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    The Samsung Galaxy Be aware 20 Ultra’s 120Hz display screen is good for gaming, with a significant refresh amount that make game titles more responsive and seem a lot smoother in-action. Viewing smartphones tout 120Hz shows is outstanding, primarily contemplating a lot of higher-stop TVs, displays, and sport consoles battle to strike regularly large refresh costs like that. If you are looking for Android games that can take whole advantage of your phone’s superior-refresh-fee display, Android Law enforcement compiled a listing of about 200 game titles available on Google Participate in that guidance 120Hz gameplay. There is a broad wide range of genres accessible, almost everything from strategy, roleplaying games, and shooters, to puzzle online games, journey game titles, and...
    Joe Biden YouTube Joe Biden YouTube After announcing that Joe Biden’s official Vice Presidential pick was Kamala Harris, Biden and Harris appeared for a joint announcement on August 12. In the middle of Biden’s speech, before Harris spoke, Biden’s official YouTube account dropped the video. The live stream was still available from other channels, but Biden’s official channel dropped the feed about seven minutes into Biden’s speech, leaving only the Biden Harris logo for people to see. Closed captioning simply read: “Audio Dropout.” YouTubeYouTube Biden’s video feed stopped working right around the time he was talking about how today is the three-year anniversary of Charlottesville. He asked people to close their eyes and remember what happened. Shortly after...
    San Juan, Aug 11 (EFE) .- The music video for “Con Calma”, by reggaeton artist Daddy Yankee and his Canadian colleague Snow, surpassed 2,000 million views on YouTube, marking the seventh time that a video of the Puerto Rican as a soloist, Guest artist or collaborator reaches that figure on said platform. “Transcending different cultures in my language and representing it has been the mission since the beginning of my career. There is no greater satisfaction than to continue with my legacy and continue in music,” Daddy Yankee said in a press release released this Tuesday by their representatives. The music video for “Con Calma” premiered on YouTube on January 23, 2019. Since then, it has been at the top...
    By Chris Willman | Variety.com LOS ANGELES – Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight” is officially a hit single again 39 years after its release, thanks to a pair of twins from Gary, Indiana whose spontaneous reaction to the unexpected drum break in Collins’ ballad has caused it to be possibly the most meme-d song of August 2020. “In the Air Tonight” currently sits at No. 3 on the iTunes song sales chart, trailing only the brand new releases “WAP” by Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion and “Beers and Sunshine” by Darius Rucker. It’s not just a passing single-day phenomenon, either. Numbers provided by Alpha Data show that “In the Air Tonight” was the fourth biggest selling song...
    Imagine your name becoming a viral trend! Well, as exciting as it sounds we doubt if Binod Tharu, a certain YouTube user feels exactly the same way. His activity on YouTube is limited to going on videos, and commenting his name, ‘Binod’. While in a normal world, no one would have noticed his obsession with his own name but we aren’t living in one, right? Turns out a video highlighting the unusual comments on Youtube videos went viral recently and netizens were quick in picking up on the trend and flood social media posts with Binod’s name in it. Bollywood actress, Radhika Madan recently tried to be a part of the same trend. Binod Funny Memes and Jokes Are Trending on Social...
    Cardi B defended her decision to put Kylie Jenner in her headline-breaking music video for her new single "WAP." The track features fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion and dance cameos from Sukihana, Rubi Rose, Mulatto, Rosalía, and Normani. It also has Jenner, 23, strutting down a hallway in another scene. After the video dropped, the Grammy-winner received some backlash for asking Jenner to be part of the project. PETITION URGES KYLIE JENNER TO BE REMOVED FROM CARDI B, MEGAN THEE STALLION'S MUSIC VIDEO A fan on Twitter pointed out that while Normani performed a dance sequence, Jenner merely just walked around but was more widely talked about. “Normani did ALL this and Kylie walked down the hall and opened a door. If that’s not a perfect visual indication of...
    Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight” is officially a hit single again 39 years after its release, thanks to a pair of twins from Gary, Indiana whose spontaneous reaction to the unexpected drum break in Collins’ ballad has caused it to be possibly the most meme-d song of August 2020. “In the Air Tonight” currently sits at No. 3 on the iTunes song sales chart, trailing only the brand new releases “WAP” by Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion and “Beers and Sunshine” by Darius Rucker. It’s not just a passing single-day phenomenon, either. Numbers provided by Alpha Data show that “In the Air Tonight” was the fourth biggest selling song of the week ending Aug. 8, up from...
    A STUNNING fan-made video reveals how the next iPhone could shape up when it hits shelves later this year. The upcoming gadget is shown with a retro boxy design and a triple rear camera system squeezed into the top left corner. 4This fan-made render may reveal the design of the iPhone 12Credit: YouTube/ConceptsiPhone Apple only recently confirmed it's making a new iPhone, which is expected to launch in October. Other than a vague release date, the firm hasn't said anything about the mobile – thought to be called the iPhone 12 – or revealed what it looks like. Video-makers at YouTube channel ConceptsiPhone took matters into their own hands, building a 3D mockup of the phone based on recent rumours....
    YouTube has reinstated a viral video in which a doctor describes abortion procedures after the platform temporarily removed the video Friday, saying it violated YouTube guidelines. The pro-life group Live Action initially posted “Abortion Procedures: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Trimesters” on February 24, 2016. Former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino describes four abortion procedures during the first, second, and third trimesters of pregnancy in the video, which had garnered 1,792,579 views as of Monday morning. (RELATED: TikTok Reinstates Live Action Account, Apologizes, Says ‘Human Error’ Caused Ban) WATCH:  YouTube temporarily deleted the video Friday afternoon, according to emails provided to the Daily Caller News Foundation by Live Action. Live Action immediately appealed the removal of their video and used social media...
    Google-owned YouTube deleted a pro-life video with 1.8 million views posted by the pro-life organization, Live Action, four years after it was posted. The social media platform later reinstated the video after the organization appealed Google’s censorship. “JUST NOW: @YOUTUBE has DELETED one of Live Action’s Abortion Procedures videos,” tweeted the pro-life organization on Friday. “The video is presented by a former abortionist. Has been seen 1.8 million times. And has been live since 2016. This is dangerous & unacceptable, @TeamYouTube.” JUST NOW: @YOUTUBE has DELETED one of Live Actions Abortion Procedures videos. The video is presented by a former abortionist. Has been seen 1.8 million times. And has been live since 2016. This is dangerous & unacceptable, @TeamYouTube...
    A video of an older woman accosting a younger woman at a Subway for trying to “hack” her is circulating on social media. The video shows an older woman accusing a younger woman of trying to “hack” into her accounts from her phone when the young woman was supposedly just watching a YouTube video. Hide The young woman started filming the interaction after the older woman accosted her once. She told a security guard the older woman confronted her and told her she was “an idiot” for being on her phone and “going to jail” for the alleged “hacking.” Hide “You have no right hacking into my phone,” the older woman says in the video. “I have a nice, big...
    Video has emerged showing two firearms mounted on the wall of Jake Paul's Los Angeles mansion weeks before FBI agents raided the home and seized several high-powered weapons.   The YouTube star's $6.9million Calabasas property was raided on Wednesday as part of a federal criminal investigation reportedly linked to Paul's arrest in Arizona in June. Aerial footage of the search showed law enforcement officers walking out of Paul's home with several rifles in hand before loading them onto police vehicles.   Those same weapons appear to be displayed in the background of a YouTube video at Paul's house uploaded by fellow internet star Tanner Fox last month. Scroll down for video  A YouTube video uploaded by fellow internet personality Tanner Fox last...
    Twin YouTubers Alan and Alex Stokes are facing felony charges for allegedly posing as bank robbers during a series of pranks last year that resulted in an Uber driver being held at gunpoint by police. The siblings, 23, are each facing a felony count of false imprisonment effected by violence, menace, fraud or deceit, and one misdemeanor count of falsely reporting an emergency, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. According to prosecutors, the twins’ ‘twisted’ pranks took place in their hometown of Irvine on October 15, last year. The brothers - dressed in all black, wearing ski masks and carrying duffel bags full of cash - pretended they had just robbed a bank while their videographer filmed them...
    Alan and Alex Stokes, 23-year-old twin brothers known best for posting prank videos to YouTube under their channel Stokes Twins, have each been charged with a felony related to a fake bank robbery, the aftermath of which the brothers recorded and posted to YouTube last October, according to the Orange County district attorney’s office (via The Hollywood Reporter.) As part of the prank, the two brothers falsely presented themselves as criminals to an Uber driver and other random bystanders, who they then implored to give them clothes, rides, and other forms of assistance in a way that South California authorities say broke the law. “These were not pranks. These are crimes that could have resulted in someone getting seriously...
    Federal brokers are looking out the Los Angeles mansion of controversial YouTube star Jake Paul after footage surfaced of an enormous occasion there amid the coronavirus pandemic, in accordance with reviews. The FBI executed a search warrant early Wednesday morning on the 23-year-old v-logger’s house in Calabasas, TMZ reported. It’s unclear whether or not Paul is house or what’s on the heart of the investigation. Dozens of individuals had been seen with out masks at Paul’s house final month in footage obtained by FOX 11. Video confirmed revelers boozing and crowding collectively regardless of coronavirus restrictions within the Golden State, the outlet reported. Paul — a infamous prankster — beforehand was charged in early June with prison trespassing and...
    Federal agents are searching the Los Angeles mansion of controversial YouTube star Jake Paul after footage surfaced of a massive party there amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to reports. The FBI executed a search warrant early Wednesday morning at the 23-year-old v-logger’s home in Calabasas, TMZ reported. It’s unclear whether Paul is home or what’s at the center of the investigation. Dozens of people were seen without masks at Paul’s home Saturday in footage obtained by FOX 11. Video showed revelers boozing and crowding together despite coronavirus restrictions in the Golden State, the outlet reported. Paul — a notorious prankster — previously was charged in early June with criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly for allegedly disregarding police orders to film...
    TikTok : Snapchat’s grace was in the self-erasing photos and short videos. The grace of TikTok is in the short videos. And the fun of YouTube’s new Video Builder tool is in… short videos. Google and its streaming platform look directly at the fashionable social network with the idea of ​​creating a new tool for companies. YouTube Video Builder Thought “so that companies without resources can create videos from scratch”, Video Builder is a free beta tool that animates static elements and assets like images, text, and logos, adding music from the YouTube library like the one you can listen to here. The tool allows you to choose from a variety of designs based on your message and...
    Houston mayor warns of $250 fine for not wearing face mask McDonalds CEO seems to hint at an upgraded chicken sandwich Karlie Kloss Urges Voters to Make Change in the November Election in New YouTube Video All Karlie Kloss wants for her birthday this year... is for her fans to get out and vote. © Provided by People Karlie Kloss/YouTube When Kloss looked back on the past 28 years of her life in a YouTube video titled, "28 Things I've Learned in 28 Years" in honor of her August 3 birthday, the Project Runway host urged her viewers to vote in the upcoming 2020 presidential election in November. "Your voice and your vote matters. So register and show up at the...
    YouTube An unidentified man posted the clip to the YouTube account, “MYNDFK.” A video of a California man harassing two Asian ladies in a San Francisco park goes viral. The video was uploaded Aug. 2 to the YouTube account MYNDFK, which is presumably run by the person who filmed himself. Within the now-deleted clip, titled “Asian go dwelling. Take your racist virus w/u,” the person behind the digicam is heard shouting on the two ladies as they stroll side-by-side. “Mumble your self again to Asia, Okay? Mumble your self again there,” he spews. “You little aggressive shits, get out of right here.” It’s unclear what prompted the person, however the two ladies...
    YouTube An unidentified man posted the clip to the YouTube account, "MYNDFK." A video of a California man harassing two Asian women in a San Francisco park is going viral. The video was uploaded Aug. 2 to the YouTube account MYNDFK, which is presumably run by the man who filmed himself. In the now-deleted clip, titled “Asian go home. Take your racist virus w/u,” the man behind the camera is heard shouting at the two women as they walk side-by-side. “Mumble yourself back to Asia, Okay? Mumble yourself back there,” he spews. “You little aggressive shits, get out of here.” It is unclear what prompted the man, but the two women remain silent as they continue to walk....
    Before Android, before the iPhone, and before GoPro became a known brand, the Flip Video camcorder took the world by storm, allowing millions to shoot digital home videos one-handed and easily save, share, and upload them to a nascent YouTube, thanks to an iconic flip-out USB port. What you probably didn’t know: the Flip Video was almost a Google-branded camera, internal Google emails revealed by the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust sub-committee show. It would have been Google’s first camera and perhaps the first piece of Google-branded hardware as well. What we know In January 2006, a year and a half before the first Flip Video went on sale, Google Video product manager Peter Chane tried to convince his colleagues...
    Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL)  grilled Google CEO Sundar Pichai today over the removal of footage from a recent press conference held by the organization America’s Frontline Doctors. Steube argued, the videos are “free expression of speech and you have these doctors who are giving their opinion as doctors.” Appearing via video link before the House Judiciary Committee’s antitrust panel today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was questioned by Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) about the company’s removal of footage from a recent press conference held in Washington D.C. by an organization called America’s Frontline Doctors. Breitbart News recently reported that the Masters of the Universe quickly censored a live stream published by Breitbart News of a press conference held in Washington D.C. by the...
    A DAD whose TV journalist daughter was murdered five years ago has voiced his anger at social media platforms because footage of her killing is still being posted.  Heartbroken Andy Parker, has accused Facebook and YouTube of capitalising on the murder videos for "pure shock value and entertainment". 3Alison Parker and her father Andy pose together shortly before her murder Grudge-bearing Vester Flanagan, 41, killed TV reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, in Virginia as they conducted a live interview local tourism chief Vicki Gardner, 61, about the anniversary of a man-made lake. Flanagan, who had been sacked from the station the journalists worked for, opened fire at close range. He filmed the shootings and posted footage...
    Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have taken down a video spreading false information about a coronavirus "cure" that was shared by President Trump. The clip was viewed millions of times before it was scrubbed from the social media platforms.  The video published by right-wing website Breitbart shows a news conference in front of the Supreme Court steps with South Carolina Republican Rep. Ralph Norman and several people claiming to be doctors who have worked with COVID-19 patients. Dr. Stella Immanuel, one member of the group calling itself "America's Frontline Doctors," said hydroxychloroquine, a drug that was touted by Mr. Trump, is a "cure" for coronavirus.  "This virus has a cure, it's called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Zithromax," she said. "You don't need...
    Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter removed a viral video of doctors discussing the coronavirus and a potential cure on the grounds that they violated the social media platforms' misinformation policies. The video was shared by President Trump and his son Donald Trump Jr. on social media after it was originally posted by Breitbart News. The video shows people in lab coats identifying themselves as “America’s Frontline Doctors” while holding a press conference outside of the Supreme Court. “This virus has a cure. It’s called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Zithromax,” Dr. Stella Immanuel, a West African born and trained physician, said in the video. “You don’t need masks. There is a cure.” Immanuel said she has had a 100% success rate...
    By Andy Parker for CNN Business Perspectives Editor’s note: Andy Parker is an activist and author of “For Alison: The Murder of a Young Journalist and a Father’s Fight for Gun Safety.” The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own. My daughter Alison was murdered on live television on August 26, 2015. To this day, the video of her murder is still being hosted on YouTube and Facebook. Both platforms took down the original videos, but the videos were reposted by conspiracy theorists and other bad actors. Along with my advocacy for gun violence prevention, I’ve spent the last five years trying to get Facebook and Google, which owns YouTube, to take down the reposted videos. Facebook says it...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/CNN) — A video featuring a group of doctors making false and dubious claims, telling people they don’t need to wear masks during the current surge in coronavirus cases, was removed by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube after going viral online Monday. President Donald Trump had shared multiple versions of the video with his 84 million Twitter followers before it was removed Monday night despite the dubious claims running counter to his administration’s own public health experts. The video, published by the right-wing media outlet Breitbart News, featured a group of people wearing white lab coats calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” staging a press conference in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC. During the press...
    By Jon Passantino and Oliver Darcy | CNN Business A video featuring a group of doctors making false and dubious claims related to the coronavirus was removed by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube after going viral online Monday. The video, published by the right-wing media outlet Breitbart News, featured a group of people wearing white lab coats calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” staging a press conference in front of the US Supreme Court in Washington, DC. President Trump shared multiple versions of the video with his 84 million Twitter followers Monday night despite the dubious claims running counter to his administration’s own public health experts. Spokespersons for the White House did not immediately respond to requests for comment. During the press...
    President Donald Trump appears to have complicated feelings for Dr. Anthony Fauci While the commander in chief has publicly said that he has a good relationship with the nation’s top immunologist, his Twitter feed tells a different story. In a flurry of curious Tweets and retweets late Monday night, Trump’s retweeted a podcast promotion that featured Fauci-critic Dr. Lee Vliet which is sure to cause drama at the next White House Coronavirus Task Force meeting (at least one that both Trump and Fauci will attend.) The tweet originated from a Twitter account called WarRoomPandemic, and claimed: “Dr. Fauci has misled the American people on many issues, but particular, on dismissing #hydroxychloroquine and calling Remdesivir the new gold standard.” A screengrab of...
    YouTube America’s Frontline Medical doctors summit. The America’s Frontline Medical doctors Summit is going down on July 27 and 28 in Washington, D.C. On July 27, there was a morning session and afternoon session in addition to a press convention on the steps of the Supreme Court docket. Video clips of the occasion have been going viral on July 27 as many have shared some medical doctors’ speeches on social media. Fb, Twitter and YouTube have been eradicating movies of the press convention on account of “misinformation” associated to COVID-19. Right now, the Tea Social gathering Patriots’ hyperlink to the press convention on YouTube continues to be obtainable, watch it under: Press...
    YouTube America's Frontline Doctors summit. The America’s Frontline Doctors Summit is taking place on July 27 and 28 in Washington, D.C. On July 27, there was a morning session and afternoon session as well as a press conference on the steps of the Supreme Court. Video clips of the event have been going viral on July 27 as many have shared some doctors’ speeches on social media. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have been removing videos of the press conference due to “misinformation” related to COVID-19. At this time, the Tea Party Patriots’ link to the press conference on YouTube is still available, watch it below: Press Conference – America's Frontline Doctors SummitLIVE from the steps of the US...
    THERE have been over 31 million YouTube channels set up since the video-sharing platform was launched in February 2005. Anyone can create, use and make the most of a YouTube channel - and best of all the platform is entirely free to use. 4Anyone can create a YouTube accountCredit: Alamy How do you create a channel on YouTube? In order to create your own YouTube channel, you will need to make sure you have set up a Gmail (or Googlemail) account. Then take the following three steps: Go to www.youtube.com and click on ‘Sign In’ in the top right-hand corner. Your Gmail account will prompt you to sign in. If you do not have one, click ‘Create Account’, and...
    Paul's recent YouTube video features behind-the-scenes footage of the shoot in which partygoers gathered at his Calabasas home, and several swung from an excavator parked outside. Jake Paul/YouTube On Friday, YouTuber Jake Paul debuted his new music video for "Fresh Outta London" on his YouTube channel.  The video features scenes from a widely-criticized gathering hosted at Paul's Calabasas home on July 11. Footage from the party, in which mask-less guests gathered inside and outside the mansion and swung from heavy machinery parked outside, was criticized online and the mayor of Calabasas called the event "outrageous." In the video, Paul can be seen singing to a crowd while standing on a platform suspended from the large excavator.  Visit Insider's...
    These videos are truly out of this world. Extraordinary images captured by NASA’s robotic rovers are giving Earthlings their first look at Mars in state-of-the-art, ultra high-definition video. A 10-minute clip posted on YouTube features panoramic views of the Red Planet’s surface, including sweeping deserts, massive dunes, craggy outcroppings and cracked ground strewn with jagged rocks. “This is the first time Martian footage has been rendered in stunning, 4K resolution,” a narrator intones as haunting music plays in the background. The video’s “journey across the surface of another world” was posted by Britain’s ElderFox Documentaries, which said it was created using digital photos shot by three NASA rovers — Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity — and beamed back to Earth. They...
    Spotify now supports video podcasts, starting with a handful of shows that can be viewed by most free and premium users. The company announced the news today, saying that all users where podcasts are supported will be able to not only listen to these shows but also watch them, both on desktop and mobile. For now, though, only certain podcasts are able to post video to Spotify; most podcasters won’t be able to upload their own video footage. Videos will start automatically when someone presses play, and they’ll sync with the audio feed, so if someone exits the app or locks their device while watching, the audio will continue. The initial shows launching video companion content are Book of Basketball...
    AUSTIN McBroom has come under fire for a resurfaced video that sees him slapping his young daughter's buttocks. Fans criticized McBroom for slapping his four-year-old daughter Elle's behind and exclaiming "oh, god damn" in an old video. 6 Austin McBroom has been criticized for a video that some consider predatoryCredit: Getty Images - Getty McBroom has faced backlash more than once for inappropriate behavior. Who is Austin McBroom? Austin McBroom is a former college basketball player turned TikTok and YouTube star. He is head of The Ace Family, a YouTube channel that he shares with wife Catherine and their two young daughters, Elle and Alaia. The pair welcomed another child in June earlier this year, a boy named Steel. 6...
    Whistleblower raised concerns about questionable activities by Pompeo 13 Major Grocery Chains That Havent Required You to Wear a Mask Everything Jeffree Star didnt address in his 10-minute apology video © Jeffree Star / YouTube Jeffree Star broke his silence over the weekend. Jeffree Star / YouTube Jeffree Star released a 10-minute YouTube video on Saturday called "Doing What's Right," where he vaguely apologized to James Charles. The video follows Star's month-long hiatus from the internet since Karmegeddon had people wanting some accountability from huge online celebrities like Star and Shane Dawson for problematic behavior in their pasts. He said this video was the start of a "new chapter." But as many commentators and YouTubers have pointed out,...
    Magician Andy Clockwise showed his YouTube fans how to make a Krispy Kreme face shield. Andy Clockwise/YouTube Andy Clockwise, a magician based in the UK, made a face shield out of a Krispy Kreme doughnut box.  The entertainer posted a tutorial to his YouTube channel showing his 4.8K subscribers how to cut and fold the box into what looks like a piece of personal protective equipment.   By cutting off the top of the box and folding the sides, Clockwise made use of the plastic window built into the doughnut carrier.  "It's quite comfortable," Clockwise said of his innovation. You can view Clockwise's tutorial below and learn how to make a Krispy Kreme face shield for yourself. Visit Insider's...
    APPLE'S top-secret iPhone 12 design may have been revealed months before the official launch. Genius 3D designers have mocked up the long-awaited handset's new look – based on the latest Apple leaks. 6Apple is expected to introduce a brand new squared-off designCredit: YouTube / Enoylity / Milind Chandwe 6Apple's new mobile could be inspired by classic models like the iPhone 4Credit: YouTube / Enoylity / Milind Chandwe Apple is expected to launch a series of new iPhone models this September. And although it's keeping quiet about the details, we've seen plenty of leaks and predictions from key insiders in recent months. Now a stunning 3D concept video for the iPhone 12 has been created by Milind Chandwe and the Enoylity...
    A recent report from the New York Times alleges that when promoting video clips on its platform, Google gives a secret advantage to its own video streaming service, YouTube. The New York Times reports that tech giant Google gives its video streaming service YouTube an advantage over other websites, a claim which if true would likely play a part in the current antitrust investigations into the tech giant. The NYT gives examples of how Google’s search algorithm appears to give preferential treatment to YouTube clips over those from rival sites such as Facebook. The NYT writes: Take a clip of basketball star Zion Williamson that the National Basketball Association posted online in January, when he made his highly anticipated pro debut. The clip was popular on...
    The tech CEO found decapitated in his New York City apartment issued a passionate defense of his fledgling company just months before his grisly murder. Fahim Saleh posted a YouTube clip in early February vowing to stand by his motorcycle ride-hailing app, Gokada, as it faced a crackdown from officials in its home base of Nigeria. “I’m never gonna give up, because that’s the true attribute of an entrepreneur, never giving up,” Saleh said in the five-minute monologue, which Gokada later shared on its Twitter account. “Entrepreneurs are the ones that really change countries, that really change cities. They’re the ones who bring the vision, they’re the ones who bring the passion.” see also Decapitated, dismembered body of...
     YouTube star Nicole Thea did not die giving birth, her devastated family have revealed, after she told viewers she 'felt like she was dying,' just days before she died along with her unborn son. Miss Thea, 24, who died on Saturday morning, was eight months pregnant and was chronicling her baby journey to her 160,000 Instagram followers and nearly 90,000 YouTube subscribers. In a video posted on July 1, she spoke about 'the worst thing about my pregnancy,' telling followers: 'I feel like I'm dying.' YouTube star Nicole Thea, 24, died on Saturday along with her unborn son Reign. They leave behind Ms Thea's partner Global Boga, 20, whose real name is Jeffery Frimpong, Her cause of death has not...
    Singer Dhvani Bhanushali is ecstatic. Her single “Vaaste” has crossed seven million likes on YouTube. She says watching her dream fulfilled is a thrilling experience. “I had always dreamt of becoming India’s pop sensation, and watching my dream getting fulfilled is a thrilling experience. ‘Vaaste’ has received an overwhelming response from everyone, so much so that wherever I go my fans ask me to sing it for them and watching the adoration on their face fills my heart with joy,” she said. Jeetenge Hum: Dhvani Bhanushali’s Song for COVID-19 Warriors Ignites the Sentiment of Unity (Watch Video) “‘Vaaste’ will always remain close to my heart. It was a collective effort of my team to give the audience something fresh and relatable....
    YouTube star Nicole Thea posted a video about her 'emotional' pregnancy just days before her death, joking that it felt like 'the baby's eating me'.  The street dancer turned influencer, who lived in London with her partner, died on Saturday morning along with her unborn son Reign. The circumstances of the deaths are unknown.  Miss Thea, 24, was eight months pregnant and was chronicling her baby journey to her 160,000 Instagram followers and nearly 90,000 YouTube subscribers. In a video posted on July 1, she spoke about 'the worst thing about my pregnancy'. In the clip, she told her followers: 'I'm more emotional. Literally I could be fine one minute and then the next second I'm crying. I'm having a...
    Actress Daisy Shah unveiled her YouTube channel with her first video, “Start of a new journey”, where she welcomed her fans to her channel and told them the reason behind launching it. Daisy has been actively engaging with fans since the lockdown began, with her online presence. She has been active on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, sharing workout videos, recipes, and photos of herself and her pets. She has also been conducting a lot of live sessions. The decision to start her YouTube channel was a natural extension to this as she wants her fans to see the real Daisy. Vidyut Jammwal Announces His YouTube Channel Along with His Pet Dog (Watch Video) The YouTube channel will give her fans...
    Elections in Delaware and New Jersey, Blackout Day, Johnny Depp: 5 things to know Tuesday Auto dealers, restaurants with ties to lawmakers were among the firms that got PPP loans: Treasury/SBA data Video: UFC 251 Countdown for Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas 2 Did you miss the debut of “UFC 251 Countdown” or just want to watch it again? Check out a preview of one of the night’s key fights now. © Provided by MMAJunkie The segment takes a special look at the rematch between former strawweight champions Jessica Andrade and Rose Namajunas, whose first encounted resulted in Andrade winning the title from Namajunas with a slam knockout. UFC 251 takes place Saturday at Yas Island in Abu Dhabi....
    9 of the USs wildest, weirdest, and most spectacular outdoor art experiences Auto dealers, restaurants with ties to lawmakers were among the firms that got PPP loans: Treasury/SBA data Video: UFC 251 Countdown for Jose Aldo vs. Petr Yan Did you miss the debut of “UFC 251 Countdown” or just want to watch it again? Check out the bantamweight title preview now. © Provided by MMAJunkie The segment takes a special look at the fight between former featherweight champion Jose Aldo (28-6 MMA, 10-5 UFC) and Petr Yan (14-1 MMA, 6-0 UFC), who will battle for the vacant 135-pound title. UFC 251 takes place Saturday at Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims...
    Best new originals: Radioactive, Hanna (season 2) Best new movies: First Cow, Pineapple Express, Marianne and Leonard: Words of Love Best new shows: The Fosters (seasons 1-5), Antiques Roadshow (season 17) Full list of July 2020 originals Full list of July 2020 movies Full list of July 2020 shows Monthly (PrimeVideo only) $8.99 Annually (w/Amazon Primesubscription) $119 Annual (w/Prime Studentsubscription) $59 AMAZON PRIME FREE TRIAL Best new originals on Amazon Prime Video: July 2020 Radioactive Marie Curie provides both a love story and a science story, and it’s told here in an Amazon Prime Video Original repurposed from a limited theatrical release in the spring. Rosamund Pike plays Curie...
    Joanna NeliusJust now•Filed to:YouTubeYouTubeArtificial IntelligenceGoogleSavePhoto: Robyn Beck/AFP (Getty Images) Google announced Wednesday that it had implemented its SmartReply system for YouTube creators, which will give those users access to suggested replies based on what someone has commented. Unlike the SmartReply system Google currently uses for Gmail, SmartReply on YouTube required some further tweaking because of the way people us language on that platform compared to email—it will even auto-suggest emojis. “In comparison to emails, which tend to be long and dominated by formal language, YouTube comments reveal complex patterns of language switching, abbreviated words, slang, inconsistent usage of punctuation, and heavy utilization of emoji,” said Google in its blog post about the feature. The blog goes into a lot...
    The coronavirus quarantine has led to celebrities finding newer and newer ways to keep their audiences entertained. While musicians are holding virtual concerts, Hollywood celebs have been doing their bit to help out amid the crisis by reading stories online and hosting virtual shows. Brie Larson aka Captain Marvel seems to have thought to make a good use of her time at home to start her own YouTube channel where she will be talking about her personal life as well as also chatting with some special guests. The actress dropped her first video on July 2 and well, we think it’s a lot of fun. Brie Larson Has the Cutest Reaction to a Gay Couple Getting Engaged at Her Meet and...
    The 'Vanderpump Rules' star shared the devastating details of her pregnancy loss in a lengthy video. Scheana Shay opened up about her miscarriage in a heartbreaking new video posted to YouTube. The Vanderpump Rules star broke down in tears as she shared the details of the devastating miscarriage she suffered in her sixth week of pregnancy with her boyfriend Brock Davies’ baby. In the 35-minute video, titled, “I Had a Miscarriage,” Scheana was sitting on a bed in tears as she began her story. The 35-year-old reality star and singer could barely speak as she revealed that she felt like she owed it to her fans to let them know what has been going on with her over the past...
    Coronavirus updates: Nations capital grudgingly hosting fireworks bash; Pfizer hopes to provide 100 million vaccine doses by years end 22 Companies That Have Filed for Bankruptcy Since the Pandemic Began — and 16 That Could Be Next Mountain bikers’ close bear encounter caught on video When a wilderness bike park opens for a new season, riders face a stronger possibility of encountering critters – including bears! – that aren’t yet used to their presence. © Provided by For The Win The accompanying footage, captured at Sun Peaks Bike Park in British Columbia, Canada, shows a close encounter involving expert mountain bikers and a young bear that was not expecting the raucous intrusion. “Oh, agh! Bear, dude!,” Jesse Melamed, the...
    Allegheny County Covid-19 rates spiked after bars and restaurants reopened, county health department says Pizza Huts largest U.S. franchisee files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Morphe Cosmetics says Jeffree Star is not a company owner or investor after Tati Westbrook supported the theory in an explosive video © Tati Westbrook/YouTube; Jason Koerner/Getty Images Tati Westbrook (left) has claimed that Jeffree Star is a co-owner of Morphe Cosmetics, and that it played a role in allegedly stirring up a feud between Westbrook and James Charles. Tati Westbrook/YouTube; Jason Koerner/Getty Images Tati Westbrook said in a new video that she believed Jeffree Star is a co-owner of Morphe Cosmetics. A representative for Morphe told Insider that's false. "We can confirm that...
    Rebecca Black, best known for her viral hit "Friday," is the latest celebrity to face backlash over past inappropriate behavior. Over the weekend, a video of Black, now 23, and YouTube star Shane Dawson from several years ago resurfaced, featuring the two of them laughing while referencing the Holocaust. In the clip, Dawson, now 31, holds up a piece of paper with "The Holocaust" written on it and tells Black, who was 16 at the time, to act it out so that he can guess what's on the paper. 'MYTHBUSTERS' STAR ADAM SAVAGE ACCUSED OF ALLEGEDLY SEXUALLY ABUSING SISTER AS A CHILD: LAWSUIT Black attempts to act out a representation, to which Dawson responds: "Big vagina. Khloe Kardashian's vagina." When...
    Dawson (L) reacted to Westbrook's (R) video by going live on Instagram. Shane Dawson / Instagram, Tati Westbrook / YouTube YouTube beauty guru Tati Westbrook uploaded an explosive new video on Tuesday.  In it, she alleged that Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star conspired to gaslight and coerce her into releasing her infamous "Bye Sister" video, which went on to cause major fractures in the beauty community in 2019.  James Charles lost 3 million subscribers as a result of Westbrook's "Bye Sister" video, which was uploaded in May 2019.  Westbrook's new, hotly anticipated video, titled "Breaking My Silence..." is the latest development in a seemingly never-ending series of controversies involving Dawson and Star which has left Dawson demonetized on...
    Tati Westbrook (left) has claimed that Jeffree Star is a co-owner of Morphe Cosmetics, and that it played a role in allegedly stirring up a feud between Westbrook and James Charles. Tati Westbrook/YouTube; Jason Koerner/Getty Images The events of the 2019 YouTube beauty YouTuber war are being relitigated amid new controversy surrounding Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star.  Tati Westbrook revealed new information about her drama with James Charles in a video on Tuesday, claiming that Dawson and Star had stoked her fight with Charles because they were jealous of his YouTube success.  Westbrook said that she believed Star was a co-owner of Morphe Cosmetics, a common theory on YouTube, which would play into her theory of why she...
    In a new video, Tati Westbrook claims that she was "manipulated" into making her 2019 "Bye Sister" video. Screenshot YouTube/Tati On Tuesday, Tati Westbrook released a new video in which she makes a variety of claims about the events of 2019's "Dramageddon 2.0." Most notably, Westbrook claims that Shane Dawson and Jeffree Star "manipulated" her into making "Bye Sister," an explosive video about James Charles that threw the beauty world into chaos. In her most recent video, she claims that she only set the video to private at YouTube's request, saying that YouTube told her that it was a "bad look for their platform." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Beauty YouTuber Tati Westbrook released an explosive...
    'I recognize and take responsibility for the times I was not the ally I am becoming today.' YouTuber and television personality Liza Koshy took to Instagram on Monday, June 29 to publicly apologize for two old video of hers that some found to be offensive. In the videos which were posted in 2016, she and fellow YouTuber David Dobrik were tasting food from Japan and Hawaii. At one point, they appeared to mock the Japanese language, according to Deadline. In one particular clip, Dobrik read off the names of the various food items, appearing to attempt to miss-pronounce them on purpose. He then gave his own imitation of the Japanese language. Koshy, his then girlfriend, told him “no” repeatedly but...
    (CNN)By now, the garden variety YouTube apology is an easily recognizable art form: Puffy eyes, a sparse background, a vague title -- and in the middle of it, a famous creator who's done something very, very wrong. JUST WATCHEDYouTube star Jenna Marbles quits over past racist videosReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHYouTube star Jenna Marbles quits over past racist videos 01:21The latest star to tread this familiar road is also one of the platform's earliest success stories. Shane Dawson, who has been active on YouTube for 12 years and whose main channel boasts 22.6 million subscribers, recently posted a video apologizing for, among other things, using blackface and saying the N-word in his early videos. In the 20-minute video, titled "Taking...
    YouTube star Jenna Marbles says she is quitting her channel, after being on the platform for a decade during which she garnered over 20 million subscribers and over 3 billion views, due to her past racist and sexist videos. Now that “cancel culture” is in full swing for everyone, unless you’re the governor of Virginia, some people are deciding to just cut to the chase and cancel themselves,  one such example is YouTube star Jenna Mourey — better known as Jenna Marbles. The YouTuber announced on Thursday that she will be leaving the platform over insensitive content that she posted in 2011 and 2012. “I feel like we’re at a time where we are purging ourselves of anything and everything toxic,”...
    New York — The largest video social network in the world, YouTube seems to be learning from the great success of TikTok because will incorporate a function of this network to its platform. YouTube reported that they started testing a way to record videos in several segments, and whose maximum length will be 15 seconds. YouTube clarifies that this function is experimental, and that for now it will only reach content creators, although it does not detail what conditions must be met by the channels of youtubers to be able to see this function. TikTok-style video recording can only be used on smartphones, and will work on both Android and iOS, although it is not specified whether these small...
    Tiktok is an application that became very popular with the COVID-19 pandemic, and with it many people were able to relax for a while and through a video of less than a minute they perform their best dance steps and jokes. But now YouTube is also betting on this type of short video and wants to offer new content creation options on its platform. The video platform mentioned that since June 24, a new way of recording videos of a 15-second interval began to be implemented and can be recorded in several segments. Tiktok. This new option will come first for content creators, and they will be the ones who promote this new YouTube function so that...
    One of the original YouTube stars, Jenna Marbles, has decided to step away from producing content after becoming embroiled in a blackface scandal. Marbles shared the news Thursday in a YouTube video on her channel titled, “A Message.” “Alright, so I get it,” the YouTuber, whose real name is Jenna Mourey, began her video. “I feel like we’re at a time where we are purging ourselves anything and everything toxic. I’m being requested that I address things that I’ve done in my past.” “…I’ve definitely done things in the past that weren’t great and I’m not completely unproblematic and I’ve tried my best to grow up and to be a better person,” she said. “First and foremost, I want...
    YouTuber Jenna Marbles is leaving her channel. Jenna Mourey, better known by the name she uses on her channel, released a video recently addressing several old, racially offensive videos that have garnered backlash. In the video, she apologizes for several specific videos, in addition to announcing that she is leaving YouTube. The first video addressed in the video, which clocks in at over 11 minutes, was released in 2011. It sees Jenna Marbles using blackface to impersonate rapper Nicki Minaj. The video has been private for a while and hasn’t been available for the public to watch. Here’s what she had to say. “I don’t know how else to say this, but it doesn’t matter because all that matters...
    YouTube is testing a new feature for users of its mobile app that lets them record short multi-segment videos lasting no longer than 15 seconds - just like TikTok. It is currently only an experiment and no date has been set for when the feature will be made available for users of the Google-owned video sharing service. The 'short video' feature will replace the ability to upload longer-form videos and will be available under the 'create a video' feature within the social video app. Like TikTok, users will be able to tap and hold the record button to capture a short clip and then tap it again to add subsequent clips - creating a multi-segment video. YouTube is testing...
    YouTube Jenna “Jenna Marbles” Mourey has been a fixture on YouTube for almost so long as the location has existed, and her content material has concerned over time. The YouTuber has over 20 million subscribers on her channel, and has now mentioned she’s going to not be importing on the platform. In an emotional video, Jenna Marbles, 33, apologized for a lot of of her movies, displaying clips of movies she has since privated on the platform. The movies included her showing as Nikki Minaj in what she known as blackface and likewise her well-liked playlist of movies concerning what ladies do versus what boys do. “I simply don’t need content material on...
    YouTube star Jenna Marbles says she’s signing off… for now. The YouTube star, whose actual title is Jenna Mourey, introduced Thursday by way of her channel that she’s going to not be producing content material due the backlash she has confronted over previous movies, together with a number of during which she dons blackface. In a video known as “A Message,” Mourey says, “I really feel like we’re at a time the place we’re purging ourselves of something and the whole lot poisonous.” She has over 20.2 million followers on the video-based platform. The movies in query, now made non-public by Mourey, have been constructed from 2011-2012. In a single, she dons blackface to impersonate rapper Nikki Minaj. In...
    YouTube star Jenna Marbles says she’s signing off… for now. The YouTube star, whose real name is Jenna Mourey, announced Thursday via her channel that she will no longer be producing content due the backlash she has faced over past videos, including several in which she dons blackface. In a video called “A Message,” Mourey says, “I feel like we’re at a time where we are purging ourselves of anything and everything toxic.” She has over 20.2 million followers on the video-based platform. The videos in question, now made private by Mourey, were made from 2011-2012. In one, she dons blackface to impersonate rapper Nikki Minaj. In another video widely scorned on social media, she raps about Asian people...
    YouTube star Jenna Marbles says she’s signing off… for now. The YouTube star, whose real name is Jenna Mourey, announced Thursday via her channel that she will no longer be producing content due the backlash she has faced over past videos, including several in which she dons blackface. In a video called “A Message,” Mourey says, “I feel like we’re at a time where we are purging ourselves of anything and everything toxic.” She has over 20.2 million followers on the video-based platform. The videos in question, now made private by Mourey, were made from 2011-2012. In one, she dons blackface to impersonate rapper Nikki Minaj. In another video widely scorned on social media, she raps about Asian people with...
    Jenna Marbles, a longtime YouTube star, has announced that she's leaving the social media platform. The announcement came on Thursday in the form of an 11-minute video in which Marbles -- real name Mourey -- apologized for various videos that she'd made in the past. "I’ve tried my best to grow up and to be a better person. And first and foremost, I want everyone to know that I’ve always been a two-way street, and that anytime that you criticize me and tell me that you would like me to do better or to do something differently, that I always try to do that. And I try to make fun content, inclusive content, things that don’t offend people or upset people,...
    Famous YouTube vlogger Jenna Marbles, who boasts 20.2 million YouTube subscribers, abruptly announced that she’s leaving the social media platform, citing several controversial videos between 2011 and 2013 where she dressed in blackface to impersonate Nicki Minaj and “slut shamed” other women. Jenna Mourney, Marbles’ real name, had one of the most popular YouTube channels in the world. “I’ve spent the last few days privatizing almost all of my old content,” Mourney said. “I’m sorry if any of that holds any nostalgia for you, but I’m literally not trying to put out negative things into the world.” The 33-year-old’s tearful 11-minute farewell video shows some of the offending clips that led to her leaving the platform. The first is an impression...
    YouTuber Jenna Marbles said she is taking a break from YouTube, offering a heartfelt apology for past videos that she now sees to be insensitive and offensive. The popular social media figure posted a video on Thursday announcing her plans to take a break and explaining why she had been removing much of her old content. She said that she would be leaving her channel, though it was not clear if the break would be permanent. She mentioned that some people had been asking her to address past content, and was bothered by some of her fans who painted her as “unproblematic” at a time when many on social media and elsewhere are addressing topics like racism, misogyny, and...
    YouTube Jenna Marbles has been a fixture on YouTube for nearly as long as the site has existed, and her content has involved over time. The YouTuber has over 20 million subscribers on her channel, and has now said she will no longer be uploading on the platform. In an emotional video, Jenna Marbles apologized for many of her videos, showing clips of videos she has since privated on the platform. “I just don’t want content in the world that just doesn’t make sense. It just doesn’t make sense, it can be harmful, and I don’t want it there,” she said. In the opening of the video, Marbles said that she has received tweets that make her uncomfortable,...
    AN activist has been arrested for posting a YouTube video showing her two children painting on her topless body. Rehana Fathima, from Kerala, India, is a well-known campaigner for women's rights and education about the female body. 6Activist Rehena Fathima has been arrested over a YouTube showing her children painting her topless body 6She is seen lying back as the children paint her chest and stomach 6Fathima is well-known as a campaigner for women's rights Footage showed Fathima lying down while her young son and daughter use felt tips and paints to draw on her chest and stomach. The mum posted the clip to YouTube and social media under the title "Body and Politics". Fathima reportedly argues that...
    Instagram The Ace Family, who has more than 18.7 million subscribers on YouTube, shared a video showing the birth of their third child. The Ace Family, who has more than 18.7 million subscribers on YouTube, shared a video showing the birth of their third child. YouTube stars Austin McBroom and Catherine Paiz welcomed their son on June 20 and uploaded a video that showed Paizs labor and delivery days later. McBroom and Paiz are already parents to 4-year-old Elle and Alaïa, 20 months. Together, they are best known on YouTube as the “Ace” family. The video quickly became the most popular video on YouTube, landing in the No. 1 trending slot on June 25. Watch the full video...
    The Apple TV 4K hasn’t entirely lived up to its name — not when YouTube can’t stream beyond 1080p on the media hub. When tvOS 14 arrives, however, you won’t be held back. As 9to5Mac noticed , Apple has quietly mentioned that the new release will play YouTube videos in “full 4K.” It’s not certain what prompted the end to the years-long impasse (we’ve asked both Apple and Google for comment), but it likely comes down to a change in video formats. For years, YouTube has preferred to stream 4K videos using its open VP9 codec. Many device makers have supported it, but Apple has balked at using the format (which has its share of patent disputes) in favor of...
    A Texas man was arrested Monday after police say he made racist threats against black people in a YouTube video, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office. Manuel Flores, 42, of El Paso was arrested in the Dallas area on a federal charge of making a threat over the internet after he allegedly posted a video to YouTube titled “N***** Lives Matter” and said in the video that his “dream” is to “take out at least 200” black people, according to the Western District of Texas U.S. Attorney’s Office.  Manuel Flores, age 42 of El Paso, faces a federal charge of posting a threatening communication over the Internet https://t.co/xWSRjSSgT2 — U.S. Attorney WDTX (@USAO_WDTX) June 17, 2020 The threats specifically...
    (CNN)After George Floyd's death at the hand of Minneapolis police, thousands took to the streets to protest, or opened their wallets to donate to help support the Black Lives Matter movement.But not everyone who wants to donate can afford to, and not everyone who wants to protest can leave their jobs to demonstrate.Zoe Amira, a 20-year-old YouTube creator, wanted to make it easier for those people to contribute to the cause simply by streaming a video. Her video, to be exact.Titled "how to financially help BLM with NO MONEY/leaving your house (Invest in the future for FREE)," the hourlong video opens with text that reads: "Hello and thank you for clicking this video project. This video and the series that...
    A YouTube video of an interview with a "paid protester" who claimed to be funded by billionaire philanthropist George Soros is currently circulating on social media, as waves of protests continue to erupt across the U.S. The footage—uploaded to the platform in 2017—has been circulating on Facebook and Twitter in recent days amid demonstrations sparked by the death of an unarmed black man, George Floyd, after an arrest by police in Minneapolis on May 25. In the two minute clip, originally aired on the The Young Turks (TYT) news show, the unidentified man claims to have organized protests with money provided by Soros, a common trope used by conspiracy theorists—and president Donald Trump. The video has this week been shared...
    YouTube star Jake Paul denies that he "engaged in any looting or vandalism" despite being seen with friends on video at an Arizona mall as people around them appeared to be damaging property Saturday night. Demonstrators all over the country continued to protest the death of George Floyd over the weekend, calling for an end to police violence. Floyd died at police hands in Minneapolis early last week. "To be absolutely clear, neither I nor anyone in our group was engaged in any looting or vandalism," the influencer said in a statement posted on Twitter Sunday. The 23-year-old claimed he and his friends "spent the day doing our part to peacefully protest" Floyd's death and claimed they were tear-gassed for filming the protests....
    YouTuber Jake Paul is under fire after being spotted in a crowd of looters at an Arizona mall Saturday, according to a report. Paul, 23, is seen wearing a mask, according to cell phone video with a crowd of protestors at the Fashion Square Mall in Scottsdale, TMZ reported. He’s initially seen in a crowd outside the mall, and at one point one of the protestors launches fireworks at the building’s entrance. “Bunch of f–king idiots, bro,” a man’s voice is heard saying, pointing to police outside the mall. “Literally, I walked right here, right up to there.” It is unclear if the voice is Paul’s or that of, Andrew Blue, who recorded the footage, according to Us Weekly. “These...