Guess what, Microsoft’s official YouTube channel appears to have been taken over by someone not affiliated with the company, who has removed all of the videos and posted solicitations for sponsorships, apparently anticipating an influx of traffic as the news spreads.
I subscribe to the company’s YouTube updates and received notification this morning of two new uploads by the company, both of them rudimentary videos apparently soliciting advertisements for the channel. Since then a third video has been uploaded, along the same lines.
A new Safari extension from Joris Vervuurt replaces the YouTube Flash Player with a HTML5 Player.
FlashToHTML5 replaces the CPU and memory hogging YouTube Flash Player with a HTML5 player. Not only will it look nicer, you will also notice that your computer will run cooler and faster. If you use a laptop, you will also notice that the battery life of a fully charged battery will increase.
FlashToHTML5 will also automatically load the video at the highest quality available, WITHOUT advertisements! The only downside is that subtitles and user-captions are not displayed, but that’s something I may add support for in the future.
A few days back a Samsung Galaxy s got Gingerbread ,now thank to those guys who have work in xda-developers.They have released gingerbread for Motorola Droid and HTC Droid for both handset which is incredible for us.
Now we don’t have any in-depth details of what features stay unchanged and what features would stop working completely. Although from what we see at this link is the GPS and Camcorder put on the “Buglist” which doesn’t take rocket science to know that there might be some issues (or bugs) with the GPS and video recording.
During 2010 YouTube served more than 700 billion videos and received more than 13 million hours of video uploads. Here is this year’s most popular…
Globally, as of November 2010, the most-watched YouTube videos (excluding major label music videos) were: