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Gnash 0.88 Released – 100% YouTube Compatible Now


Gnash 0.88 Released – 100% YouTube Compatible Now

Gnash (or GNU Flash Player) 0.88 has been released yesterday. The new version is now completely compatible with YouTube videos.

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By Ricky on August 23rd
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YouTube Introduces A Subscription Bar


YouTube Introduces A Subscription Bar

Yesterday YouTube has quietly added a new feature – a subscription bar. The subscription bar sits at the bottom of the page when you are watching a subscribed video and when you bring the cursor near it, it opens up.

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By Ricky on July 29th
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iPhone4 Vs HTC Evo Video Gets BestBuy Employee Suspended


Brian Maupin, an employee of BestBuy, made a video spoof of iPhone4 Vs HTC Evo. The video became a big hit but his job may be on line because of it. According to Associated Press, Brian has been suspended from his job and he may be fired. BestBuy, which sells both the iPhone4 and the…

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By Ricky on July 3rd
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Blur Effect Coming In KWin In KDE SC 4.5 [video]


After the release of KDE SC 4.4 was released about a month back, the KDE team has started work on KDE SC 4.5. A new blur effect for KWin which will come in KDE SC 4.5 has been revelaed. Here is a video showing the new KWin Blur Effect:

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By Ricky on April 4th
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YouTube to stop supporting IE 6 from 13 March


YouTube to stop supporting IE 6 from 13 March

Google continues its crusade against Internet Explorer 6. They have already stopped supporting Internet Explorer 6 in Google Apps and are also said to be planning to stop supporting it by this year’s end in GMail and Google calendar as well. We all knew that they will be giving up the support of IE6 in…

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By Ricky on February 24th
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How YouTube is leading the web in the wrong way with its HTML5 video support


How YouTube is leading the web in the wrong way with its HTML5 video support

Yes, by now we all know that YouTube finally supports the new and exciting HTML5 video which allows for video playback without using Adobe Flash. While this seems like a good news in the sense that we no longer have have to rely on Adobe’s Flash to watch our daily dose of YouTube videos, there…

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By Ricky on January 26th
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Mozilla goes against YouTube with HTML5 video codec


Mozilla goes against YouTube with HTML5 video codec

You might have already heard about YouTube and Vimeo rolling out support for the new HTML5 video. What many does not know is that the video codec that they are using now is a proprietary one called H.264. You would think that if Google is supporting a format, it would become the standard. Not quite…

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By Ricky on January 26th
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Move over Adobe Flash, YouTube supports HTML5 now!


Move over Adobe Flash, YouTube supports HTML5 now!

YouTube finally announced that it will start HTML5 video support. HTML5 video support means that users will no longer have to use Adobe’s Flash player to watch videos. The video codec that is used now is the proprietary h264 codec instead of the open-source Theora.

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By Ricky on January 21st
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YouTube XL brings Internet Video to your Television


YouTube XL brings Internet Video to your Television

YouTube XL, as the ‘XL’ in the name suggests is a new version of youtube that makes the mother website, YouTube.com available on TVs and Large Computer screens, sans the ‘Comments & Suggestion’ clutter. Instead you will just have videos grouped into various categories such as Recently Added, Most Popular, Most Rated, etc. and a…

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By Debjit on June 3rd
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