Category: Technology News

Optimism In Future Growth Prospects Are Captured In Roku’s Current Share Price

By: Larry Cheung

Roku is now a momentum trade that is a proxy for investor’s risk appetite for returns in today’s low-rates and easy Fed policy environment. I believe the company’s future prospects and growth trajectory along with the general content streaming industry is incredible but its shares need to be treated with great caution at …

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Facebook AI cuts by more than half the error rate of unsupervised speech recognition

By: Tiernan Ray

Speech recognition, meaning, programs that are able to detect spoken phonemes, is a fairly well established discipline in computer science that has been greatly advanced in the past twenty years by artificial intelligence. 

The field has depended heavily on libraries of samples of speakers with each phoneme explicitly indicated, or “labeled.” That has …

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Aux Mode Announces Facebook Reporting Rollout

By: Business Wire

TORONTO — Toronto-based digital rights management and revenue reporting company, Aux Mode, is pleased to announce it is now operating across multiple platforms! This recent expansion to Facebook allows customers to combine multiple revenue reporting files.

Founded in 2014, Aux Mode operates to provide concise financial data to Hollywood studios, distributors, …

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Apple’s new privacy ad imagines Thanos-snapping your stalkers out of existence

By: Sean Hollister

Apple’s new App Tracking Transparency feature in iOS 14.5 doesn’t seem to be a difficult concept to grasp; initial estimates suggest as many as 96 percent of US users are leaping at the chance to tell their apps, “No, you can’t track me across the internet.” Now, Apple is taking a victory lap with a full …

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Facebook Gaming Expands Cloud-Streaming Platform to More Users

By: Brandy Shaul

Facebook Gaming debuted its cloud gaming platform last October, allowing users in a few U.S. states to play cloud-streamed mobile games on Android devices and the web without downloading the games to their devices.

Facebook vice president of play Jason Rubin said Thursday that Facebook’s cloud streaming platform is available “to over 98% of people in …

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Facebook launches its Clubhouse clone and podcast streaming

By: Karissa Bell

Facebook is launching its social audio features. The company is rolling out its Clubhouse-like audio rooms, as well as a handful of podcasts.

Audio rooms are similar to Clubhouse or Twitter Spaces. Conversations stream live in the app, and room hosts can invite others up to speak with them. In a sign of just how important …

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Streaming giant Netflix is expanding its podcasting footprint

By: Anousha Sakoui and Wendy Lee

Netflix is diving deeper into the podcast space in a bid to keep audiences invested in its shows and movies.

The Los Gatos-based streaming giant is expanding its podcasts, taking pitches from outside producers and is looking to hire an executive to lead its audio push, according to people familiar with …

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Trudeau’s Party Passes Bill to Regulate Social Media, Streaming

By: Kait Bolongaro

Canadian lawmakers passed a controversial bill that aims to regulate programming distributed by media streaming services and social platforms like Facebook and YouTube, a measure that critics warn could infringe on individual speech.

The legislation drafted by Justin Trudeau’s government, known as Bill C-10, is meant to subject tech giants to the same …

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New YouTube Update: 2 Step Verification Required

In November, accounts associated with a monetizing channel will be required to secure their account with 2-Step Verification. This notification will appear as a banner on the YouTube dashboard after logging in. Multiple numbers can be added as part of this 2 step verification process.

Contact Aux Mode for more information on Digital Rights Management and Reporting. …

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$4 billion paid to the music industry in last 12 months

By Lyor Cohen

Many of my friends in the music industry have asked why I came to work for YouTube. Even to this day – after 40 years working in music – my 90-year-old mother still asks me what I do for a living.

I came to work for YouTube because I believe in its …

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