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YouTube's made-for-TV viewing experience has made its way to Google TV. It will be available on the Logitech Revue, which is set for release before month's end.
YouTube has made the impossible possible with Leanback -- the lazy man's version of the hyper-popular video streaming site requires only a keyboard to use, meaning you can leeeeeean back
If online video on big-screen devices like HDTVs is ever going to take off, it's going to need a specialized user interface. YouTube's latest attempt is called Leanback.
T-Mobile and Sprint get new Android phones, Time restricts its free online content, and YouTube launches Leanback for viewing videos on your TV.
The popular video-sharing site is now supporting 4k, an industry-standard format that makes 1080p-resolution clips look tiny, by comparison.
Yahoo is working on a universal log-in system called Y Connect, Mike Tyson is returning to Punch Out, and Facebook is apparently sharing user data--a violation its own terms of service.
Tubemote offers users a new way to watch YouTube videos on a big screen with an interface that can be controlled from mobile phones, Netbooks, or any other device that has a Web browser.
Vimeo is the latest to get in on the big-screen TV Web video-viewing experience with "couch mode"--a full-screen viewing mode for Vimeo videos that's remote control friendly.
On today's show, the NSA announces a new security program that's terrifyingly called "Perfect Citizen" but (at least on the surface) appears to be little more than a series of Star Trek red alert alarms. We're rightfully suspicious. Also, Flash is getting 3D, Pirate Bay is under attack, and the iPhone 4 antenna problem is a hardware issue. We knew that.
The long-rumored Insignia Internet-enabled TVs are now official, with Chumby widgets and TiVo interfaces--but no DVRs.