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Google Glass to Be Widely Available By the End of 2013?

Google Glass to Be Widely Available By the End of 2013?

Google is set to release Google Glass, their multi-tasking voice-controlled video headset, by the end of 2013. The price will run around $1,500. With all the features that you know from Google built in, and constantly analyzing, you too can be a Terminator. It only took 30 years.

Google Glass Releases New Video: Can Actually Buying Them Be Far Behind?

Google Glass Releases New Video: Can Actually Buying Them Be Far Behind?

Google teases us yet again with another video for Google Glass, the glasses with video capabilities that you can get to do things with voice commands. They gave us a taste awhile back with a stunt-filled Google Hangout that showed off the capabilities of the glasses, but only a select group of people were able to acquire them. Now, they’ve opened up the availability but you can’t just go to a store and buy them just yet.

YouTube Crowns Ad Blitz Winners Picked By the Fans

YouTube Crowns Ad Blitz Winners Picked By the Fans

YouTube just announced the winners of their Ad Blitz campaign, as picked by the viewers. Dramatic ads ruled the roost this year and the top 5 reflects that. We also talked to Michael Yapp at YouTube about this year’s results.

How to Find Google+ Hangouts Going On Right Now

How to Find Google+ Hangouts Going On Right Now

You might be sitting home alone right now, wanting to hang out with someone in the worst way. And, if you can bookmark a simple link that will transport you to a world of Google+ Hangouts that are happening RIGHT NOW. Thanks to a tip from G+GoToGal, we will provide this link to hangout nirvana.

YouTube Censorship: Countries That Restrict Access [Feb 2013]

YouTube Censorship: Countries That Restrict Access [Feb 2013]

The long term ban on user access to YouTube is currently in force in 5 countries: China, Iran, Pakistan, Syria and Turkmenistan, with Egypt the latest in a long line of other countries to face more temporary censorship. As a powerful vehicle for social, political and …

NASA to Turbocharge Google+ Hangout from Space

NASA to Turbocharge Google+ Hangout from Space

NASA has been really cool about giving us videos of outer space and missions and knowledge from their scientists via YouTube.  And now, they're going to hold their first ever Google+ Hangout from space, where people who watch will be able to fire questions (see …

YouTube Preparing for Another Channel Design Overhaul

YouTube Preparing for Another Channel Design Overhaul

It's only been 6 weeks since YouTube announced their last set of major design changes but they've been super busy in the meantime and there are more updates on the way. YouTube made it clear back on the 12th of December that they wanted to improve …

Google Leads in Video Advertising, but Others Boast Similar, Sometimes Better Results

Google Leads in Video Advertising, but Others Boast Similar, Sometimes Better Results

I was reading an article today at Mercury News about how Brightroll has been either neck-and-neck or, as we had reported earlier, outright beating Google in getting a sheer number of video ads to the public.  In the December 2012 Comscore results, Google was once …

YouTube Will Have Paid Subscription Channels Soon

YouTube Will Have Paid Subscription Channels Soon

It looks like paywalls are coming to YouTube, as the Google-owned company will be looking to attract advertisers with channels that can boast a monthly fee.  Several channel producers have been approached to send in applications to create channels that will be behind a paywall.  …

Cool Camera Trick – Create 360º Rotation Shots Using Google Maps’ Street View

Cool Camera Trick   Create 360º Rotation Shots Using Google Maps Street View

Vimeo always has great tips and tricks for those who don’t have a huge budget and recently, they showed how it’s possible to create a 360º rotation shot using Google Maps and Street View, courtesy of Candy Glass Productions, who used the CN Tower in Toronto as their frame of reference. This is a really neat trick.

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