[Tutorial] How to Access The New YouTube Layout From Any Browser

[Tutorial] How to Access The New YouTube Layout From Any Browser

A few days ago Google began to show what will be the new YouTube design. Within few hours of the first “test”, many users have published images of how future YouTube will lookalike If you can’t wait to see and test new design, in this tutorial I will show you how to get him right now from your web browser command console.

By On October 9, 2012 3 Responses
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Microsoft ‘Mistakenly’ Issues DMCA Notices Against Wikipedia, BBC, TechCrunch

Microsoft ‘Mistakenly’ Issues DMCA Notices Against Wikipedia, BBC, TechCrunch

The original idea of sending DMCA notices to websites was to help different companies protect their copyrighted content online. DMCA notices are sent in cases where a clear infringement of copyrights occurs. Google, being the most-used search engine, is often sent DMCA notices to take down different sites from its search results over alleged infringement. Interestingly, Microsoft recently asked Google to censor BBC, CNN, Wikipedia, TechCrunch and many other mainstream websites.

By On October 8, 2012 Respond
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Google Improves Its Neural Networks, Achieves New Breakthroughs In AI

Google Improves Its Neural Networks, Achieves New Breakthroughs In AI

When it comes to major tech companies, Google is among the few who have always striven to achieve innovation and push newer limits, even if that may not immediately translate into money. The company has long been making use of extensive neural networks at its Google X Labs to accomplish the next level of artificial intelligence. And it seems that the company is quite close.

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Google Now Provides Direct Answers To Natural Language Queries

Google Now Provides Direct Answers To Natural Language Queries

Google has been ramping up the performance of its search engine by enhancing the search algorithm so that it would furnish precisely the results a user is looking for. This is not possible without a close enough understanding of the natural language – and now, Google has improved the performance of its search in response to natural language queries.

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New Nexus Phone Confirmed: Result Of Collaboration Between Google And LG

New Nexus Phone Confirmed: Result Of Collaboration Between Google And LG

We reported yesterday that Google was planning to launch a new Nexus phone in an attempt to carry forth the success it garnered with Nexus 7 tablet. While it wasn’t clear which hardware vendor would be on board with Google for a new Nexus smartphone, CNET has now confirmed that it would be a modified version of LG Optimus G.

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Google Wants To Recreate Nexus 7 In Smartphone Form, Says Report

Google Wants To Recreate Nexus 7 In Smartphone Form, Says Report

Google entered the mini tablet market by launching the 7-inch Nexus 7. The tablet packed fairly impressive hardware specifications together with the native power of Android and it was no surprise that it became a major hit in the mini-tablet arena. Banking on this success, Google is now planning to recreate the Nexus 7 experience in smartphone form, says a DigiTimes report.

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[Tips] When You Should Go For Paid Google Apps For Business?

[Tips] When You Should Go For Paid Google Apps For Business?

If your business is expanding and you asking yourself is it really convenient to hire a Google Apps for business, I must admit it is a tough question because there are many factors that must be considered. Considering that many people are accustomed to using Gmail and we have a whole suite of products that we can use (like Docs, Calendar, etc.), it is a good idea. But we have to consider some other things, because, unlike Gmail, Google Apps account is not free. Is it really a good idea to sign up for Google Apps for Business?

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Google Plans To Bring Street View To Google Maps Mobile Web App

Google Plans To Bring Street View To Google Maps Mobile Web App

Saying Goodbye to Google Maps, Apple introduced Apple Maps in iOS 6. But few days after launch, Apple CEO Tim Cook had to apologize to Apple Maps users for faulty maps in iOS 6. On the other side, Google isn’t remained quiet. Rather the tech giant is bidding to hold onto iPhone users by improving its maps for the mobile Web. We have come to know that Google is planning to announce the debut of Street View images to its mobile Google Maps web app.

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Google Cracks Down On Low Quality Exact Match Domains

Google Cracks Down On Low Quality Exact Match Domains

Google has long been trying to purge of any spam or low quality content that may appear high in its search results. To that end, Google is continually applying changes in its search algorithms. And now, the company has announced that it will be reducing low-quality exact match domains in search results.

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Google App ‘Field Trip’ Gives All Useful Info Automatically While You Visit A New Place

Google App ‘Field Trip’ Gives All Useful Info Automatically While You Visit A New Place

There was once a time when if you wanted to go to a new place, you required a map, a detailed informational book about the locality and other details about it. Thanks to Google Maps, we no longer need the regular maps. And now, thanks to a yet another Google app called ‘Field Trip’, you wouldn’t need to have an encyclopaedia either.

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Google To Dump More Services Under “Spring Cleaning”

Google To Dump More Services Under “Spring Cleaning”

Past July, we have seen Google dumping some redundant services. On September 28, Friday, Google announced that it is preparing to dump some more. Check the details inside.

By On September 30, 2012 1 Response
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Google Maps Equipped With High-Res Satellite And 45° Aerial Imagery

Google Maps Equipped With High-Res Satellite And 45° Aerial Imagery

While iOS users are witnessing the abysmal performance of Apple Maps on their devices, Google continues its march to excellence. The company has upped the ante on its mapping service by equipping Google Maps with all-new high-resolution satellite imagery which includes stunning 45-degrees aerial imagery.

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Google Enabled YouTube Movie Trailers Directly On Its Search Results Page

Google Enabled YouTube Movie Trailers Directly On Its Search Results Page

Google always tries to make things easier. Lately, Google has announced via Google+ that it is adding a “trailer” button to movie-related search results. Now, anyone can watch only YouTube trailers directly from the search results page without having to leave the page.

By On September 28, 2012 Respond
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YouTube Video Led The Head Of Google’s Operations In Brazil To Jail

YouTube Video Led The Head Of Google’s Operations In Brazil To Jail

Seems like, now a days YouTube videos are creating a buzz. Just few days ago, a 14 minute trailer of an anti-Islam movie “Innocence of Muslims” released in YouTube and after that it sparked a wave of protests and violence in the Muslim world. Some Muslim countries like Bangladesh and Pakistan blocked YouTube in their country. Now, another new video in YouTube has created a buzz. Due to not removing this newly released video from YouTube, two Brazilian judges ordered individually to arrest the head of Google’s operations in Brazil, Fabio Jose Silva Coelho. Brazil’s federal police have arrested Coelho on Wednesday, September 26.

By On September 28, 2012 Respond
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Google Still Wants A Search Deal With Yahoo

Google Still Wants A Search Deal With Yahoo

Google and Yahoo have a long history. For a long time, Yahoo has used Google’s search technology but eventually decided to ditch it in 2004. In 2008, the two companies were on the verge of yet another partnership but due to certain reason, those prospects were shelved. Now, Google’s chairman, Eric Schmidt, has allegedly stated at a recent event that Google still wants a search deal with Yahoo.

By On September 27, 2012 Respond
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