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YouTube’s big redesign is all about you

Personalization and content creation take center stage in YouTube's major makeover as Google continues to try and take the platform onto bigger and better things.

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Google TV continues with software upgrades, refreshes Photos and YouTube

Step by step, piece by piece, Google will keep trying to turn Google TV into a successful platform. Next up: YouTube and Photo app updates.

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Samsung set to debut Google TV televisions in 2012

Samsung has confirmed that it plans to release televisions powered by Google TV software next year.

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HTC and AT&Ts new phone the HTC Vivid makes porn company livid

Porn company Vivid Entertainment files a cease and desist against HTC over the name of the HTC Vivid. Vivid Entertainment feels that the phone's name could cause confusion.

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LG said to be working on an HDTV using Google TV

With the future of Google TV constantly in flux due to poor sales of Google TV devices, the search engine company may be moving in the right direction with a new partnership with LG.

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Logitech Revue was a “gigantic” mistake

Logitech's new CEO Guerrino De Luca has characterized the Google TV-based Logitech Revue as a "gigantic" mistake...and doesn't plan to repeat it

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Adobe delivers a blow to Google TV by pulling Flash [UPDATE: Adobe responds]

Smartphones and tablets are the only devices affected by Adobe's decision to cut Flash for mobile: It includes connected TVs as well.

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Boxee Box is getting live TV integration with new update

The Boxee Box's upcoming live TV update is keeping it competitive with Google TV

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Google TV gets its first adult entertainment channel

Google is looking for ways to get more people interested in Google TV. A couple of weeks back it announced it was overhauling its user interface, which many people found cumbersome to use. Then on Monday, it widened the type of material available by adding an…

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The state of streaming, cable, and television: What can we expect in 2012?

The future of television remains up in the air as content providers and cable companies prepare to fight it out, and streaming services wait in the wings.

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Google may offer its own paid cable-TV service

Google is considering plans to launch its own cable-TV service, reports the Wall Street Journal.

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Google finally updating Google TV with a new interface

Google announces an update to Google TV, it has redesigned the entire system and made it easier to search for content to watch. With all the major TV networks still blocking Google TV there might not be too much content to search through though.

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YouTube planning to launch scheduled video channels in 2012

While the folks at YouTube still love an endless supply of silly cat videos from loyal YouTube users, the streaming video company is branching out to premium content in 2012.

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Change the channel: 5 Netflix and Qwikster alternatives

Thinking of jumping ship on Netflix now that it has jacked up rates and spun off its DVD-by-mail service into Qwikster? Check out these alternatives to both Netflix's Instant Streaming and DVD-by-mail services.

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