• YouTube Now Supports HDR Video

    YouTube Now Supports HDR Video

    As of Monday, anyone with a supported device—like an HDR television with Chromecast Ultra or Samsung's 2016 lineup of SUHD and UHD TVs—can tap into HDR videos from YouTube stars like MysteryGuitarMan, Jacob + Katie Schwarz, and Abandon Visuals.You can check out their playlist of HDR content online, but any YouTuber can now upload HDR videos.
  • MIT AI Looks at Still Images, Predicts What Will Happen Next

    MIT AI Looks at Still Images, Predicts What Will Happen Next

    But machine intelligence still struggles to form images, ideas, and sensations without direct input.They are not the first to tackle this topic, but their model does pioneer new techniques—like processing an entire scene at once.
  • Porn Pirates Exploit YouTube 'Backdoor'

    Porn Pirates Exploit YouTube 'Backdoor'

    Porn pirates are reportedly using a known YouTube backdoor to store infringing material on Google's servers for free.According to TorrentFreak, savvy users upload content without publicly listing it on YouTube; instead, they use private links to embed clips elsewhere online.
  • Amazon Launches Chime Video & Voice Chat

    Amazon Launches Chime Video & Voice Chat

    It's been 11 years since Amazon first launched Amazon Web Services (AWS).The latest of those is video and voice chat.
  • One Photo Not Enough? Instagram Now Lets You Post 10

    Planning to post multiple photos or videos on Instagram?You can now combine up to 10 of them into a single post, filling your friends' feeds with a new level of storytelling.
  • Gmail Now Lets You Preview Video Attachments

    Gmail Now Lets You Preview Video Attachments

    Until now, the only way to view a video attachment in Gmail was to download it to your computer's hard drive and open it in a media player.The Web giant on Thursday announced that video attachements can be previewed in Gmail — no downloading necessary.