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Google Photos update adds a usable video editor at last

Google Photos update adds a usable video editor at last

Today Google revealed they'd be adding a video editor to their Google Photos app, at long last. The Google Photos app for Android will add "granular adjustment" abilities for videos in the very near future. Per Google Photos Product Manager Zachary Senzer, "Today we're adding even more editing capabilities to Google Photos so you can easily fine-tune your memories - no expertise needed."

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Zoom just added lip and hair color effects: Here’s where to find them

Zoom just added lip and hair color effects: Here’s where to find them

Zoom just added a feature to video chat called Studio Effects. This feature allows users to add oddities to their face in augmented reality in odd colors and combinations of colors. With this feature, users can add a moustache and beard in human hair color, new lip color, and more.

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YouTube will make it easy to watch Super Bowl ads without the game

YouTube will make it easy to watch Super Bowl ads without the game

If you're one of the people who don't enjoy watching football but watch the Super Bowl for its advertisements, YouTube will make things a bit easier for you this upcoming weekend. Google has detailed some features it has for football fans, including its YouTube AdBlitz plan that'll offer up many of the big game's ads.

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It seems Super Nintendo World is open and the videos are pouring in

It seems Super Nintendo World is open and the videos are pouring in

It seems that despite the nation's state of emergency declaration and Universal's previously stated plan to delay opening its new Super Nintendo World theme park, a number of people have already gotten access to the destination. As a result, a large number of videos showing off the theme park have been published, and they make it look even more fun than anticipated.

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YouTube Clips tests Twitch-like video snippet sharing

YouTube Clips tests Twitch-like video snippet sharing

YouTube remains the world's biggest video-sharing site even with the likes of Twitch, TikTok, and Instagram eating away some parts of that pie. Despite the platform's goal of maximizing engagement, especially with money-making YouTubers, it has been criticized at times for being slow on innovating new features and implementing much-needed ones. Lately, however, it has been testing out features that are eerily similar to some other platforms' features and its latest clearly takes a page out of Twitch's clip-sharing functionality.

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White House adds ASL interpreter to press briefings on YouTube

White House adds ASL interpreter to press briefings on YouTube

The Biden administration has made White House press briefings more accessible for people who are deaf or have trouble hearing. If you head over to the official White House channel on YouTube, you'll now be able to watch these press events with an American Sign Language interpreter, something Press Secretary Jen Psaki says is intended to improve accessibility.

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Budweiser donates Super Bowl ad spot for COVID-19 while other brands sit it out

Budweiser donates Super Bowl ad spot for COVID-19 while other brands sit it out

Several big-name brands will dedicate their Super Bowl advertising time to fighting COVID-19. Anheuser-Busch announced that they "aren't running a commercial during the Super Bowl." To be clear, here, they're not leaving the time-honored and massively expensive tradition - they're donating their airtime to the Ad Council and COVID Collaborative's "COVID-19 Vaccine Education Initiative."

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Netflix Shuffle Play release date revealed for public rollout

Netflix Shuffle Play release date revealed for public rollout

This week Netflix confirmed that the long-awaited "Shuffle Play" feature will be released to the public in the first half of the year 2021. This Shuffle Play feature will be helpful for those users that enjoy playing a single TV show (generally a comedy) for comfort viewing. It's also likely GOING to be great for those users that'll want to shuffle through content placed on a list by Netflix - like when a single title has several seasons of episodes and a movie.

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How to watch the 2021 Biden Inauguration Day event live

How to watch the 2021 Biden Inauguration Day event live

Tomorrow, Wednesday the 20th of January, is Inauguration Day in the US, marking the start of Joe Biden's term as the 46th US president. The inauguration will happen in an event at the US Capitol in Washington DC -- and though you can't attend yourself, you can still watch it live using a variety of platforms.

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YouTube might soon put shopping links in videos

YouTube might soon put shopping links in videos

Netflix may be the king of video streaming and VODs but YouTube remains at the top for all other kinds of videos (ironically except the kind that Netflix offers). As such, it becomes the prime platform for reaching out to millions of viewers and, consequently, millions of potential customers. The latter is exactly why YouTube is apparently experimenting with embedding shopping links right inside videos for the benefit of sellers, viewers, and, of course, YouTube.

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Sony 360 Reality Audio speakers aim to bring concerts to your living room

Sony 360 Reality Audio speakers aim to bring concerts to your living room

Back in 2019, Sony looked into the future with a sound mapping system they called 360 Reality Audio. Here in 2020, they've developed that idea to the point where they're able to provide artists access to the tools and 360 Reality Audio-enabled speakers and headphones to the everyday average user. With new speakers released this year and new tools for creators, Sony's made it possible to bring next-generation spherical audio concert-like experiences to the masses.

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Discovery+ standalone streaming service now live, but only in US

Discovery+ standalone streaming service now live, but only in US

Cord-cutters have another streaming entertainment option in the form of Discovery+, the platform that was fully detailed around a month ago and is now open to subscribers. The service has launched for users in the United States, and it is available on a large number of home entertainment platforms like Roku and Fire TV.

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