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Dwyane Wade is the latest athlete to have a show on Facebook

Facebook's next pro athlete-centered show will feature the Cleveland Cavaliers' Dwyane Wade. The five-part series will premiere on November 20th and will show what keeps Wade busy when he's off the court. BackCourt Wade follows the three-time NBA cha…
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A live-action ‘Star Wars’ show is headed to Disney’s streaming service

After years of rumors of a live-action Star Wars TV series, it's finally happening. The only catch? It'll be exclusive to Disney's upcoming streaming service, Polygon reports. CEO Bob Iger didn't have any details to share about the new series, but th…
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Fitbit smartwatch leaks show colors and new heart rate sensors

Fitbit’s upcoming smartwatch has leaked a few times before, but this is probably the best look we’ve gotten of the wearable yet. It’s still definitely a Fitbit smartwatch, and there are only so many form factors you can use for a watch, but the device still has a few tricks up its sleeve. The watch […]

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Show your Galaxy S8 you care with one of these great cases

Protect that curvy display and stamp your own style on Samsung’s smartphone with the best Galaxy S8 cases and covers. We’ve got everything from rugged drop protection to minimalist shells.

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5 of our favorite mad gadgets from the London Wearable Technology Show

We spent time on the show floor at the recent London Wearable Technology show, finding the most unusual, fun, different, and downright mad new gadgets on display. Here are our five favorites from the show.

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Short videos show the Samsung Galaxy S8 and its design

Go ahead, Samsung. Continue teasing the launch of your 2017 flagship. That’s not stopping the Galaxy S8 from leaking in various photographs and videos until the official announcement later this month. People are getting their hands on pre-release units and leaking the Galaxy S8 for looks that you can enjoy early. Today there’s another leak, […]

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CES is coming! 9 themes to watch for as the blockbuster tech show unfolds

It may not be the biggest, but CES is easily the most important tech show of the year. What will 2017’s monstrous tech fest hold? Here’s my list of the 9 biggest trends to watch for –what you’ll see in the year ahead — as well as a few tips about companies to keep your eye on.

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No camera? No problem: French talk show uses iPhone when equipment fails

When a French talk show’s camera equipment died about an hour and 45 minutes into taping, the team had to make a game-time decision. And who was there to save the day? The trusty iPhone, of course.

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Catch your favorite show and keep mosquitoes away with LG’s bug-free TVs

Using built-in ultrasonic wave technology that works whether the set is on or off, LG Electronics has created mosquito-repelling TVs now being sold in India. The Moquito Away sets will also be marketed in the Philippines and Sri Lanka.

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Inhabitat’s Week in Green: Highlights from the Geneva Motor Show

The Geneva Motor Show kicked off this week, and one of the stars of the show was the Koenigsegg Regera, an insane plug-in hybrid with 1,500 horsepower. Meanwhile, Goodyear rolled out a crazy spherical tire that lets cars drive sideways and Nissan unv…
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Samsung will show the world the Galaxy S7 on February 21

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We’ve finally received confirmation from Samsung that the Galaxy S7 will debut next month at MWC 2016, just as Evan Blass revealed yesterday.

Invites are out and a teaser is teasing. Samsung will show the world its newest hardware, led by its flagship phone, on February 21 at 1:00 PM ET.

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Tonight, the company posted a teaser online to give the world an idea of what’s to come at its next Unpacked event. The video shows a man putting on a Gear VR headset and reaching out into the virtual reality-based world in front of him. The environment he’s immersed in is a dark room with a box containing the next flagship phone from Samsung. So the teaser hints that we’ll get both a new phone and an advanced virtual reality headset at MWC 2016.

The teaser pushed out alongside the press invites tonight is likely not the only one we’ll see in the weeks leading up to the launch date. Samsung will want to get everyone thinking and perhaps tease other new devices as well.

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Sony’s got new mobile tech to show at MWC 2016

Sony will reveal new mobile hardware at Mobile World Congress 2016, at an event to be held on February 22. The company’s not hinting at what’s to come, but some of its older products are due an upgrade.

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At CES 2016, Samsung’s going to show off three cool, secret tech projects

Three exciting tech projects from inside Samsung’s C-Lab innovation workshop will be on display at CES 2016. They include a cool smart belt that works like a fitness tracker, and a weird smart band that turns your finger into a speaker only you can hear.

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The Tesla light show wishes you a Merry Christmas

In yet another example of brilliant brand marketing, a Wednesday YouTube video shows the highly anticipated Tesla Model X performing a that-minute light show that is sure to put your neighbors’ displays to shame

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Add NFL stats to any show with Comcast’s new app

If you can't get enough gridiron minutiae and analysis, Comcast has just unveiled Football Extras for its X1 sports app. It'll work in a similar way to Comcast's Baseball Extras, which was delivered to baseball stat fans earlier this summer. Armcha…
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Two unannounced LG smartwatches show up at the FCC, one with pictures in tow

LG and Verizon have something cooking up. Recent FCC filings show two unannounced LG smartwatches that are compatible with Big Red’s network. The FCC was even nice enough to include a few pictures, too.

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Brief video may show leaked Huawei Nexus smartphone, or it may not

Rumors are starting to spread about Google’s next Nexus phone, and there could be two out in 2015, with one being made by Huawei and the other by LG. Here’s what we think we know so far.

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Your official invite to the 2015 #YTMA Show — now with more artists!

Have you made plans yet for the 2015 YouTube Music Awards, presented by Kia, on Monday, March 23 at 10 a.m. PT?

It doesn’t matter who you’re wearing, where you’re watching, or how you celebrate after. Just tune in to the YouTube Music Awards channel to experience a collection of exclusive, new music videos from established and emerging artists, all at once.


Before the show, you can check out all of the 50 YTMA winners right here. Each one is set for a great year in 2015, and we’re honoring them with this collection of videos.

We’ve added even more performers to the show, working with VICE and some top directorial talent to make this a moment in music to remember. Here’s the full list:

So on Monday, March 23 at 10 a.m. PT, visit the YouTube Music Awards channel to see all the videos, or visit any artist’s channel to see their new video. You can get ready by checking out the playlist of the artists who won a 2015 YouTube Music Awards, and subscribe to our virtual host Tyler Oakley for more info and commentary on the show. If you want a reminder for Monday, you can even add it to your calendar.

And if you’re an artist on YouTube hoping to earn a YouTube Music Award in the future, check out our newly launched YouTube for Artists with more info to help you make the most of YouTube. 

Eshan Ponnadurai, Music Brand Marketing, recently watched “Announcing the YouTube Music Awards 2015 Show.”


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Presenting the 2015 YouTube Music Awards Show #YTMA

Here it is, folks. Today we’re dropping a collection of exclusive, new music videos from some of the biggest and emerging artists on YouTube for the 2015 YouTube Music Awards Show, presented by Kia. Produced by VICE and made by some of the most original music video directors alive, this new kind of awards show puts you in the front row and all the performances at your fingertips — right now. To get even more into the show, host Tyler Oakley will take you through the highlights, and you can join the conversation online with #YTMA.

Action Bronson feat. Chance the Rapper – “Baby Blue” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Joined by Chance the Rapper, Action Bronson puts his twist on the cult classic “Coming to America” as he travels through NYC to find his queen. The video was directed by Lil Chris, and the single was produced by Mark Ronson off the anticipated album Mr. Wonderful, set for release on VICE/Atlantic March 24.

Cahoots – “No Money” (feat. Roomie) [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Cahoots, the YouTube supergroup comprised of Spain’s Curricé and England’s Matt DeFreitas and Tom Joseph Law, has come together with director De La Muerte for an over-the-top, crazy collaboration of talent on a cinematic “stage.”

Charli XCX “Famous” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Charli XCX and director Eric Wareheim invite you to a heightened dreamy reality where people are living in their online personas, and everything is beautiful and filtered. But when we are suddenly disconnected and returned to reality, it’s a total nightmare.

Ed Sheeran & Rudimental “Bloodstream” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Ed Sheeran. Rudimental. Need we say more? In this new video directed by Emil Nava, the combo has a surprise for fans that can be summed up in two words: Ray. Liotta.

FKA twigs “Glass & Patron” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

In a moody forest in the back of a van, FKA twigs births into the world eight dancers whose subsequent stunning performance is set to twigs’ brand-new song “Glass & Patron.” If you’re one of the many people who have watched and loved the past music videos twigs directed herself, then you’re in for a treat.

Kygo “Stole the Show” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Ever had a house party DJ’d by Kygo where a couple from space steal the show with their out of the world dance moves? If no, then you need to watch this video, directed by Saman Kesh. If yes, then get ready for the surprise ending.

Lindsey Stirling “Take Flight” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Two-time YouTube Music Award winner and performer Lindsey Stirling moves through an Escher-like universe on an adventure to find life in the mountains that hover above her city, directed by Joe Sill.

Martin Garrix feat. Usher “Don’t Look Down” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Dutch DJ Martin Garrix is becoming one of the most important names in electronic dance music on YouTube, and when he teams up with Usher, big things happen. To bring this song to life, director Petros depicts the timeless story of the pool party towel boy and towel girl trying to find love.

MAX “Gibberish” (feat. Hoodie Allen) [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

The world has watched MAX go from creating great covers on YouTube to releasing his own albums in just a few years. And now with director Greg Jardin and a little help from Hoodie Allen, MAX is moving on while the rest of the world around him is moving in reverse.

Megan Nicole “Escape” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

On the heels of her recent single “Fun” — which has been viewed more than 18 million times in the last two months alone — Megan Nicole has created a beautiful, scenic music video. Directed by the Young Astronauts.

Migos “One Time” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

What if you had a party so amazing that you wake up to learn the night before was frozen in time. Migos and director Ninan Doff are here to take you through this unique world of time tunnels, as the trio continues their rise to rap greatness.

Nicky Jam y Enrique Iglesias “El Perdón” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Even when you lose a loved one, their memory still stays with you, and Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias invite you on a memory lane trip through Medellin, Colombia. Directed by Creative Uprising, this collaboration brings together two of the biggest names in Latin music and has all the makings of a smash hit.

Shamir “Call It Off” [Official Music Video – YTMAs]

Shamir has been blowing up on YouTube on the regular and has now teamed up with Philip Hodges and Henson Studios to tell a tale about making people’s days just a little bit better … by becoming puppets.

And that’s our show! Thank you to all the artists who made the 2015 YouTube Music Awards Show possible, and VICE for producing the show. And above all, thanks to all of you who make YouTube the ultimate home for music. Join the conversation online with #YTMA.

Eshan Ponnadurai, Music Brand Marketing, recently watched “Announcing the YouTube Music Awards 2015 Show.”


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