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Livestream’s Mevo camera can broadcast to YouTube Live

Last year, Livestream's Mevo became the first camera with integrated Facebook Live streaming. Now the video streaming platform is giving its device a few more major upgrades, including support for Android and YouTube Live. The camera can now broadcas...
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The Engadget Podcast Ep 37: Modern Things

On this episode senior editor Chris Velazco and social media manager Evan Rodgers join host Terrence O'Brien for the last ever video edition of The Engadget Podcast. From here on out the show is going audio only, which will allow the show to bring yo...
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The Engadget Podcast Ep 37: Modern Things

On this episode senior editor Chris Velazco and social media manager Evan Rodgers join host Terrence O'Brien for the last ever video edition of The Engadget Podcast. From here on out the show is going audio only, which will allow the show to bring yo...
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Throw more money at your favorite Twitch streams

If you're eager to regularly support a partnered Twitch streamer beyond the usual $5 per month subscription, you don't have many options. You can send them some bits, of course, but you're otherwise left contributing to a Patreon campaign or some oth...
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Twitch can finally sort top-ranked ‘League of Legends’ streamers

In terms of sheer minutes watched, League of Legends has been the most popular game on Twitch ever since the livestreaming platform launched in 2011. In fact, there are so many channels for the game, Twitch had to build out a special interface just s...
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YouTube opens up mobile livestreams to more users

It hasn't been that long since YouTube rolled out livestreaming for those who want to broadcast directly from their phones. The caveat was that you had to have at least 10,000 subscribers to enable the feature. Today, however, the video service has m...
felt like forever before finally giving birth Saturday. But YouTube calculated the numbers and, yep, the pregnant giraffe's livestream and birth were totally record-setting.

April, the 15-year-old giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park zoo in Harpursville, New York, was a viral video star for just 66 days. Giraffes gestate for about 15 months, and the zoo trained a camera on her starting Feb. 10 when they thought she was likely to give birth soon. In that short amount of time, the stream became the second most live-viewed channel in YouTube history, the video site said.  Read more...

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April the giraffe came close to breaking Lady Gaga and Zayn’s YouTube records

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We didn't need the official stats to know that April the giraffe broke some records. After all, she was pregnant for what felt like forever before finally giving birth Saturday. But YouTube calculated the numbers and, yep, the pregnant giraffe's livestream and birth were totally record-setting.

April, the 15-year-old giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park zoo in Harpursville, New York, was a viral video star for just 66 days. Giraffes gestate for about 15 months, and the zoo trained a camera on her starting Feb. 10 when they thought she was likely to give birth soon. In that short amount of time, the stream became the second most live-viewed channel in YouTube history, the video site said.  Read more...

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People really like to watch a giraffe give birth

For weeks, animal lovers have been holding their breath in anticipation waiting for April, a 15-year-old giraffe at Animal Adventure Park in New York, to give birth. Well, the moment finally arrived last Saturday. April had a healthy baby boy, and mi...
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PewDiePie starts a weekly Twitch show

Let's say you're YouTube star PewDiePie, aka Felix Kjellberg. You're facing an exodus of advertisers that could hurt your bottom line, and it doesn't help that you shot yourself in the foot by making tasteless jokes. How do you keep the money coming...
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PewDiePie starts a weekly Twitch show

Let's say you're YouTube star PewDiePie, aka Felix Kjellberg. You're facing an exodus of advertisers that could hurt your bottom line, and it doesn't help that you shot yourself in the foot by making tasteless jokes. How do you keep the money coming...