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Download Own Uploaded YouTube Videos Without Any Software Or Apps

Download Own Uploaded YouTube Videos Without Any Software Or Apps

While there are quite a few software tools and apps available that let someone download videos from YouTube for offline watching, from now on you really don’t need them anymore if you are looking to download your own videos from YouTube. Today I’ll try to show you how to download your own YouTube Videos in their original resolution without any software tools or apps. Hope so, you’ll be benefited.

By On October 6, 2012 Respond
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iPad Mini Prototype And Leather Case Surfaces

iPad Mini Prototype And Leather Case Surfaces

The iPad Mini is quite the talk these days. After news broke out yesterday that the iPad Mini may be announced at an event on October 17th, the craze has been phenomenal. We now have video footage of the supposed iPad Mini and a leather case. We cannot verify that this labeled prototype model is genuine, but we’ll do our best at explaining the footage.

By On October 3, 2012 1 Response
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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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Consumers Prefer TV Sets As Primary Screens For Online Video Streaming

Consumers Prefer TV Sets As Primary Screens For Online Video Streaming

Various market research reports have announced the gradual death of television long before. The credit was given to the rise of online videos, viewed mainly through computers and cellphones. But, a new report reveals some interesting insights. The report tells how television and video streaming has finally learned to go along side by side, complimenting each other.

By On September 27, 2012 Respond
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U.S. Judge Denied To Order Removal Of Anti-Islam Film From YouTube

U.S. Judge Denied To Order Removal Of Anti-Islam Film From YouTube

Filmmaker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula (known as Sam Bacile, a resident of Los Angeles county) made a film “Innocence of Muslims”, which mocks Prophet Muhammad (Sm). Nakoula uploaded a 14-minute controversial footage (trailer) of this film in YouTube, the world’s most popular video file sharing sites in the social media. But after seeing this trailer, entire Muslim nations of the world, especially the Middle East Muslims were raged. The film stirred the whole Muslim nations in such a way that some countries were forced to shut down YouTube in their country. The U.S. authorities have requested YouTube to remove the video. The issue went into such lengths that an actor had to file a complain in the court. But, the court denied to issue a removal order to YouTube.

By On September 22, 2012 Respond
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UrtheCast: 24×7 Real-Time Video Feed Of Earth From Space To Go Live Soon

UrtheCast: 24×7 Real-Time Video Feed Of Earth From Space To Go Live Soon

Have you ever imagined seeing live imagery of the Earth from Space 24×7? Well, this is about to be true. Two high-definition (HD) cameras are going to be installed on International Space Station (ISS) which will provide 24×7 live video coverage of the Earth. The world will never look the same again.

By On September 19, 2012 Respond
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Report Says Approximately 20% Of US Internet Users Can’t Stream HD Video

Report Says Approximately 20% Of US Internet Users Can’t Stream HD Video

Internet access is a luxury for those Americans whose income is low and for which they can’t afford. But the irony is while U.S. President Barack Obama has pledged to put broadband in every home and the FCC has embarked on an ambitions project to bring high-speed Internet access to every corner of the United States. At that time we found that according to a report from video hosting and analytics startup wistia, nearly 20% of all Internet users in the U.S. are unable to watch HD video over their existing internet connections.

By On September 11, 2012 Respond
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Amazon Seals A Deal With Epix, Gets Instant Access To Blockbusters

Amazon Seals A Deal With Epix, Gets Instant Access To Blockbusters

Epix is a movie service which provides the latest content from a number of America’s major studios. These include names like Paramount Pictures and Lionsgate. The company formerly had an agreement with Neflix to stream exclusive content for it. Now, Amazon seems to have bagged the prize.

By On September 5, 2012 Respond
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Best Buy Selling $1000 HDMI Cable: Is It Trying To Be Funny?

Best Buy Selling $1000 HDMI Cable: Is It Trying To Be Funny?

I am not sure, if consumers should laugh or cry when they see the Best Buy page offering $1000 HDMI cable. When you can get a similar cable for $10 to $20, what good would a $1000 HDMI cable call upon? The cable literally turns your life upside down (and your wallet too) and probably makes a display more real than reality itself.

By On August 23, 2012 Respond
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US Internet Users Viewed 36.9 Billion Online Videos In July: comScore

US Internet Users Viewed 36.9 Billion Online Videos In July: comScore

Market research firm comScore has published a report that shows the growing appetite for online videos among the U.S. internet users. The report shows that a total of 36.9 billion videos were viewed by U.S. internet users in July 2012 alone. Among these, video ads accounted for 9.6 billion, around 20.7 percent of total videos viewed online. The total unique visitors viewing videos online were counted to be 184 million, around 85.5 percent of the total U.S. internet users.

By On August 20, 2012 Respond
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[Infographic] How Online Video Is Pushing Television Out Of The Cliff?

[Infographic] How Online Video Is Pushing Television Out Of The Cliff?

How many hours have you spent watching television this week? Can’t remember? Okay, an easier question this time. Did you spend more time watching television or watching online videos last week? If you are a tech savvy person, then you undoubtedly spent more time watching online videos. If you’re a bit of old school, then you have resorted to traditional television. How did I know? The infrographic below told me.

By On August 18, 2012 Respond
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Amazing Music Video Created Entirely In Microsoft Excel

Amazing Music Video Created Entirely In Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is normally held as the synonym for bore. The software is usually used as a spreadsheet app and normally, it’s simply numbers that goes in and out of it. However, it doesn’t mean that Excel can’t be put to a more creative and colorful use. Watch the music video below to see how.

By On August 11, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

[Tutorial] How To Stream Videos From Sites That Is Blocked From Your Country

There are many US online video services that block access to their web site based on your IP, so you are not able to watch videos on their web site if you are not from US or Canada. Some of those web sites are Netflix or Hulu and if you really want to have access to those web site, you have to follow this tutorial. In this tutorial I will show you how to access them using free online service called Tunlr.

By On July 18, 2012 1 Response
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Study Says People Prefer YouTube For Breaking News

Study Says People Prefer YouTube For Breaking News

YouTube is the most popular video sharing website at present. Most of the time, people visit this website to watch videos. A new study has found that, people from all over the world are preferring the Google-owned site YouTube not only for videos but also for news footage. It means, YouTube is becoming a major platform for news.

By On July 17, 2012 Respond
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Rare Footage Shot In 1953 Reveals The Sound Of A Real Nuclear Blast

Rare Footage Shot In 1953 Reveals The Sound Of A Real Nuclear Blast

In the year of 1953 on March 17, a nuclear bomb test called ANNIE had been done. It was the first nuclear test in Operation Upshot-Knothole where reporters were permitted to see the explosion in first hand.We’ve found a video footage capturing the blast in 1953. And, unlike most videos of the nuclear blasts, this one is raw and edited to the least degree. You are going to see the real blast and hear the real sound.

By On July 16, 2012 Respond
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