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Youtube's face blurring option is the perfect way to remain anonymous
If you’re a person who loves capturing special moments of your life in videos and at the same time you wish to guard your privacy, then Youtube’s new face blurring option is the perfect answer to your wish.Read the rest of the article »
ProxTube is an extension that automatically routes your YouTube traffic through a proxy server in the US
Good news to International Youtube fans! You will now be able to watch US-only Youtube videos with the help of ProxTube.Read the rest of the article »
Surf the web, access Skype and other built-in apps with the Samsung inTouch
Samsung has recently launched the latest accessory for your HDTV, the Samsung Intouch. The Samsung inTouch is an extraordinary device that allows you not only to access the web just like any ordinary internet enabled TV, it also allows your HDTV to access a web browser and built in apps such as Youtube, Skype, weather and Google news.
The Samsung inTouch unit also comes with a qwerty keyboard/remote, 3 megapixel camera. It also boasts of a built-in Wi-Fi, 720p HD video, and a USB port for photo uploading.
It will go on sale on March 2012 and will retail for $199.99.View Article Source »
Sprint has disclosed the official specs of the Motorola Admiral Android smartphone.
Numerous consumers became interested, as Sprint revealed a video of their latest smartphone on YouTube. The 2 minutes 28 seconds promotional video leaked out most of the features of the Motorola Admiral, the second Android handset, following the previous Motorola Titanium.
The Motorola Admiral comes with a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen display with a full QWERTY keyboard. It features a 5.0-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and 720p video recording capabilities, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth networks. The smartphone is also powered by a 1.2 GHz single-core processor and runs on an Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform.
Furthermore, the Motorola Admiral includes a Sprint TV and Direct Connect (CDMA-based). It is resistant to solar radiation, low pressure, vibration, dust, and varying temperature. Too bad, there are still no official details on the pricing and release date at this time.View Article Source »
For your viewing's sake, GADG assailed the YouTube to take five of the best viral video remixes of all time.
Let’s take a break from those gadgets and technology matters, as GADG listed five of the best viral video remixes that will surely tickle your funny bones. The videos, which can be viewed after the jump, consist of “David After Dentist remix”, “Nintendo 64 kid metal remix”, “Scared Baby Emerson”, “Warcraft remix by Leeroy Jenkins”, and “Charlie Bit Me.”Read the rest of the article »
Eight of the most useful websites that provide unique content and services, listed here at GADG.
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube — these are only three of the most well-known and trusted websites. But aside from these giants, there are also a lot of online sites that offer services, which are somehow new, unique, and innovative. Continue reading after the break and discover eight of the most useful yet unfamiliar websites to date.Read the rest of the article »
Today is World IPv6 Day and Google leads the charge to test and adopt the new Internet Protocol.
Google, the Internet Society, and several other web companies announced in January the World IPv6 Day, when each organization would enable IPv6 addresses on their websites for a 24-hour period. The list of organizations has now grown to more than 400 tech companies, which includes Facebook, Mozilla, Bing, YouTube and several others.Read the rest of the article »
FaceNiff - an Android application - makes it easier for users to intercept web session profiles over Wi-Fi networks, allowing them to steal other users’ credentials from social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
The FaceNiff is an app which requires root access on the user’s Android smartphone. Since it is very easy to use, it becomes more dangerous than Firesheep — a Firefox extension that lets users hijack Facebook and Twitter sessions over Wi-Fi networks. Aside from that, FaceNiff also works on WPA-encrypted Wi-Fi networks which Firesheep doesn’t support.
This means that Internet users should be extra careful when connecting to a free public Wi-Fi network. On the other hand, using FaceNiff could be a big no-no, as hacking someone’s account can be illegal depending on where you live.
Aside from Facebook and Twitter, the latest version of the app may also be used with YouTube, Amazon and even Polish social network — Nasza-Klasa.View Article Source »
Google I/O 2011 event which takes place on San Francisco last week May 10-11, has been attended by thousands of people and watch via live streaming by the whole world.
Major Google product / software announcements:
- Google announces Android 3.1
- Google TV getting Android 3.1 and Market this summer
- Google Ice Cream Sandwich coming in Q4 2011 to smartphones and tablets alike
- Android Market launches movie rentals, thousands of titles available to your PC, phone or tablet
- Google Music Beta to stream 20,000 songs for free
- Google partners with OEMs and carriers to guarantee timely Android updates
- Google announces Android Open Accessory standard, Arduino-based ADK
- Google announces Android@Home framework for home automation
- Google clarifies 18 month Android upgrade program, details far from solidified
- Google adding Netflix, Hulu support, offline Gmail, Calendar and Docs to Chrome OS this summer, prices hardware at $20 per month
- Google unveils Acer Chromebook: $349, 11.6-inches with 6.5-hour battery
- Official: Samsung reveals Chrome OS laptop — the Series 5
- Google teases Samsung-built Chromebox, desktop version of Chrome OS
If you miss the change to watch the event you can now watch the whole event via Youtube, Watch the video after the break.Read the rest of the article »
YouTube enters the glitz and glamor of Hollywood with its VOD rental service.
According to a report from TheWrap, YouTube – the largest video sharing website in existence – is set to take the videos-on-demand service by storm, as it has recently acquired licenses from Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Brothers, and Universal Studios. YouTube’s video-on-demand services will have their movies streamed and rented for home entertainment. The service is set for a release this week or next.
Independent studios have also boarded the Youtube VOD express, as Lionsgate and Kino Lorber joins the service. Paramount and Fox studios so far have expressed disinterest in the matter.Read the rest of the article »
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