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Facebook Takes Aim At YouTube

Good news for Facebook users. The social networking site will now allow videos on its platform to be embedded across the web. According to company officials, users can now copy an embed code, place it in a menu at the bottom of the video and it will show up in a new and functional player.

YouTube To Support 360-Degree Videos

Good news for You Tube users. Google’s streaming video service now serves up videos that let you look in any direction and not just where the camera is pointing. This could be a big deal. Experts say, the service would be just like to see from the perspective of a race car driver, or experience

YouTube Launches New App For Kids

Good news for kids. Google is releasing a sanitized YouTube app just for kids. Christened YouTube Kids, the mobile app only plays age-appropriate videos and has a simplified design that even young children who can’t read will be able to navigate. The app, which will carry ads, is available in the U.S. for Android and

YouTube To Soon Support 360-Degree Video Uploads

Good news for YouTube users. Google has confirmed that it will be adding native support for 360-degree videos to its streaming video service. It means that the user would eventually be able to take all the crazy footage captured with his cameras like the Ricoh Theta, Kodak SP360, Giroptic 360cam, VSN V.360, Bublcam, and more,

Turkey Blocks YouTube

Turkey has reportedly banned the You Tube after an audio recording of Turkish officials discussing Syria appeared on YouTube. It relates to a discussion of possible military operations in Syria, which was apparently attended by Turkey’s intelligence chief, its foreign minister and the deputy head of the armed forces. Some users, however, found access blocked

Google Settles Lawsuit With Viacom

Google has settled a landmark copyright lawsuit with Viacom in which the latter had accused the search giant of posting its programmes on YouTube without permission. Though, both the companies refused to disclose about the terms of settlement. The settlement has come 11 months after US district judge Louis Stanton in Manhattan rejected Viacom’s damages