In honor of Steve Ballmer’s announcement that he will soon retire from Microsoft, here are a few of his must-watch videos.
A study of about 8,300 people suggests that viewers recall ads better when they watch them on tablets than when they watch them on smartphones, TVs or computers.
YouTube is unveiling a fresh new mobile look on Android, complete with playlist compatibility and better broadcasting features.
Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren and… Michelle Phan? YouTube’s most popular makeup artist has launched her own makeup line in partnership with L’Oréal Luxe.
YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley says copyright shouldn’t get in the way of people being able to watch videos anywhere at anytime.
Youtube super-channel Machinima is raising $80 million to create a subscription-based on-demand gaming channel, according to a new report.
After disappearing for two years, the popular VLC Media Player for iOS is back. Now, users can watch any videos on an iPhone or iPad.
Frustrated with your Time Warner Cable service? Surely a video explaining your monthly bill will help.
Apple may be working on an upgraded version of its TV service, complete with Live TV and an ad-skipping feature.
There are a lot of product announcements that I learn about that are interesting but don’t warrant a full post. I am going to queue these up and every few days or so I’ll post a collation of short takes.
Giggem is a self-described “matchmaking tool for all musicians and music industry professionals to meet and connect for improving their music career.” Another placeform, in this case a social platform making a marketplace for musicians to connect with each other and with songwriters, managers, labels, and fans.
Citrix announced immediate availability of 1:1 video integrated within Podio, the company’s “social collaboration/project management platform” (or what I more concisely call work management). It is built into Podio Chat in an intuitive way. This also supports integration with GoToMeeting for group conferencing. Here’s my wife, Sarah, conferencing with me. (She’s a heavy Podio user.)
Google has brought back voice calling, formerly available via Google Voice, but now integrated within Hangouts, according to the official Google Blog. (I was one of the many folks unhappy about losing that capability.)