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Vidcon 2015 Welcomes ReelSummit - Exclusive Discount for Industry Track

For those of you that have been lucky enough to attend our annual ReelSummit event, where we brought marketers, brands, retailers, and storytellers together to celebrate the business of video, we have some news for you. The good news is that we have secured an exclusive opportunity for ReelSEO and ReelSummit fans to attend a worthy alternate event with an exclusive discount.
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Is YouTube Way Too Late to the Game with Music Key?

Spotify and other services have been streaming music for a small subscription fee for many years. Now YouTube has entered the fray with Music Key. But is it too little and too late for the video giant to stake its claim in the streaming music provider industry?
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Will iPhone 6 YouTube Meme Hurt Samsung Too? #BendGate

Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard about the bendy iPhone 6 Plus and the #BendGate meme that has tarnished Apple's reputation. The biggest sales ever of the newest product from technology's most beloved brand took a big hit this week when some videos like "iPhone 6 Plus Bend Test" from Unbox Therapy were uploaded to YouTube to show how the phone could be bent. Now other phone manufacturers, like Samsung, are coming under the same scrutiny.
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5 Million Google Passwords Leaked, Check Your YouTube Account

Another day, another security breach. In the latest reminder that nothing is really that secure on the Internet, 5 million Google email addresses, usernames and passwords have been leaked to the outside world. If you have updated your Google log-in details recently then you are probably OK. If you haven't updated your password in years, then now might be the time to do that.
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Hey Trolls, You Can Go Back to Using False YouTube Names Again

When YouTube introduced the new commenting system in November 2013, it was an attempt to tackle a number of issues, one of which included making users accountable for their comments by forcing them to use their real names. After an avalanche of bad feeling from the YouTube community, Google has now reversed the decision.