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Daily News Roundup: Stories From the Weekend (and Beyond)

Kaspars Grinvalds/Shutterstock The interesting thing about Monday morning is that, well, there was probably a lot that happened over the weekend. The good news is that now you can catch up on everything you missed from March 23rd-25th  all in one spot. Apple News: Today’s the Day Apple is expected to announce its long-rumored streaming TV and news services at a 10:00 AM PT event today. We’ll be covering all the details here at HTG when it happens, but here’s what we “know” so far (based ...


As Apple takes on Netflix, is YouTube ditching its original content strategy?

On the same day Apple is expected to launch a video subscription service to rival Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, YouTube is reportedly stepping away from its planned big-budget original content ambitions. The post As Apple takes on Netflix, is YouTube ditching its original content strategy? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home Theater, News, Streaming video, YouTube


French Muslim group suing Facebook over Christchurch video

CFCM is also taking action against YouTube for allowing attack footage to be broadcastThe French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) has said it is suing Facebook and YouTube for allowing the public broadcast of a live video by the man who carried out the New Zealand mosque massacre this month.The council said it was suing the French branches of the two companies for “broadcasting a message with violent content abetting terrorism, or of a nature likely to seriously violate human dignity and liabl...
Tags: Christchurch shooting, Facebook, YouTube, Christchurch, Media, New Zealand, Social networking, Technology, World news


The ethics of internet culture: a conversation with Taylor Lorenz

Taylor Lorenz was in high demand this week. As a prolific journalist at The Atlantic and about-to-be member of Harvard’s prestigious Nieman Fellowship for journalism, that’s perhaps not surprising. Nor was this the first time she’s had a bit of a moment: Lorenz has already served as an in-house expert on social media and the internet for several major companies, while having written and edited for publications as diverse as The Daily Beast, The Hill, People, The Daily Mail, and Business Insider,...
Tags: Community, Entertainment, Media, Social, TC, Facebook, Gab, Instagram, Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter, YouTube


How to make a Google account and optimize your security settings

When you make a new Google account, you get access to a free Gmail account along with other services like Google Photos, Google Docs, and a Google Drive with 15 GB of online storage. A Google account also helps other common Google services – like Google Maps and YouTube – remember you and retain your favorite settings and preferences. It only takes a few minutes to create a Google account. All you'll need to complete the form is a phone number for verification.   A Google account is sort of ...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Trends, Google Docs, Microsoft Office, Google Maps, Google Photos Google Docs, Google Account Home You, Step Verification


Satellite giants Dish and DirecTV are taking wildly different pricing approaches to streaming. Here's what it says about the future of live digital TV.

Sling TV and DirecTV Now are taking opposite approaches to OTT growth. DirecT V Now increased its prices, which could cause it to lose half its sub scribers this year, while Sling is ratcheting up promotions to attract new customers. The differences in approach reveal the fundamental differences between the two companies and the future of live digital TV. After competing head to head for years, Sling TV and DirecTV Now, the two biggest digital live TV services by subscribers are taking opposi...
Tags: Google, Hbo, Abc, Youtube, US, Trends, Comcast, Sony, Cbs, Hulu, Viacom, Macquarie, AT T, Frost Sullivan, Alan Wolk, DirecTV


Need help with your digital marketing design? Try Placeit

Online digital design tool gives agents everything they need to make sharp graphics and presentations for $29 a month.
Tags: Technology, Youtube, Marketing, Radio, Agent, Graphic Design, Canva, Online Marketing, Logo Design, Digital Marketing, PlaceIt, Select, Real Estate Flyers


Tips on Building SEO and Online Awareness

YouTube videos and link building By Kellen Kautzman Developing and increasing online awareness is key for small business owners, and there are many simple, inexpensive strategies. SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a battle. Each of the hundreds of businesses I’ve worked with over the last decade have wanted the same thing – return on investment. Most believe if they rank well in Google, they will see the desired return. Their success, of course, is completely dependent upon the keywords which ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Business, Pinterest, California, Youtube, Sales & Marketing, Las Vegas, NICK, Google Adwords, Forbes, Right Now, Google Webmaster Tools Google, Nick Morgan, Kellen Kautzman, Kautzman


Why anti-vaxxer mobs go after pro-vaccine doctors online — and what to do about it

In 2017, Kids Plus Pediatrics, an independent medical practice in Pittsburgh, posted a 90-second video on its Facebook page encouraging parents to have their children vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection that can cause cancer.  For three weeks, the post garnered positive, higher-than-average interest and engagement from the page's followers. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, the anti-vaccination attacks began. Thousands of comments from vaccine skept...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Science, Youtube, Merck, Cnn, Italy, Donald Trump, Unicef, Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders, Sanofi, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Hermann, Federation University Australia


What latency feels like on Google’s Stadia cloud gaming platform

After peppering Google employees with questions regarding Stadia’s latency, pricing and supported devices to mostly no avail, I got my hands on one of their new controllers and pressed play on the Doom Eternal gameplay they were showing off on a big-screen TV. Things started off pretty ugly. The frame rate dropped to a fast-paced PowerPoint presentation, the resolution dipped between 4K crispness and indecipherable blurriness and latency seemed to be as much as a half-second. As the Google em...
Tags: Google, TC, Gaming, Youtube, San Francisco, Tech, Sony, Mountain View, San Jose, Gpu, Phil Harrison, Stadia, GDC 2019, Google Stadia


The Google News Initiative, one year in

In the first year of the Google News Initiative, our efforts have centered around a spirit of experimentation, with programs focused on three pillars: working with the news industry to evolve their business models, raising up quality journalism and driving new thinking and approaches in newsrooms. There’s still much to be done, but we remain committed to collaborating with publishers to build a stronger future for journalism. Empowering sustainable business growth The business of journalism is u...
Tags: Google, Europe, Japan, UK, London, Indonesia, Australia, Youtube, India, Eu, Brazil, Argentina, Finland, Bulgaria, North, John Green


Ad-tech companies are moving full speed ahead to chase OTT ad dollars. Here are the 13 companies poised to win the most.

A growing number of ad-tech companies are moving into over-the-top advertising as ad dollars shift from TV to streaming video. While ad-tech companies are clamoring to get a share of the OTT ad market that's coming from the $70 billion in TV advertising, not all ad-tech companies will actually be able to deliver. Business Insider polled a handful of ad buyers and compiled a list of 13 ad-tech companies that are at the forefront of shaping the future of OTT advertising. More people are cutting...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, Amc, Disney, US, Trends, Comcast, Roku, Cbs, David Cohen, Nielsen, North America, Vizio, Hulu, Comscore


4chan, 8chan, and LiveLeak blocked by Australian internet providers for hosting the livestream of New Zealand mosque shootings

Platforms including 4chan, 8chan, and LiveLeak hosted footage of the New Zealand mosque attacks that killed 50 people last week. In response, a number of internet service providers in Australia temporarily blocked sites that hosted the videos. "We believe it's the right thing to do, out of respect to the victims of this atrocity and their loved ones, to help stop the further sharing of this disturbing video," Vodafone Australia said. Facebook and Google have also been scrambling to halt the sp...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Australia, Youtube, New York City, US, Trends, New Zealand, Associated Press, Telstra, Christchurch, Kotaku, Optus, Vodafone Australia, Al Noor


“It is unacceptable to treat the internet as an ungoverned space,” Australian PM calls for global tech scrutiny

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for a global crackdown on social media after the New Zealand mosque shooting was live-streamed on Facebook last week. “It is unacceptable to treat the internet as an ungoverned space,” Morrison wrote in a letter to Japan’s prime... ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Mobile, Facebook, Twitter, Japan, Technology, News, Internet, Australia, Youtube, Social Media, Regulation, Terrorism, New Zealand, Reddit


Google Stadia gaming platform lets you play games instantly on laptops, PCs, Android devices and TVs in 4K at 60 fps with HDR

At the GDC 2019 yesterday Google announced Stadia, the company's new video game platform, as it had promised. This lets you instantly play games on TV (via Chromecast Ultra), laptop, desktop, tablet or a mobile phone at up to 4K and 60 frames per second with HDR and surround sound. Since this is completely online, gameplay experience may vary based on quality of internet connection. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AffodEEF4ho Google said that developers will have access to nearly unlimited...
Tags: Google, Europe, News, Youtube, Blogging, Canada, Gpu, Hdr, Chromecast Ultra, Google Stadia, U K Regarding Stadia Google


The 9 biggest questions about Google’s Stadia game streaming service

is an impressive piece of engineering to be sure: Delivering high definition, high framerate, low latency video to devices like tablets and phones is an accomplishment in itself. But the game streaming services faces serious challenges if it wants to compete with the likes of Xbox and PlayStation, or even plain old PCs and smartphones. Here are our nine biggest questions about what the service will be and how it’ll work. 1. What’s the game selection like? We saw Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey (a ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Gadgets, Mobile, Gaming, Hardware, Microsoft, Youtube, Tech, List, Nintendo, Super Mario Bros, Game Streaming, Ubisoft


Google’s new Stadia gaming platform is all about streamers

Google and while we’re still waiting to hear more details about how (and when) consumers will be able to access the service, it’s clear that Google clearly kept game streamers in mind when it designed this new service. Indeed, it’s the first modern gaming platform that was clearly designed from the ground up with game streamers in mind. During its presentation today, Google almost spent more time talking about streamers than the games that will be available on the service. Since Google owns...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Gaming, Internet, Youtube, Tech, Digital Media, Twitch, Live Streaming, New Media, World Wide Web, Video Hosting, Stadia, Twitch TV, Ryan Wyatt


Google’s Stadia Streaming Platform is an All-Out Invasion of Gaming

Stadia is Google’s new all-streaming game platform. Google Today the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, Google showed off its brand new game streaming service. Stadia (as in the Latin plural of “stadium”) will be available everywhere that Chrome is: PCs, phones, tablets, and televisions, with current hardware. Google gave us a preview of its system with Project Stream last year. But Stadia is built from the ground up for both streaming and sharing. The service will stream games at ...
Tags: Google, Crafts, Europe, UK, Youtube, San Francisco, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Gpu, Bethesda, US Canada, Google Google, Sony Microsoft, Phil Harrison, Jade Raymond, Stadia Games and Entertainment


Here’s all the news from the Google Stadia GDC presentation

Google announced its new game streaming service Stadia during GDC 2019. Here is all the news from the event, including news on YouTube streaming and quickly accessing your favorite new games. The post Here’s all the news from the Google Stadia GDC presentation appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Gaming, Cloud, News, Youtube, Trends, Game Streaming, Stadia, Google Stadia GDC


Google’s Stadia game-streaming platform kills downloads and lets you play anywhere

Onstage at GDC, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the company’s latest big initiative, taking on the entire gaming industry with a live-streaming service called Stadia that will be launching this year. The service will let gamers leave their hefty GPUs and expensive systems behind. Pichai says that the service can be used on devices with a Chrome browser and an internet connection. To Google that means Stadia will launch on desktops, laptops, TVs, tablets and phones. The service will work...
Tags: Google, Gaming, Microsoft, Youtube, Tech, Amd, Gpu, GDC, Sundar Pichai, Live Streaming, Pichai, Stadia, GDC Google, GDC 2019, Google Stadia


Google’s Stadia game-streaming platform kills huge downloads

Onstage at GDC, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the company’s latest big initiative, taking on the entire gaming industry with a live-streaming service called Stadia. The service will let gamers leave their hefty GPUs and expensive systems behind. Pichai says that the service can be used on devices with a chrome browser and an internet connection. To Google that means Stadia will launch on desktops, laptops, TVs, tablets and phones. At launch Acadia will support 4K at 60fps with surround soun...
Tags: Google, Gaming, Microsoft, Youtube, Tech, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Acadia, GDC Google


Google Debuts Video Games Streaming Service Stadia

Google today launched its Stadia cloud gaming service at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco. From a report: Stadia is not a dedicated console or set-top box. The platform will be accessible on a variety of platforms: browsers, computers, TVs, and mobile devices. In an onstage demonstration of Stadia, Google showed someone playing a game on a Chromebook, then playing it on a phone, then immediately playing it on PC -- a low-end PC, no less --, picking up where the game left off...
Tags: Google, UK, Youtube, San Francisco, Tech, Chromebook, GDC, Sundar Pichai, Pichai, Harrison, Assassin, Phil Harrison, Creed Odyssey, Stadia Google, Stadia Harrison


Patreon ups its revenue cut, but grandfathers in old creators

Patreon couldn’t survive charging all creators just a 5 percent rake on the monthly subscriptions they earn from fans while building commerce tools like CRMs and merchandise to stay ahead of Twitch, YouTube, and Google. But it also didn’t want to screw all its loyal early creators. So today, Patreon is overhauling its pricing. Any creator can still get a 5 percent rate, but just for a Lite version without bonus tools or different fan tiers. All of Patreon’s extra features will now be in the Pro ...
Tags: Google, TC, Facebook, Youtube, US, Tech, Paypal, Jack Conte, Patreon, Lite, Conte, Jenkins, Twitch YouTube


Facebook and YouTube defend response to Christchurch videos

YouTube says spread of videos of attack was ‘unprecedented in scale and speed’YouTube and Facebook have defended themselves against accusations that they failed to act quickly enough in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack, arguing that their moderation is as good as possible given the number of videos uploaded.Facebook said on Tuesday that the original stream of the attack was viewed live fewer than 200 times and non-live by 4,000 people before it was removed from the site. Continue readi...
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Media, Social Networking, Youtube, Social Media, World news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Christchurch, Christchurch shooting


Asian Content Success Built on Multiple OTT Business Models

The importance of knowing what’s trending on video in Asia was underlined Tuesday when YouTube’s international marketing director Sean Park told FilMart delegates that Asia now accounts for five of its top 10 territories in the world – even without China, where the Google-owned platform is not allowed to operate. A day earlier, executives from […]
Tags: Google, Asia, News, Youtube, China, Global, Markets & Festivals, Iflix, Ott, Hooq, Filmart, Sean Park


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. Tesla is asking employees to volunteer and help deliver 30,000 cars before the end of the quarter. Sanjay Shah, a senior vice president at Tesla, asked employees to help deliver 30,000 cars over the last 15 days of the quarter. Netflix says it won't be joining Apple's upcoming TV service. "We prefer to let our customers watch our content on our service," CEO Reed Hastings told reporters at the company's offices in Hollywood...
Tags: Apple, Google, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Youtube, San Francisco, Trends, Tesla, Netflix, Square, Hyundai, Kia, The Washington Post, Pewdiepie, GDC, ZTE


Years of MySpace music deleted; Internet weeps

It’s not so much that anyone expected MySpace to be alive at this point, let alone a safe place for music uploads. The demise of years of MySpace music is more like a sad reminder of the direction of the Internet. First, there’s actually a few events in the timeline of how so much music disappeared from the service in the first place. Remember that about ten years ago it had only just been surpassed by Facebook. Since then, relative traffic, revenue, and headcount have plunged dramatically. T...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Music, Youtube, Opinion, Germany, Tech, Web, History, Bbc, Rants, Stories, Editorial, Myspace, Archiving


EU gov’t and public health sites lousy with adtech, study finds

A study of tracking cookies running on government and public sector health websites in the European Union has found commercial adtech to be operating pervasively even in what should be core not-for-profit corners of the Internet. The researchers used searches including queries related to HIV, mental health, pregnancy, alcoholism and cancer to examine how frequently European Internet users are tracked when accessing national health service webpages to look for publicly funded information about se...
Tags: Apple, Health, Google, Facebook, Europe, UK, Microsoft, Privacy, Yahoo, Advertising Tech, Youtube, France, Germany, Marketing, Google Search, Tech


EU gov’t and public health sites are lousy with adtech, study finds

A study of tracking cookies running on government and public sector health websites in the European Union has found commercial adtech to be operating pervasively even in what should be core not-for-profit corners of the Internet. The researchers used searches including queries related to HIV, mental health, pregnancy, alcoholism and cancer to examine how frequently European Internet users are tracked when accessing national health service webpages to look for publicly funded information about se...
Tags: Apple, Health, Google, Facebook, Europe, UK, Microsoft, Privacy, Yahoo, Advertising Tech, Youtube, France, Germany, Marketing, Google Search, Tech


How to contact Google support for help with any Google-related issue

If you're looking to contact Google for help with a Google-related issue, there are a few routes you can take.  Google does not offer phone support save for assistance with a few specific apps, and many of the numbers posted online claiming to be Google customer service are scams. The company does offer a robust archive of information that can be helpful as you troubleshoot; most issues have likely been addressed. Google will never offer help with security issues like a lost password over the ...
Tags: Google, Google Drive, Youtube, Trends, Don, Google Google, Contact Google



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