Tag: YouTube

  • YouTube dips its toe into gaming with experimental Playables

    YouTube is dipping it toe into gaming with a new experimental Playables offering. As we reported back in early September, the Google-owned video giant has been testing a feature called Playables, which offers simple casual games that can be played directly in the YouTube app or web page. Now that Playables feature is available to…

  • Bard now pulls info from YouTube videos without having to watch

    Amid all of the Microsoft/OpenAI/Sam Altman drama this week, Google is quietly getting on with making its lower-key Bard assistant more useful. Google has published its latest Bard updates, and one of them will analyse YouTube videos for you and pull out key bits of information. I can easily recommend this fantastic Black Friday iPhone…

  • YouTube testing out new AI features in videos

    YouTube is testing out a pair of interesting new experimental AI features. The Google-owned video service is tweaking things again, this time with a couple of AI-based experiments. One of these experiments involves using AI to organise large comments sections, providing helpful summaries that enable content creators to either jump into conversations or simply get…

  • YouTube is going to war with ad-blockers

    There are three types of YouTube users; those who brag about ad-blockers, those who have to put up with more ads as a direct result, and those who say ‘sod it’ and just pay up for YouTube Premium, even though the price of that is going up as a result of the ad-blockers too. The…

  • How to upload a video to YouTube

    YouTube is the world’s biggest online video platform, allowing all of its users to upload videos for the world to see. Many people have made a career out of this, as generating enough views can generate income through advertising.  If you’ve created your own video and want to share it with the world, then we’ve…

  • How to delete your YouTube watch history

    We all have our guilty pleasures, especially when it comes to videos on YouTube whether it be SpongeBob SquarePants clips, PewDiePie streams or basic cooking tutorials.  If you’d rather not suffer the embarrassment of a friend or family member discovering your guilty pleasures, then you’ll be glad to know that YouTube allows you to erase…