Category Archives: Video

Vine Launches Online Profiles and Custom URLs

Twitter’s mini-video sharing app Vine has announced that it will start allowing its users to have an online profile for their account. The service has so far been exclusively app-based, but has now rolled …

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Facebook Autoplaying Videos Launch on Mobile Devices

Facebook has started to roll out its autoplaying videos, beginning with users on its mobile platform. That means that users of Facebook for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets will now see videos autoplaying …

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Yahoo! To Start Hosting VEVO Videos in the UK

Yahoo! has signed a deal with music video sharing site VEVO to start hosting its content on its UK desktop and mobile services. What that means is that VEVO will now power Yahoo! Screen’s …

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YouTube to Offer Offline Video Streaming for up to 48 Hours

YouTube has announced a new feature to its video streaming service: offline videos.  Users will be able to save videos to watch offline for up to 48 hours. The new service will mean that …

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Instagram to Offer Video Editing Through Luma App

Instagram has taken steps towards making its video features better, by acquiring editing app Luma. Facebook-owned service Instagram has been offering a video option for two months now, but it’s not taken off as …

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Rumour: Facebook to Add Daily Video Adverts

Facebook is planning to add video advertising to our news feeds, according to widespread reports. The rumours are pretty definite about the new ads. When you log into Facebook, you’ll be presented with an …

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iOS and Android Skype Users Get Video Voicemail

Skype has just launched a new feature that allows users to record a new type of answering machine message. However, loyal Skype users might be disappointed to learn that it’s not free. The service …

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Tesco Preparing Free Movie Streaming Service

Tesco is the latest company to launch a streaming TV service, taking on the likes of Netflix, LoveFilm and Hulu. But there’s one big difference between the supermarket’s service and the current market leaders …

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Twitter Criticised For Promoting Adult Content On Vine

Twitter has apologised after an adult movie made its way onto the opening screen of their Vine app on Monday. The explicit movie was uploaded by a user over the last few days and …

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