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YouTube Gaming app goes live for iPhone and iPad

Google has now flipped the switch on its new YouTube Gaming service on the iPhone and iPad, which aims to take away Twitch's share of the popular live game streaming market for both content creators and fans.

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YouTube app now supports playing HD videos at the smooth rate of 60fps

The YouTube app for the iPhone and iPad can now play previously uploaded videos on the site at 60fps in HD, if the video already supports that frame rate.

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YouTube Gaming is set to duke it out with Twitch with live game streaming and more

Google is making a big push into the live game streaming space with YouTube Gaming, a new portal dedicated to gaming content.

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Spotify rumored to enter the video business, holding press event on May 20

A new report claims Spotify may be planning to enter the Internet video content business, and could be going after popular YouTube content creators. The rumor comes at the same time Spotify announced plans to hold a press event on May 20 in New York City.

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Google launches new YouTube app for kids

YouTube (and the internet in general) can be quite the daunting place for parents to have their kids roaming free on. Google has released a new YouTube app, specifically developed for younger audiences. It's a new portal for parents to have their children learn about various topics and discover exciting resources.

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Vector 75: HoloLens, VR ads, and YouTube alternatives

Vector is a news and analysis show focusing on the biggest stories, hottest trends, and most important issues in technology and popular culture. On this week's show, Microsoft has HoloLens, Google has Glass, Facebook has Oculus — what does Apple have or need? Also, what would ads in AR/VR be like, when YouTube makes demands are there alternatives, and the search for Guy. With Dave Wiskus, Georgia Dow, Rene Ritchie.

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YouTube now defaulting to HTML5 video

YouTube is now defaulting to HTML5 video, which if you've been following the evolution of the technology for a while is pretty much the angel opening the seventh seal on Flash.

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Apple TV gets a revamped YouTube app, adds Daily Motion, UFC

Apple TV will be adding several new apps to its set-top box today, along with a revamp of its YouTube app that will include a new design and several additional features.

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YouTube for iOS nabs an update, brings improved music features

Following its announcement of brand new music features earlier today, YouTube for iOS grabbed an update tonight. The update makes your music browsing experience better with the inclusion of a new dedicated music page that offers up listening recommendations. Also along for the ride is the ability to create an endless YouTube mix based on your favorite song or artist, as well as the option to stream full albums directly from search.

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YouTube iOS app updated with full support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Google has just issued a new update to its YouTube iOS app, which offer full optimization for the larger screens on Apple's new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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