Google today announced an updated YouTube app with all new design for Xbox users. With this new app, you will be able to find videos you want more easily with the updated YouTube app for TV designed specifically for the big screen. You can also access all the videos and playlists from channels. You can update this app in Xbox Store on Xbox One consoles. Find it all more easily with the guide The channels you subscribe to and videos you care about will be a click away with a guide on the left side that’s just like the guide you see on YouTube on your computer, phone, and tablet. When you sign in, you can jump to all the latest videos from your subscriptions and recommendations in the What to Watch section, or pop on a playlist you’ve saved such as Blogilates’ Cardio AB Attack and turn your TV into ...

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Game DVR and Upload are among the most popular apps on Xbox One and Microsoft is improving this experience on Xbox One even more. Starting tomorrow Microsoft is rolling out an update to the YouTube app on Xbox One allowing you to share this video directly to your YouTube channel. Game DVR and Upload are among the most used apps on Xbox One. We know how important it is to be able to easily watch and share video clips, and starting tomorrow we’re rolling out an update to the YouTube app on Xbox One that integrates Game DVR and Upload with YouTube**, making it easier than ever to capture and share game clips with the world. Now, use Game DVR to capture epic gaming moments, edit them in Upload Studio, and, with the simple click of a button inside the YouTube app (look for My Uploads**), share them instantly to ...

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Orange SA Chief Executive Stephane Richard said in an interview with French television channel BFM TV that Dailymotion is in talks with Microsoft for a partnership. Dailymotion is one of the largest video portals in the world but trails Google’s YouTube significantly. “Talks continue…with Microsoft,” Mr. Richard said, according to a transcript of the BFM interview provided by Orange, who confirmed the comments. “This doesn’t mean that we will reach an agreement.” He also confirmed that this is not an acquisition, the partnership with Microsoft would be foremost “industrial” and Orange would likely maintain a majority stake in Dailymotion. Last year, Yahoo tried to acquire Dailymotion and the deal got rejected by French government which has some stake in it. The potential partnership with Microsoft for Dailymotion may be involved with making it as the default video upload option in Windows Phone, Windows and Xbox platform. Microsoft already tried online ...

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Google surprised everyone earlier today by releasing Waze app for Windows Phone devices. Here is the next one, YouTube app for Xbox One consoles. As expected, this app takes advantage of Xbox One platform features such as Voice, gestures, etc,. The YouTube app for Xbox One also makes it easier to find and watch whatever you want: Voice – Control the app just by saying “YouTube” wherever you are in the app. Commands like play, pause, and fast forward will instantly pop up on screen. Gesture – Grab the screen to scroll through videos, and use your hand to pick which one you want to watch.   When your Xbox One arrives later this week, give this app a try. Source: Google ...

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First they came for Sesame Street, and everyone laughed.  Now however the YouTube hackers struck closer to home, taking down Microsoft’s YouTube channel, deleting the existing videos, replacing the background and adding an advertisement for Subbox. They hacked YouTube Channel has been up for several hours now, suggesting either Microsoft but more likely Google, famous for their legendary poor customer service, have been slow to respond. The hacked channel can be seen here. ...

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