sports networks include ESPN, Fox Sports and NBCSN -- there's a total of 10 sports networks available. You can also add on Showtime for an additional fee. Local networks for your area will also be included, so you can get the local news and programming broadcasts from the channels you'd see over the air. All in all, the total of "more than 40 networks" is similar to what you get from something like Sony's PlayStation Vue (you can see them all below).Still, there are a lot of major networks missing. Most notable are channels from Viacom, Discovery, A&E, AMC and Turner (including TBS and TNT). CNN is also notably absent from the news networks available. This is a place where PlayStation Vue has an advantage -- the $35

google's youtube tv will offer a streaming cable tv service for $35 a month

Google is making another big move for its YouTube service. The company has announced its plans to launch YouTube TV in the US, an internet-based television service that will offer access to local broadcast networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW, along with a bunch of cable networks, for $35 a month. The service will first launch later this year in the largest TV markets in the US, and will expand to more metro areas in the future.See also:YouTube viewers check out over 1 billion hours of videos daily, but has it reached its peak?7 hours agoIn addition to the broadcast networks, YouTube TV will also offer access to over 40 cable channels. They will include entertainment channels like USA, FX, and SyFy, sports networks like ESPN and Fox Sports 1, and news channels like Fox News and MSNB

google's youtube tv will offer a streaming cable tv service for $35 a month

Google is making another big move for its YouTube service. The company has announced its plans to launch YouTube TV in the US, an internet-based television service that will offer access to local broadcast networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW, along with a bunch of cable networks, for $35 a month. The service will first launch later this year in the largest TV markets in the US, and will expand to more metro areas in the future.See also:YouTube viewers check out over 1 billion hours of videos daily, but has it reached its peak?13 hours agoIn addition to the broadcast networks, YouTube TV will also offer access to over 40 cable channels. They will include entertainment channels like USA, FX, and SyFy, sports networks like ESPN and Fox Sports 1, and news channels like Fox News and MSN

google's youtube tv will offer a streaming cable tv service for $35 a month

Google is making another big move for its YouTube service. The company has announced its plans to launch YouTube TV in the US, an internet-based television service that will offer access to local broadcast networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW, along with a bunch of cable networks, for $35 a month. The service will first launch later this year in the largest TV markets in the US, and will expand to more metro areas in the future.See also:YouTube viewers check out over 1 billion hours of videos daily, but has it reached its peak?4 hours agoIn addition to the broadcast networks, YouTube TV will also offer access to over 40 cable channels. They will include entertainment channels like USA, FX, and SyFy, sports networks like ESPN and Fox Sports 1, and news channels like Fox News and MSNB

google's youtube tv will offer a streaming cable tv service for $35 a month

Google is making another big move for its YouTube service. The company has announced its plans to launch YouTube TV in the US, an internet-based television service that will offer access to local broadcast networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW, along with a bunch of cable networks, for $35 a month. The service will first launch later this year in the largest TV markets in the US, and will expand to more metro areas in the future.See also:YouTube viewers check out over 1 billion hours of videos daily, but has it reached its peak?16 hours agoIn addition to the broadcast networks, YouTube TV will also offer access to over 40 cable channels. They will include entertainment channels like USA, FX, and SyFy, sports networks like ESPN and Fox Sports 1, and news channels like Fox News and MSN

google's youtube tv will offer a streaming cable tv service for $35 a month

Google is making another big move for its YouTube service. The company has announced its plans to launch YouTube TV in the US, an internet-based television service that will offer access to local broadcast networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW, along with a bunch of cable networks, for $35 a month. The service will first launch later this year in the largest TV markets in the US, and will expand to more metro areas in the future.See also:YouTube viewers check out over 1 billion hours of videos daily, but has it reached its peak?9 hours agoIn addition to the broadcast networks, YouTube TV will also offer access to over 40 cable channels. They will include entertainment channels like USA, FX, and SyFy, sports networks like ESPN and Fox Sports 1, and news channels like Fox News and MSNB

linux skype goes from alpha to beta and gets new features

Amid the various bug fixes and stabilizations, Skype for Linux is adding a bunch of features to make it more useful for everyday communication. For example, it can now make calls to both land and mobile lines using Skype Credits as well as make one-on-one video calls to other Skype platforms and share their desktops with them. Additionally, the UI will now display additional details like the number of unread conversations and whether people in your contacts have their Away and Do Not Disturb flags raised. You can download the new beta version from the Skype website.

google svela youtube tv, il suo nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo

YouTube ha annunciato il nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo, YouTube TV. Ad un costo di $35 al mese, la piattaforma offre l’accesso ai canali ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC e altri importanti canali via cavo. I contenuti televisivi saranno disponibili al fianco dei video caricati su YouTube.Separato da YouTube Red, il nuovo servizio in streaming di Google sarà disponibile come applicazione a sé, che verrà lanciata nella seconda metà del 2017. Il servizio sarà accessibile sulle TV tramite Chromecast ma, considerando l’enorme successo di YouTube su smartphone e tablet, punterà molto sul mobile.Tra le caratteristiche più interessanti che offre YouTube TV, segnaliamo un’opzione di cloud DVR con spazio illimitato e un sistema di suggerimento basato sulla AI.Con un costo di $35 al mese, YouTube TV rappr

google svela youtube tv, il suo nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo

YouTube ha annunciato il nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo, YouTube TV. Ad un costo di $35 al mese, la piattaforma offre l’accesso ai canali ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC e altri importanti canali via cavo. I contenuti televisivi saranno disponibili al fianco dei video caricati su YouTube.Separato da YouTube Red, il nuovo servizio in streaming di Google sarà disponibile come applicazione a sé, che verrà lanciata nella seconda metà del 2017. Il servizio sarà accessibile sulle TV tramite Chromecast ma, considerando l’enorme successo di YouTube su smartphone e tablet, punterà molto sul mobile.Tra le caratteristiche più interessanti che offre YouTube TV, segnaliamo un’opzione di cloud DVR con spazio illimitato e un sistema di suggerimento basato sulla AI.Con un costo di $35 al mese, YouTube TV rappr

google svela youtube tv, il suo nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo

YouTube ha annunciato il nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo, YouTube TV. Ad un costo di $35 al mese, la piattaforma offre l’accesso ai canali ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC e altri importanti canali via cavo. I contenuti televisivi saranno disponibili al fianco dei video caricati su YouTube.Separato da YouTube Red, il nuovo servizio in streaming di Google sarà disponibile come applicazione a sé, che verrà lanciata nella seconda metà del 2017. Il servizio sarà accessibile sulle TV tramite Chromecast ma, considerando l’enorme successo di YouTube su smartphone e tablet, punterà molto sul mobile.Tra le caratteristiche più interessanti che offre YouTube TV, segnaliamo un’opzione di cloud DVR con spazio illimitato e un sistema di suggerimento basato sulla AI.Con un costo di $35 al mese, YouTube TV rappr

google svela youtube tv, il suo nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo

YouTube ha annunciato il nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo, YouTube TV. Ad un costo di $35 al mese, la piattaforma offre l’accesso ai canali ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC e altri importanti canali via cavo. I contenuti televisivi saranno disponibili al fianco dei video caricati su YouTube.Separato da YouTube Red, il nuovo servizio in streaming di Google sarà disponibile come applicazione a sé, che verrà lanciata nella seconda metà del 2017. Il servizio sarà accessibile sulle TV tramite Chromecast ma, considerando l’enorme successo di YouTube su smartphone e tablet, punterà molto sul mobile.Tra le caratteristiche più interessanti che offre YouTube TV, segnaliamo un’opzione di cloud DVR con spazio illimitato e un sistema di suggerimento basato sulla AI.Con un costo di $35 al mese, YouTube TV rappr

google svela youtube tv, il suo nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo

YouTube ha annunciato il nuovo servizio di streaming televisivo, YouTube TV. Ad un costo di $35 al mese, la piattaforma offre l’accesso ai canali ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC e altri importanti canali via cavo. I contenuti televisivi saranno disponibili al fianco dei video caricati su YouTube.Separato da YouTube Red, il nuovo servizio in streaming di Google sarà disponibile come applicazione a sé, che verrà lanciata nella seconda metà del 2017. Il servizio sarà accessibile sulle TV tramite Chromecast ma, considerando l’enorme successo di YouTube su smartphone e tablet, punterà molto sul mobile.Tra le caratteristiche più interessanti che offre YouTube TV, segnaliamo un’opzione di cloud DVR con spazio illimitato e un sistema di suggerimento basato sulla AI.Con un costo di $35 al mese, YouTube TV rappr

one billion hours of youtube are watched every day

YouTube's post presents some factoids grappling with that milestone: Watching a billion hours yourself would take over 100,000 years, say. Since more than half of views come from mobile, a good chunk of those billion hours watched per day are seen on devices. And an increasing number of those might be watched without sound given that the total number of auto-captioned videos tipped past the one billion mark two weeks ago.As the dominant video platform, this daily total will only go up, especially now that YouTube is starting to roll out mobile live streaming. Whether it's movie trailers, music videos, cooking shows, user-created fiction series, gaming channels, week-by-week recounting of World War One's events on this date a century ago, or whatever other weird thing you're into...well, I

youtube to launch live tv service

After over a decade propping up the homegrown creators that have emerged on its platform, YouTube is taking a big step into the traditional television business. The Google-owned streamer has unveiled its plans for YouTube TV, a new live television service that will include a mix of broadcast and cable programming. The new service will include content from all four broadcasters as well as some cable channels, all for $35 a month, the company announced Tuesday at an event for press and partners at YouTube Space LA.The package of about 45 channels is currently missing several cable channels, including those from Time Warner, Scripps and Viacom. But it will include Showtime as an add-on for an additional fee. Further, YouTube TV will include access to shows from YouTube creators, top trending

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+1,845In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+3,048In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+3,109In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+2,654In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+2,853In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+1,034In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+2,191In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+2,511In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+2,585In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+1,665In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

lg g6 first impressions, mwc recap, and youtube tv

Joe Fedewa Mar 10th, 2017+2,719In this episode, we’re mostly talking about Mobile World Congress. Chris shares his thoughts on the LG G6 and the plethora of new phones. We also debate the merits of software buttons, compare YouTube TV to the competition, and more. Thanks for watching/listening!Top StoriesQuick HitsDebate: Software vs Capacitive ButtonsWins/FailsApp PicksEmails & Tweets: (podcast [at] phandroid [dot] com), @mobileroarcastFollow Us

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