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New Zealand-based animator Mitchell Hammond has imagined a bleak future. In Hammond’s new animated short film, Skynet successfully launched its nuclear arsenal in 1997 — the Judgement Day in the Terminator franchise film of the same name — and has ruled the ruined planet ever since. In this instance, however, there’s another factor that Skynet hasn’t taken into account. Bruce Wayne, also known as Batman depending on the time of day and his social schedule, has been hiding in his Batcave since the war broke out.
Once upon a time, in the early days of smartphones (y’know, a few years ago), a company would do everything possible to make its app look as similar to its website as possible. Now everything is topsy-turvy. Today YouTube revealed that some of the website’s new look is going to be borrowed from its mobile app. Brave new world.
It’s incredibly noisy in the cockpit of a helicopter, and you’d assume the sounds you hear in any YouTube police chase video were just the deafening whine of the chopper’s engine. But as one hacker discovered, that monotonous drone can actually hide some useful data, like the helicopter’s GPS coordinates.
Sure, your ISP says you’ll be getting an ADSL2+ connection, but how do you know that the service they’re offering will be able to hold up to every day applications like streaming YouTube videos, for example? Google wants to educate you about how good (or crappy) your ISP is, and has started ranking ISPs on their YouTube performance.
Microsoft has been outed by YouTube content generators, who claim the company has been offering to pay increased ad revenue to video producers who mention Xbox One in a positive light and include the relevant tag in their videos. Plus, in a particular shady move, content generators are required not to talk about being in the scheme in order to get their bonuses.
HBO, the network that brought you piracy-magnets like Game Of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire, will stick the first two episodes of GIRLS season three on YouTube tomorrow. Curiously, Australia will get it before YouTube does! Here’s how.
You won’t believe what some of the DJs on YouTube are doing with the kit to make some of the best live mashups we’ve ever seen. These are the best 10 out there, some of them from DJs right here in Australia!
Tommy Edison, our favourite blind-since-birth YouTube-er, is back to give us yet another glimpse into a world where the mere concept of light is unfathomable. And this time, he’s doing it while sniffing markers.