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Like what you see? Then “Click to Buy”. You will see a lot of this on YouTube from now on.
It’s no secret, Google has been loosing a lot of money with YouTube because it’s not profitable enough. Sure, it’s popular, but it doesn’t bring profits to the company. As a first step in transforming YouTube into a money-making venture, Google started integrating non-intrusive links within certain video pages that promote different type of products and media.
Users will be able to buy the music tracks of certain music videos they like to watch, or buy a game or movie right after watching the preview or teaser. Partnerships have already been made with iTunes and Amazon.
15 million surfers are using The Pirate Bay regularly to download content using the bitTorrent protocol. This news was announced by a co-founder of the site yesterday.
Also, it seems that The Pirate Bay has another project on their hands. Indeed, they are looking into movie/video streaming using a sister site called The Pirate City. You will find links to the current site and the cached Google site before it was taken down for testing.
According to the message on the home page, the site should be ready in a few days… Promising!
WIRED web site brings us the Top 8 Large Hadron Collider Videos.
If you are as curious as I am on this project and the consequences/discoveries that could result from its use, click the link below and enjoy this fine selection of videos.
You heard right, IMDb in association with CBS, Hulu, Sony Pictures Television, and over 500 independent producers will be offering free full-length movies and tv shows.
As of now, there is only one movie available (Old Friends) but IMDb plans on offering more than 6,000 videos in rotation including movies like Some Like It Hot and Fever Pitch, as well as tv shows like 24, Heroes and Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
On the 24th and the 29th of September, they will offer premieres of tv series even before they are released on the small screen including Knight Rider, Chuck an 30 Rock.