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HTC updates Zoe, adds Chromecast support and Clip Sequence UI

We honestly believe that HTC is developing a game plan and has already set goals for monetization to increase sales after last month's revenue went down by 40%. While it is too early, the Taiwanese company is doing everything to bring in more money by releasing both exclusive and non-exclusive HTC apps. HTC hopes to generate revenues with sponsored apps. It's one of the major goals so don't be surprised if the company starts launching a slew of new apps at a fast rate or updating the ones already on the Google Play Store.

Satuday Night Live now has Android app for your laughing pleasure

One of America's favorite past times every Saturday is to tune in to Saturday Night Live, whether on network TV or on live streaming, and see what shenanigans the ever-rotating cast and their celebrity host of the week are up to. But what has been lacking was an actual, official app so that you can relive all your favorite sketches, musical numbers, and even videos that weren't aired for some reason or another. Now, SNL geeks, you have your wish as the official SNL Android app is now available for smartphones and tablets.

Facebook’s new app Riff lets you collaborate on videos with friends

First it was video sharing apps. Then it became ephemeral video sharing. Now, it looks like collaborative video creation and sharing will be the name of the social media video game. Facebook has released the newest app from their Creative Labs. It's called Riff and its main purpose in life is to get you and your friends to collaborate on interesting and fun videos and then share them with the world.

YouTube announces support for 360-degree videos

Ever heard of those eccentric new video cameras that take 360-degree videos? Well, it looks like we will be seeing a lot of those soon on YouTube as the Google-owned video hosting site has announced that it will be supporting these specific uploads. If you haven’t seen one, we’ll show you one below, but suffice it to say it is a totally different experience when you are able to see all the way around.

HTC RE camera can now stream live on YouTube

Do you have dreams of becoming the next YouTube sensation? (and don't laugh at that dream because some of the YT stars earn millions just for people watching their videos). Well, you don't need to have a great set-up at home or in a studio to be able to launch a YT show. The HTC RE camera can now stream live videos to the video channel, so you can bring your show to the Internet even while you're in a mobile setting.

Google Helpouts video assistance service to shut down by April 20

Wait, what is Google Helpouts? If that is your reaction to the service that Google will effectually shut down by April this year, then you've probably stumbled on to the reason why it's going away in the first place. The video tutorial service did not catch on as quickly as they expected, despite having several "engaged and loyal contributors" and despite sporting the Google brand.

Sling TV now available for Android devices

There will probably come a time in the near future (or some say it's happening already) when we will be watching more television on our mobile devices, rather than an actual television set. With the popularity of video streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and others, you get to watch the shows you actually want whenever you want it. The latest to be part of this trend is Sling TV, and it's now available for a host of devices, including Android smartphones and tablets.

Line TV video channel now available for Line users

The competition among the various free messaging apps like Viber, Hangouts, WeChat, etc, is surely heating up, as more and more features are added for every update. Line is not far behind as they've officially launched Line TV, a video service that is available within the messaging app itself. Featuring various music videos, dramas and TV shows, it functions more like YouTube's video channels, rather than a video streaming service that will challenge the likes of Netflix, Huli, Amazon and the likes.

Android Wear’s newest trick, playing a full-length movie

Apparently, your Android Wear smartwatch can be taught to do cooler tricks – cooler than, say, playing Minecraft or Doom, or even running Windows 95. Once again, smart hacker Corbin Davenport has shown us that there’s a lot of stuff – not necessarily important world-changing stuff – just a lot of stuff that can be done to your Android Wear smartwatch when you have a lot of time on your hands.

Amazon offers discounted Prime membership to celebrate Golden Globe win

Amazon has announced some interesting news for fans of free fast shipping of items from Amazon and Amazon original series that stream to Prime members. To celebrate picking up a win at the 72nd Golden Globe awards for its original show called Transparent, Amazon will be offering all ten episodes of the show to anyone via the Amazon Instant Video App.
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