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Snapchat Spectacles now export clips in a much more useful way

Snapchat Spectacles now export clips in a much more useful way

Snapchat's Spectacles can now export video in a much more usable format, ditching the circular shape and making footage captured with the camera-toting sunglasses play nicer with other social networks. Until now, exporting a video captured by Spectacles with Snapchat's app would do so in a circular format, with a white border around the footage.

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YouTube Merchandise, Membership tries to recoup YouTubers’ losses

YouTube Merchandise, Membership tries to recoup YouTubers’ losses

YouTube has made many changes of late in response to the scandals that its stars and content filters have brought about. But while many of these changes were made to appease authorities and sponsors, YouTube has also alienated quite a number of its own creators, making it harder for them to monetize their hard work. At VidCon 2018, the video streaming giant has announced new programs that they hope will appease those disgruntled YouTubers, including allowing them to sell without having to go to other third-party (a.k.a. not YouTube) platforms.

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PGA Tour free livestream golf coverage arrives on Facebook this week

PGA Tour free livestream golf coverage arrives on Facebook this week

PGA Tour has announced a partnership with Facebook that will result in more than 60 hours of live coverage being streamed on Facebook Watch, the social network's video platform. Exclusive live Saturday and Sunday coverage will be made available on Facebook Watch, where the public can watch it for free. The streams will pull content from a total of eight tournaments ahead of the FedExCup Playoffs.

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Instagram reveals IGTV standalone vertical video app with channels

Instagram reveals IGTV standalone vertical video app with channels

Instagram has announced a new app called IGTV, a vertical video platform for Instagram users to post content and watch videos. The content will be available in both the Instagram app and the IGTV app, the latter of which serves as a dedicated destination for video-only content. The app will launch in the near future, but we know all the details now.

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Resident Evil 2 Remake gameplay: see the stunning new look in action

Resident Evil 2 Remake gameplay: see the stunning new look in action

During its event earlier this week, Sony revealed that Capcom is launching a totally remade version of its hit classic game Resident Evil 2. A trailer for the updated title was showcased during the PlayStation event, but now videos of actual gameplay have made their way to the Internet. Ready to see how stunning the "Remake" looks?

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What is Bitcoin? Let AI explain

What is Bitcoin? Let AI explain

If you want to know what Bitcoin is and haven't been able to understand anyone trying to explain, boy do we have a video for you. This video comes from the folks at Botnik Studios. They're a team of creatives and/or engineers making artificial intelligence a tool for some of the strangest stuff I've ever seen before. They're using AI like a paintbrush, and the canvas is your mind.

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Doctor Who old series episodes streaming on Twitch

Doctor Who old series episodes streaming on Twitch

This week the folks at Twitch responsible for non-gaming content announced they're bringing Doctor Who into the mix. They'll be pushing over 500 original Doctor Who episodes to the streaming video platform, all from the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. That's the beginning of the show in 1963 through the 1980s, all broadcast on Twitch over a seven-week period.

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The only way Google X’s Selfish Ledger is “good”

The only way Google X’s Selfish Ledger is “good”

This morning we caught a glimpse of a leaked internal video from Google X called The Selfish Ledger. The head of design at what was called Google X (and is now just "X" under Alphabet) Nick Foster made this video with David Murphy, Google Senior UX Engineer. In the video, they show how learning computers could allow Google to modify human behavior and the future of our Earthbound society.

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YouTube Music Premium: 5 things you need to know

YouTube Music Premium: 5 things you need to know

Today Google "revealed" YouTube Music and YouTube Premium - but it's not that simple. This is a re-branding and a changing of the guard. Much like previous Google app products (we're looking at you, chat,) Google's released several products that are relatively similar. Today we're going to make sense of the whole lot.

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DC Universe streaming service revealed: exclusive shows and more

DC Universe streaming service revealed: exclusive shows and more

Last year, DC Comics announced plans to launch its own streaming service, one that would further fragment the streaming market but promised to offer fans access to the Titans show, among other things. That service still isn't available, but it's closer than ever. DC recently launched a landing page for the service and is encouraging fans to sign up.

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Ant-Man and Wasp Trailer: Let’s get TINY

Ant-Man and Wasp Trailer: Let’s get TINY

It's time for the next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe - or the chapter between chapters. It's confusing. Let's discuss. Hank Pym and his daughter Hope van Dyne team up with Scott Lang to take on a new, weird, phasing sort of evil. But wait a minute - what does this mean with regard to Infinity War? Don't worry, this article has no Infinity War spoilers in it.

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Snapchat Spectacles 2.0 VS 1.0, new vs old

Snapchat Spectacles 2.0 VS 1.0, new vs old

Snapchat Spectacles v2 are out - that's Snapchat Spectacles 2.0, according to Snap. Today we're having a look at the differences between the new Snapchat photo and video-recording glasses and their predecessor. At first glance, you might not be able to tell the difference - but once you're behind the lenses, you'll be running with heat.

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