Twitter gets more into video, Facebook pays media companies millions to stream live, Android apps running on Chrome OS, and Jason Howell attempts to turn on two-factor authentication with his Google Voice number.
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- Twitter is making a huge video push — and tweaking Vine’s six second limit in the process - Recode
- Facebook is paying media companies millions to stream live video
- Meet Mevo, the live event camera.
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- Twitter has bought a machine learning startup that can sharpen real-time video
- We’re still not convinced these Tronc branding videos aren’t Adult Swim parodies
- Google is making two-factor authentication a lot easier to use | The Verge
- Google Sees DMCA Notices Quadruple In Two Years
- This is what it's like (so far) to use Android apps on a Chromebook
- Google posts timelines for when updates will end for Nexus devices
- The Google app takes on WebMD with an intelligent symptom search
- Google Maps starts explaining what foreign businesses actually are
- Introducing the Android Basics Nanodegree
- Check your spam folder, you might have some new Amazon credit
- Charge your phone with KFC's new take-out box
- Pick: Momentum Chrome Extension
- Twitter Engage - the new ThinkUp!
- Google Fiber could raise rents 11%