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Jollibee Scandal: Mascots humping on YouTube

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: October 21, 2006

Apparently, them call center boys and girls spend a lot of their spare time on YouTube. This link was sent by one of them. I don't think Jollibee Corp. knows about this. What can I say? If I may put it eloquently in the words of Mike Abundo, this is why YouTube is huge in the Philippines. :D [tags]jollibee mascot, jollibee sex scandal, disney[/tags]

Why YouTube is a good buy for Google?

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: October 10, 2006

So, after days of speculations Google finally announced its acquisition of YouTube today (Oct. 9 in the US). I have only 3 points to consider why this buy-out is a good one for Google: Google has the resources to relieve YouTube of its major operating costs - servers, storage and bandwidth. Google has tons and tons of it and by taking over YouTube, expect video streaming to be faster. YouTube's current monetization scheme primarily includes Google Adsense, so Google definitely knows how much YouTube is earning from it and its potential to draw more revenue and eyeballs. This gave Google…

Google to launch YouTube Gaming

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: June 13, 2015

Google announces that it will be bringing a new community for gamers through its YouTube Gaming. YouTube Gaming is both an app and a website that focuses on the players' needs and entertainment with more than 25,000 games having their own pages. From Asteroids to Zelda, the gaming community will be complete with instructional videos, streaming at 60fps, video recommendations, while users can also upload their own gameplay into the site easily. There will also be indie and mainstream channels that you can subscribe to so that you get the latest news and updates from your favorite games. YouTube Gaming will launch "this summer",…

Why Viacom wants YouTube user logs?

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: July 6, 2008

A recent court ruling gave the go signal for Viacom to access Youtube user logs in the ongoing copyright lawsuit between the former and Google worth $1 Billion. Viacom, 1; Google/Youtube, 0. But why does Viacom want all those YouTube user logs? Simply put, Viacom wants to prove to the courts that people are viewing their original content in massive numbers and that this significantly affects their bottom line. Does Viacom want all its copyrighted materials pulled off of Youtube? Yes, if Google doesn't pay up. Isn't that a little greedy? Well, yeah, but read on. Google wants to make…

Viacom sues Google + Youtube for $1 Billion

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: March 14, 2007

Not too long ago, Google bought YouTube for $1.6 Billion. After that, YouTube is getting swarmed with complaints and lawsuits. Just now, MTV's owner Viacom is going after Google+YouTube. Viacom Inc. said Tuesday it has sued YouTube and its corporate parent Google Inc. in federal court for alleged copyright infringement and is seeking more than $1 billion in damages. Viacom claims that the more than 160,000 unauthorized video clips from its cable networks, which also include Comedy Central, VH1 and Nickelodeon, have been available on the popular video-sharing Web site. The lawsuit marks a sharp escalation of long-simmering tensions between…

YouTube does a Revver with AdSense

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: October 1, 2007

There have been reports of YouTube allowing Publishers to embed AdSense ads on their uploaded videos, just like Revver has been doing for over a year. Well, this was expected although when Google bought YouTube to get more eyeballs, people were anticipating something more than putting AdSense ads in there. I checked this page earlier and it showed information about the development but I can't access it now. The AdSense ads will be integrated into the YouTube video player which allows you to customize too as well as target categories in your channels where you want ads to be displayed.…

Google intros 360 degree video ads on YouTube

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: July 23, 2015

Google has just introduced 360 degree video ads on YouTube to help advertisers engage its customers in a more immersive way. The 360 degree video ads work in Chrome and YouTube app on Android and iOS. You just need to click and play like any other YouTube video but you now have the ability to explore every angle by dragging your mouse or moving your phone to shift your point of view. These videos were created using 360 degree cameras like the Ricoh Theta, Kodak SP360, Giroptic 360cam, or IC Real Tech Allie. Below are some examples: https://youtu.be/K_J8k43gUhY https://youtu.be/bBZhuqPRx9c https://youtu.be/79uA-gHvw18…

YouTube for Android: Updated with multitasking, cards UI

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: August 20, 2013

Google has been adding a lot of UI improvements in its services recently, from the Play Store, Maps and other apps to its social networking site Google+. Now, YouTube's Android app follows as it reaches version 5. Users will now receive Google's Cards UI, similar to Google Now, the Play Store & G+. As you can see above, tablet users will be benefiting from the enhanced UI greatly. Apart from that and all of the design improvements, the update now supports multitasking within the app so that you can browse other selections while watching a video. You can check out…

Gangnam Style breaks YouTube, forces 64-bit counter

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: December 4, 2014

The whole Gangnam Style craze may have already died down locally, but the official music video of the song continues to garner hit on YouTube. So much so that it maxed out Google-owned video streaming website’ view counter and forces them to upgrade to a 64-bit integer. In a short blog post, Google stated that the official Gangnam Style video was the first in the world to surpass the allowable views in a 32-bit integer (2,147,483,647). It adds that the smash hit was “viewed so many times we had to upgrade to a 64-bit integer” which should be sufficient (for…

Universal Tube monetizes YouTube traffic

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: December 15, 2006

The company website of Universal Tube and Rollform Equipment Corporation can be found at www.utube.com. Their popularity and subsequent problem came knocking when Google bought YouTube early October this year. The huge press coverage and all caught attention to people wanting to check out the site youtube.com. However, according to utube.com "some 80,000 Unique Visitors per Day don't know how to spell you". Yup, their website crashed due to massive traffic and they were forced to shut down their website. Until today, tons of people are still typing in www.utube.com instead of youtube.com on their browsers looking for videos and…