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YouTube mobile app to get partial offline viewing in November

There is no denying that YouTube has become part and parcel of today's video watching culture, but it is, at least through official methods, completely dependent on an active Internet connection. This causes no small amount of aggravation whenever one's viewing experience on a tablet or smartphone is ruined by a suddenly broken connection.

NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube possible as Google meets with the NFL

Imagine being able to watch each and every single NFL Football game right on your smartphone, tablet, or computer all through YouTube. Doesn't that sound amazing? I love technology, Android, and Football, so this is the best news I've heard all month. Reports are surfacing that Google wants to take on DirecTV for the NFL Sunday Ticket, and offer it up on YouTube.

YouTube v5.0 arrives for Android with a brand new user interface

Whoa! Out of nowhere this afternoon the folks from Google have just released a massive update to YouTube with some of the biggest and best changes yet. We have a completely redesigned and reworked YouTube, complete with a new icon, Google Now card-style user interface, multitasking and picture-in-picture, and much much more. Check it out and download the newest version below.

Google Chromecast wireless streaming Hands-on

Just as exciting as Android 4.3 and the new Nexus 7 tablet, is Google's latest device, the Chromecast. A tiny HDMI dongle the size of a thumb drive delivering endless YouTube, Netflix, Google Music, Pandora, and web content to your HDTV for streaming anything and everything. Easily stream content to your big screen for only $35. We have some hands-on so take a peek after the break.

Google aiming to offer online TV service

It looks like Google is considering making an entrance into the internet TV world by offering traditional TV programming to online subscribers with a new streaming service. This isn't the first time we've heard of big hitters trying to join this front, but today the Wall Street Journal is reporting Google's been pitching their plan to big media companies in hopes of securing some deals.

YouTube app with picture-in-picture and multitasking in the works

With our smartphone displays getting bigger and bigger as of late, not to mention tons of processing power, being able to truly multitask and offer things such as picture-in-picture with YouTube seems like a given. Samsung's been bringing multitasking and multi-screen modes since the Galaxy Note II, and we're now hearing Google will be doing the same with YouTube, and possibly others.
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