More than 25% of YouTube watching happens on a mobile device. Not surprisingly, most users are iOS users. Keeping this in mind, Google recently updated their YouTube app for iPad, iPhone and the iPod Touch.
Wouldn’t you be interested to know why inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee supports the ‘Code Club‘? Also why personalities like Niklas Zennström [Skype, Kazaa], Chad Hurley [YouTube] and many others are fascinated by the cause of the ‘Code Club’? As of now you might be actually wondering what is ‘Code Club’? Want to know? Then read on.
This cool Iron Man helmet comes from Youtube user Tigerpause444. Not only Iron Man, the user has also come up with other helmets, designed based on popular sci-fi characters and movies like Transformers, Star Wars, Halo and more. However, not to forget, these helmets are for design only. They aren’t quite protective as real helmets are.
Google is usually very tight-lipped when it comes in discussing revenues from its non-core businesses like Youtube or Android. However, during the financial earnings conference call today, the company revealed a few interesting facts. Apparently Android (and its mobile advertisements) is bringing in a whopping $1 billion a year. Google’s third-quarter results has been very impressive. With a net come of $2.2 billion and a revenue of $5.5 billion, Google surprised all investors and analysts.
Aren’t these advertisements a superb rendition of the bygone era? At first you might find it difficult to correlate the vintage style with today’s modern day tools of communication and socialization…yet, they absolutely charm us as we look on and read through. These fabricated ads. of YouTube, Facebook and Twitter have been created by advertisement agency MOMA of Sao Paulo for the ad. campaign ‘Everything Ages Fast’.
“iPhone”…..it’s a magic that make people go crazy over it. The gadget is an inspiration and have led people to create things “the iPhone” style. One of which was the iPhone table with even coasters on it. Next was the iPhone cake which looked real cool, after which we saw the iPhone flash drive , a really cute version. Even iPhone icon cupcakes were made by the fans.
Microsoft has officially supported Youtube’s decision to stop support for IE6. Even Microsoft agrees…it is about time. IE6 has already been reputed to be the most hated web browser, especially by web designers. It is predicted Youtube’s move is just a start, as most high profile websites have started to initiate the process to stop supporting IE6 altogether.