YouTube will not pay creators without reaching 10,000 views
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Cracking down on bad actors uploading existing content


YouTube has announced a sweeping change to its partner program on Thursday that will prevent content creators from receiving financial compensation until they hit at least 10,000 lifetime views on their channels, according to a company blog post.

Switch nightmares compressed in one video
Published in Games


One for the masochists

If you want a reason to avoid the Nintendo Switch then this horror video which has tipped up on YouTube should give you enough reason.

Apple fanboys drill into their iPhone 7s
Published in Mobiles


Some people are too thick to live

YouTube meanies played a cruel trick on people stupid enough to upgrade their iPhone 7s by telling them a "secret hack" to get a headphone jack which involved drilling into the phone.

Vevo has 17 Billion legal video playbacks
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YouTube is the devil claims Metallica's manager

Vevo might be the new MTV for millennials, who might not know MTV that played music a few decades ago. Vevo CEO Erik Huggers had an interview at a Hunter Walk blog talking about YouTube, subscription base and the future.

YouTube to support 360-degree live streaming soon
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Recommends shooting in 4K 3840x2160p

Experts at Google’s Mountain View headquarters in California have recently begun talks with camera manufacturers to get 360-degree live streaming video on YouTube, the world’s most popular video content service.

Nintendo tries to screw money out of reviewers again
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You pay for our advert

Computer gaming outfit Nintendo, whose toilet themed games consoles are flushing down the loo have thought it a natty idea to try and screw cash out of you-tube reviewers.

Super Bowl 2015 movie trailers all 1080p
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Hollywood, ever hear of 2160p, 4K?

Last night was marked by one of the biggest sports events in the world and for people outside the US that probably weren't even aware that it's going on, it is called Super Bowl 2015. 

HTML5 is now default plugin on YouTube
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So long Flash, VP9 is there

Google has informed the world that as of yesterday, the default player on its YouTube service is HTML5.



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