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One of Google’s staple brands, YouTube has a presence just about everywhere. Today sees an update to one of the most popular YouTube apps around – the iPhone and iPad app. Continue reading this article at RedmondPie.com Powered by WPeMatico (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email...

In two rather surprising moves, Google today changed the way users will interact with two of its post popular services; YouTube and Maps. One has received an all-new mode for people to use, whilst the other is going the way of Google Reader. First up, Google Maps is set to receive a whole new mode, with Treasure Mode stemming from Google’s discovery of treasure maps belonging to Captain Kidd (clue number one). Using Maps in a way that only Google can, the company hopes to enlist its army of users in the hunt for Kidd’s long lost treasures,...

While “Gangnam style” was out racking up a billion views, channels owned by Sony and Universal have moved twice as far in the other direction. YouTube has stripped them of these views alleging a violation of the YouTube terms of service which prohibit the artificial inflating of view-counts. According to SocialBlade statistics dug up by The Daily Dot, the Universal Music Group channel lost 1 billion views on December 18th, and another million today. Likewise, the SonyBMG channel lost 851 million views on December 17th. In addition,...

  YouTube has a slick new design. It’s a revamped homepage with some pretty tight Google+ social integration and content discovery features. But if you’ve fired up your trusty Internet machine and the new YouTube hasn’t yet appeared for you, don’t fret. Our friends at The Verge have figured out an easy way (via Google+ user Mortiz Tolxdorff) to turn on the new features right the heck now. At present, the trick only seems to work in Firefox and Chrome. Open up your browser’s development tools: Windows Firefox: Ctrl + Shift...