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TiVo Mega DVR boasts capacity to store 3 years of TV content

TiVo Mega DVR boasts capacity to store 3 years of TV content

Your favorite TV shows -- they often rend your heart and leave you hanging, only to breeze past that one big plot twist and leave you scratching your head after a single missed episode. To help ensure you avoid this unfortunate situation is the new TiVo Mega, a DVR touting the ability to hold 3 years' worth of television content.

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Now you can upload your Google+ videos to YouTube

Now you can upload your Google+ videos to YouTube

Google+ and YouTube are both Google entities, and have a pretty close relationship already. That melding is about to get stronger, too. Today, Google is announcing you can port your Google+ videos right over to your YouTube channel. Not only useful for distributing videos to the world, it’s also a great way to backup your videos.

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George RR Martin does Ice Bucket Challenge (then slips in the pool)

George RR Martin does Ice Bucket Challenge (then slips in the pool)

Not quite tired of Ice Bucket Challenge videos yet? George RR Martin has stepped up to the plate, challenged by Neil Gaiman ("That bastard", he says), and he does it with more than a bit of hesitation. Two bucketfuls make their way onto his head before he takes a somewhat impromptu trip into the swimming pool.

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Fly for iPhone may be the best quick video editor around

Fly for iPhone may be the best quick video editor around

Video editing on a small screen can be a pain. Though iOS is closing the gap with ease of use, the smaller display still makes for a headache-inducing ride sometimes. A new addition to the App Store makes things a bit easier to handle, but is it the best editor you can get for your iPhone?

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YouTube prepping Fan Funding, Creator Studio for iOS, more

YouTube prepping Fan Funding, Creator Studio for iOS, more

In addition to the new Sirius XM "The YouTube 15" show coming next month, the video service has taken the wraps off some planned features it'll be rolling out in the near future. Among these is Creator Studio for iOS, the ability for fans to make donations to a channel, and more.

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Netflix for Android update streamlines binge watching

Netflix for Android update streamlines binge watching

Netflix presents a different viewing experience than traditional cable, and so it isn't surprising that subscribers have taken to viewing content in a different way: namely, binge-watching. On certain platforms Netflix has made this easier using Post-Play, and today Android joins their ranks.

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Star Wars Episode 7 rolling in May with “some very familiar faces”

Star Wars Episode 7 rolling in May with “some very familiar faces”

For the first time since Return of the Jedi, Star Wars will begin filming in a month other than June. Announced this week was a May 2014 "first day of principal photography" date set in stone, this veering off a bit from the schedules set with Episodes I, II, and III. Star Wars (later renamed Star Wars: A New Hope), started filming on March 22nd, 1976, while The Empire Strikes Back started March 5th, 1979, and Return of the Jedi began timing on January 11th, 1982.

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YouTube required to change GEMA content notification

YouTube required to change GEMA content notification

When attempting to view certain content on YouTube, German viewers are presented with one of the many content-blocked notifications the video streaming service offers up, this one in particular blaming German rights organization GEMA for the lack of availability. GEMA didn't take kindly to the notification's wording, and took the matter to court.

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer sheds more light on new characters

Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer sheds more light on new characters

As the premiere for Captain America's next film draws near, Marvel has just released the second trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This time a bit more screentime is given to the film's other major characters such as The Falcon as well as the film's titular antagonist, the Winter Soldier.

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Michael Bay’s TMNT: Ninja Turtles with lips

Michael Bay’s TMNT: Ninja Turtles with lips

The adventure comedy reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action movie series begins on the 8th of August, 2014, but the tiny glimpses and previews start right this minute. This movie is set to star actors like Megan Fox (April O'Niel), William Fichtner (Shredder), Will Arnet (Vernon), and Whoopi Goldeberg (Bernadette Thompson) in the secondary roles, but as our heroes, it's some slightly lesser-known actors behind the masks: Alan Ritchson, Noel Fisher, Jeremy Howard, and Pete Ploszek.

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China now requires video uploaders to use their real name

China now requires video uploaders to use their real name

In a move that probably shocks nobody, the Chinese government has implemented a new rule that will require anyone who uploads a video online to register with their real names. No matter what justification China has for this, it will always be seen by people outside as yet another attempt to control citizens' freedom of expression.

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Vdio movie streaming service closed after beta project flops

Vdio movie streaming service closed after beta project flops

Back in April, popular Internet radio service Rdio decided to jump feet-first into the movie streaming business, launching the comparably named Vdio digital movie service as a beta offering. The beta opened up to all users in the United States and UK by June, but over the last six months it has been more or less limping along, and now, on the cusp of the new year, Rdio has elected to close it down.

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