The mobile version of the Web service, which does have some shortcomings, includes a neat feature that gives users a random video every time they shake their Apple smartphone.
The Sony Bravia Internet Video Link gets two more free channels--but it's not enough to make the IPTV accessory worth buying.
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Providing a sorely needed patch to a market gap, IslendingaApp shows you genes before you remove your jeans. It is, sadly, an Iceland-only service, but might it be expanded and developed by everyone's favorite site?
YouTube is taking another step towards replacing your telly with a two-day trial of live video, including Rocketboom and Tony Hawk.
YouTube's Moderator tool gives YouTube channel owners a way to prioritize and harvest user ideas. It's a carryover from Google's own Moderator service, which offers many of the same features.
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To promote its Vlingo 4.0 Plus mobile voice app for Blackberry devices, the company is offering Crave readers the chance to win a voucher for its app along with a BlackBerry Bold from AT&T sans service.
YouTube, MTV, and others are also on board for a New York event next month that hopes to use a successful anti-extremism campaign on Facebook as a springboard for more social-media activism.