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Google Launches One Privacy Policy to Override All

Google has recently announced some new changes in its terms of service and privacy policies, which will be effective from March 1 onwards. Instead of having 70 privacy documents Google has announced plans for only one main privacy policy that will govern its different products. With this new single policy, Google will put together information from one service …

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Integrate Any Video types With MooTools: MooVES

MooVES is a MooTools plugin for easing and enhancing the integration of videos from popular video sharing websites ( YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Blip.tv, facebook, Flickr, Google Video, Megavideo,Metacafe, MySpace.tv, MSN, TwitVid, USTREAM, Yahoo Video and etc . It supports also HTML5 video tag features. (beta)

It is unobtrusive and displays the link to the video and a notice if JavaScript …

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Lightbox with jQuery UI: rlightbox

rlightbox is a jQuery UI mediabox and comes with some fresh features that doesn’t exist in its alternatives.

It can display any type of content from images to videos (YouTube and Vimeo), Flash files and HTML.

The plugin has a unique “panorama” feature for showing only part of an image but allowing users to view the rest with panning.

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Apple iPad 2 Promo Videos

Day before two day, Apple introduced its second generation iPad to the world during a media event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. As usual, the company showed off a few videos either promoting the new device or explaining all of its features and specifications as well as the technical work that went into …

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YouTube Costing Google $1 Million Per Day

YouTube is an incredibly popular website. More than likely, you and all of your friends use it. Hell, perhaps everyone you know visits the website on a frequent basis. You would think that the website, given it’s immense popularity, would be a huge money maker, right? Wrong.

Estimates vary, but the general consensus among analytics outlets suggests that YouTube (which …

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YouTube Testing Live Video-Streaming Trial Today

YouTube announced yesterday in a post on The Official YouTube Blog that it will begin a limited trial of a new live video-streaming feature with just four of its partners –  Howcast, Next New Networks, Rocketboom, and Young Hollywood. The trial is schedule to begin at 8:00 AM Pacific Time — 11:00 AM Eastern Time.

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Youtube Change YouTube Logo on Every Page

If you have visited YouTube today, you might have noticed that YouTube logo changes in color and design everytime the a new page loads or the existing page is refreshed. In addition, the word “Play” has been added next to it. We briefly mentioned this change this morning when we wrote about the roll out of a new Feed Bar …

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YouTube Video Upload Limit Increases 15 Minutes

The world’s most popular video-sharing website YouTube has announced the 15 minutes video time limit which is increased, as before users can upload 10 minutes duration video to YouTube. according to sources within the company who spoke to the BoingBoing blog.

It’s not exactly known as to why YouTube is increasing the limit so late in the game, but …

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YouTube New Feature Play Snake on YouTube while watching videos

YouTube New Feature has absolutely no significance whatsoever, but we’ve caught wind of the fact [thanks to all the blogs reporting on this very important news item] that YouTube allows you to play Snake while your video is paused, or while you wait for your video to buffer on that 56Kbps connection you’ve got going on there.

Snake was popularized …

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YouTube New Feature Embed Code with iframe

YouTube announced yesterday in a post on the YouTube API Blog the introduction of a new embed code that utilizes the <iframe> tag to make it easier for viewers to watch an embedded video in either Flash or HTML5, depending on their settings and system configurations. Additionally, the new code will eventually allow embedded videos to play on mobile devices.…

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