YouTube today announced that it will not be holding its yearly Rewind celebration for 2020 as it is "taking a break" this year due to 2020 being "different", thanks to the pandemic.
Given how YouTube Rewind 2018 quickly became the most disliked video on the platform after its release, YouTube has hinted at 'something different. for real' in anticipation of this year's rendition.
The most disliked video on YouTube is now a video posted by the website itself. Its Rewind 2018 upload has beaten Justin Bieber's 2011 'Baby' to the ten million dislikes mark in less than eight days.
The YouTube app on Android is having some issues with respect to being able to tap to fast-forward and rewind videos. While a solution is being developed, a workaround has been provided.
YouTube, keeping its now-annual tradition, is back with its Rewind feature, recapping through the most popular videos, events, in a 7-minute mashup, featuring some of its largest celebrities.
The SNES Classic Edition won't be going on sale until the end of September, but it looks like Nintendo has added some new features, improving the experience since its last Classic Edition console.
It's that time of year again where YouTube attempts to recap some of the year's most memorable moments. Much like every year, the mash-up features celebrities and YouTube content creators.
As we get closer to the end of the year, "best of" posts are quite common. Luckily, YouTube's is a bit more entertaining, leveraging some of its brightest content creators for a collaborative video.
Microsoft has rolled out its latest update to the Xbox Video app on Windows Phone, with little fanfare and still no changelog yet, although it appears at least to introduce some new playback controls.