YouTube is reportedly planning to launch two services this year.
One of the 2, is MusicKey, a service which has existed in beta form since last year.
The other one is said to be a premium offering, from content creators. This is the one which we wrote about way back in April this year. Before you panic, allow me to clarify that YouTube will be continuing to support free videos.
Google’s video sharing service, is ad-driven, and as such it would be extremely unlikely for YouTube to kill free videos, powered by ads. So, what we are looking at is a three tier form of YouTube.
Music Key, in its current form offers offline access, ad-free streaming, both [...]
Yahoo is rolling out some changes to its email service again.
This time, the Sunnyvale Company, is letting users add Photos, Files, GIFs and Links to Yahoo Mail easily.
It also happens to be the second major change for Yahoo Mail, after it introduced grouping of emails by day/time period. The move has been under severe criticism, ever since it was rolled out.
However, the new changes released today are quite good, as it helps in attaching files and URLs with a few clicks.
This option lets you view photos which you have sent or received in your Yahoo Mail. The most recent pictures are displayed on top, as the list is sorted by date. [...]
Facebook is testing a new feature, and thankfully this time isn’t messing around which posts appear in the NewsFeeed.
Well at least not directly.
Mark Zuckerberg famously said last year that, by 2019, Facebook will be “mostly video”. At the rate its Video service is performing, that dream could well become a reality.
As you may be aware, Facebook Videos are becoming incredibly popular. Back in April this year, the social network announced that its users were watching 4 billion videos a day on its website. That is a huge improvement when compared to the number it reported in January, which was 3 billion, and four times of what it reported last year, [...]
Facebook has announced that it is improving the News Feed, yet again.
Over the past two months the social network has introduced several changes in the way stories are displayed.
Initially in May 2015, Facebook began to highlight status updates from friends on the top of the News Feed. This meant that pages that a friend likes, or comments on stories which they like will not be displayed on top of the feed, and will instead be moved lower down in the feed.
Then later in the same month, the social network announced that it would begin displaying Instant Articles in the News Feed. So, it partnered with several news companies, to allow them to post news articles [...]