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LG Partners with YouTube for 3D sharing

LG has announced a partnership with YouTube to bring 3D sharing via the Optimus 3D to the popular online video portal's 3D channel. Optimus 3D users will be able to upload and share recorded videos to YouTube directly from their phones. Of course, viewers will need a special set of red/blue 3D glasses to watch them, but hey, it's 3D!

LG Optimus 2X 1080P Video Surfaces

One of the biggest features of the LG Optimus 2X is its ability to record 1080p video. Lucky for us, we get to see exactly what this looks like (well, uploaded to YouTube) and you can see the video after the break. We are graced with a shaky camera panning across a calm fishing dock. The video is pretty impressive, however, it’s not the optimal action shot that we would have hoped for. Check it out: Note: Be sure to watch full screen as well as select "1080p." [youtube]nmIaf2787O4[/youtube] We’re quite impressed with the device, and we can’t wait until the device gets launched to the general public. If you would like more information on the device, including a hands-on video, be sure to check out our Hands-On with the LG Optimus 2X. [Via Engadget]

Music videos come to Android YouTube app

Music fans that have the Android app for YouTube got some good news yesterday when the streaming site announced that music videos would now be offered on its streaming app. The updated app gets access to the VEVO catalog of music videos on the YouTube 2.0 app.

An actual taste of Honeycomb: Android 3.0 [Updated with Video]

It's official. Honeycomb is version 3.0 and definitely an OS optimized for tablet use. The Android youtube page was updated earlier today with a video displaying actual use of the new operating system. Clips of book reading, the actual Honeycomb desktop, and the software buttons were all displayed in the video.

Droid Streamer Beta Streams Shows Movies to Android Device with Ease

Behold! A sweet little app that plays all your favorite movies and shows (just so long as you like South Park and Avatar) - it's in progress! Normally we wouldn't post an app that's still in Beta, but this one, although the interface isn't pretty, looks rather promising. This app plays movies and TV shows basically INSTANTLY and is produced by a team including KarlssoN1337 from XDA forums.

YouTube Remote for Android

Check it out! There's a brand new remote for YouTube for Android released special just for the holidays - today! All you've got to do is download "YouTube Remote" from the Android Marketplace, start it up and log in with your YouTube account and get going! You can play videos in a nice little interface on your phone or use your device as a remote for your YouTube account on your computer screen.

Google TV Updated: Dual View Mode, Voice Search & Netflix Improvements [Video]

Updates to the Google TV platform aren't a new thing, but this is the first one that users can consider "major." The new update isn't just for bug fixes, or small improvements to the general search results of the set-top box. Instead, this update is meant for the Netflix users out there, as well as adding a few extra features for the Dual View mode.

New Logitech Revue Ad Demonstrates Creepy Obsession with Kevin Bacon

Advertising is one of the best ways to get your product into the minds of consumers, and what better way than to leave viewers confused and a little creeped out? In Logitech's new Revue featuring Google TV ad we see a "fan" of Kevin Bacon (Kevin Bacon himself) using Google TV to find all of the content he desires simply. You can check out the video below. And as with all "different" advertisements: Doesn't it make you want a Google TV more than anything? [youtube]qyQb192-CPQ[/youtube] [Via YouTube, Thanks, Simon!]

Verizon Demos Global Calling and many other features of the Droid 2 Global [Video]

The main difference between the DROID 2 and the DROID 2 Global is that the Global has built in GSM/CDMA radios and can be used around the globe (if you pay for service). Well many users may have the phone and not even know how to enter these modes. Verizon now has you covered with their series of YouTube videos demoing just how to switch network modes, dial a number, and place a call.