For a long time, video was something most people only watched on TV or a computer. You certainly didn’t have to move video files around from device to device, unless you were some sort of video professional. But these days, we live in a more video-centric world. Because of this, you may occasionally or even
YouTube is rolling out new features designed to give viewers more control over what videos they watch. The new features will help you explore topics and related videos you’re interested in and remove suggestions and recommendations you’re not interested in. YouTube Gives Viewers More Control Over Content In a post on the Official YouTube Blog,
Christian Cawley and Ben Stegner bring you a brand new Really Useful Podcast, returning for a new run of episodes. This time we take a look at some developments for Minecraft fans, Mark Zuckerberg’s new podcast, what apps you should install from Windows 10, and some thoughts on switching from consoles to Windows 10 for
The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared video game addiction as a disease. So if you feel like you or someone you know plays video games for too long and too often they may well be suffering from a recognized medical disorder. This has been coming for some time. In January 2018, the first
Do you want to download video from the internet? If you see a video you like on Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, or any of the other leading video sites, you might want to create a copy so you can keep it forever. Thankfully, downloading videos off the internet is surprisingly easy. And here are the free
Tried turning your Raspberry Pi into a media center but feeling disappointed? Missing the important channels, like Netflix and Amazon Video, on your Raspberry Pi? Fancy installing Plex for accessing content on your home network. Fortunately, Kodi isn’t all about illegal add-ons. Here’s how to install Netflix, Amazon Video, and Plex on your Raspberry Pi.