We geeks seriously need to get out, don’t we? Some part of the world today will be experiencing a rare 100-minute long total lunar eclipse starting at 11:20am PDT today. And for those who will not be able to experience it, Google has found a solution for that!
They are working with Slooh Space Camera to provide you a live mission interface so that you can also experience the lunar eclipse today from your home, and if you’re in one fo the following countries who won’t be able to experience it: South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
Google I/O 2011 is going to kick off in less than 2 hours now and we all looking up for all possibilities to catch the event live from the comfort of our home, office etc. Live video stream will be available for Google I/O 2011 live event.
According to Google, this year, I/O 2011 will be their largest Google I/O event and Google has made sure everyone can catch the keynote, exciting announcements from anywhere around the world.
Google I/O 2011 event is today, and is just 2 hours away from starting. Most of you won’t be attending the Google I/O 2011 this year as the tickets for the event were sold out in just 59 minutes. Google made sure, that everyone, everywhere gets to watch live video streaming of Google I/O 2011 from the comfort of their home, office etc.
YouTube has created a channel, YouTube Person Finder (????), that aggregates video messages from the sufferers of the massive earthquake and tsunami that hit northeastern Japan a week ago.
Videos were being shot at TBS, a major TV station in Japan, and are now in the process of being uploaded.
I just wrote earlier about the cool new Android app released by Google for all the Android devices – YouTube Remote. This app allows you to watch YouTube videos on a computer or Google TV and at the same time you can control it from your Android device.
YouTube Remote creates a virtual connection between your phone and YouTube Leanback. If you’re wondering how to do that, follow the steps given after the jump.
Google launched today a new app in the Android Market, YouTube Remote. Now you can control your YouTube videos on an Internet-enabled device right from your Android phone.
You don’t need to install any client or make any configurations to work on your computer or Google TV. Once connected, you can play, pause, forward, rewind or play videos from different channels on YouTube.
A couple of months back, a hack was discovered which allowed you to record 720p HD videos on the Nexus One.
The same hack was discovered in HTC Desire as well. But wouldn’t it be better if the same videos can be watched in 3D as well? How cool will that be!
YouTube, arguably todayâ€™s most popular video sharing and streaming website is constantly upgrading and making changes to its services to keep the user interest at large. From HD support to a new embedded player, new features and upgrades are made available every now and then. Most recently, YouTube has announced that now it will revamp its mobile website to allow support for the complete YouTube experience which the desktop users enjoy. This includes changes which will enable the YouTube experience to be enhanced on all modern smartphones, including the iPhone.
YouTube has been the attention for all lately. This also includes hackers and problem creators over the web who spread mischief through their wrong doings. There have been several attempts in the past from hackers to gain unauthorized access to YouTube and tamper with its services. A recent example of such an attack took place when today hacker(s) targeted YouTube again, attempting to exploit a security loophole and mingle with the Justin Bieber videos present on YouTube. This is not a one of its kind attack, as hackers have also picked up on Justin Bieber videos over the internet before as well.