Youtube will stop 30 second unSkippable Ads in the videos


YouTube as we all know is a place where viewers benefit by seeing great content and the creators also make money through YouTube. YouTube encourages creators to produce and upload as much content as possible by paying  money to creators as part of their Google Adsense program.
YouTube lets viewers watch all their videos for free but it places Ads in the videos so that it can benefit from the viewership and make money. YouTube then pays the creator of the videos by the rate at which the videos are viewed by deducting its share as part of its AdSense program.

From 2018,YouTube will kill 30 second unskippable Ads in the beginning of YouTube videos but it will make shorter formats unskippable.

This Ads are generally in the format of 10-12 second skippable Ads, 20-second skippable Ads or 30-second unskippable Ads .Last year ,Google introduced one new format of 6-sec unskippable Ads which they call “Bumper” Ads. This Ads are unskippable but as they are only 6-sec long,the viewer as well as the creator would benefit from thsi format of Ads.

YouTube is also facing a threat from platforms like Facebook,Netflix etc which provide video streaming without Ads.Although Netflix has some subscription charges but it has stuck to its idea of providing an ad-free experience on its platform.

YouTube has studied that their users don’t like “30-second unskippable Ads” so they are now planning to kill this 30-second unskippable ad format. Instead ,YouTube will focus on making their 20-second Ads as well as their 10-12 second ad formats unskippable so that both the viewers as well as creators get the desired benefits.One notable thing here is that YouTube has not spoken about the 30-second Ads that come in between the lengthy YouTube videos but that’s for some another day.

In an official statement, Google explained that its aim is to provide a better advertising experience for online users. “As part of that, we’ve decided to stop supporting 30-second unskippable Ads as of 2018 and focus instead on formats that work well for both users and advertisers” said a Google spokesman.

This move by YouTube makes sense seeing the displeasure among its fans with the lengthy 30-second ad format and instead focusing on the viewer-friendly shorter formats. Also,Google has launched the YouTube RED program in selected countries including U.S and Canada which offers zero Ads at a monthly subscription to the program.

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​Google I/O 2017 registration process begins from February 22

Back in January (January 24 to be precise) Google “sort of” released the date and venue of this year’s Google I/O event, although in the form of a puzzle on Google Developer’s Page at Google+. On February 15, Google Developers page tweeted that the registration process for Google I/O starts from February 22nd.
The registration for this year’s Google I/O starts from February 22:10 am PST and ends at February 27:05 pm PST . This registrations are based on a random draw where anyone can apply and if luck is on your side, then you can also attend this prestigious event.

Google doesn’t give priority to developers neither do they allow only developers to attend this event but almost anyone can attend this event.

Mobile Related Terminology and Short Forms and meaning

We hear many mobile phones’ related words. Here are full forms of some such words for your reference:

CLDC – Connected Limited Device Configuration

MIDP – Mobile Information Device Profile

JAR – Java application ARchive

SIS – Software Installation Script or Symbian InStallation file

SISX – Same as SIS file but for Symbian OS v9.1 and later phones

GPRS – General Packet Radio Service

GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication

CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access

TDMA – Time Division Multiple Access

GUI – Graphical User Interface

JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group

MBM – MultiBitMap (Symbian OS specific image format)

SDK – Software Development Kit

UI – User Interface

UID – Unique IDentifier

WAP – Wireless Application Protocol

WCDMA – Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

IDE – Integrated Development Environment

OS – Operating System

OTA – Over The Air

DVB – Digital Video Broadcasting

EDGE – Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution

DNS – Domain Name System

DRM – Digital Rights Management

BREW – Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless

And many more left. Hope this will add to your knowledge about mobiles. I will try to detail above terms in future posts.

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Full forms , Computer Related Full Forms words

  • ADSL – Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
  • AGP – Accelerated Graphics Port
  • APC – American Power Conversion
  • ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  • ASIC – Application Specific Integrated Circuit
  • ASPI – Advanced SCSI Programming Interface
  • AT – Advanced Technology
  • ATI – ATI Technologies Inc.
  • ATX – Advanced Technology Extended
  • BFG – BFG Technologies
  • BIOS – Basic Input Output System
  • BNC – Barrel Nut Connector
  • COMPUTER – Common Operating Machine particularly Used For Tade, Education and Research.
  • CAS – Column Address Signal
  • CD – Compact Disk
  • CDR – Compact Disk Recorder
  • CDRW – Compact Disk ReWriter
  • CD-ROM – Compact Disk – Read Only Memory
  • CFM – Cubic Feet per Minute
  • CMOS – Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
  • CPU – Central Processing Unit
  • CTX – CTX Technology Corporation
  • DDR – Double Data Rate
  • DDR-SDRAM – Double Data Rate – Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
  • DFI – DFI Inc. Design for Innovation
  • DIMM – Dual Inline Memory Module
  • DRAM – Dynamic Random Access Memory
  • DPI – Dots Per Inch
  • DSL – See ASDL
  • DVD – Digital Versatile Disc
  • DVD-RAM – Digital Versatile Disk – Random Access Memory
  • ECC – Error Correction Code
  • ECS – Elitegroup Computer Systems
  • EDO – Extended Data Out
  • EEPROM – Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
  • EPROM – Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
  • EVGA – EVGA Corporation
  • FC-PGA – Flip Chip Pin Grid Array
  • FDC – Floppy Disk Controller
  • FDD – Floppy Disk Drive
  • FPU – Floating Point Unit
  • FSAA – Full Screen Anti Aliasing
  • FS – For Sale
  • FSB – Front Side Bus
  • GB – Gigabytes
  • GBps – Gigabytes per second or Gigabits per second
  • GDI – Graphical Device Interface
  • GHz – GigaHertz
  • HDD – Hard Disk Drive
  • HIS – Hightech Information System Limited
  • HP – Hewlett-Packard Development Company
  • IBM – International Business Machines Corporation
  • IC – Integrated Circuit
  • IDE – Integrated Drive Electronics
  • IFS- Item for Sale
  • IRQ – Interrupt Request
  • ISA – Industry Standard Architecture
  • ISO – International Standards Organization
  • JBL – JBL, Jame B. Lansing., Speakers
  • JVC – JVC Company of America
  • Kbps – Kilobits Per Second
  • KBps – KiloBytes per second
  • LG – LG Electronics
  • LAN – Local Area Network
  • LCD – Liquid Crystal Display
  • LDT – Lightning Data Transport
  • LED – Light Emitting Diode
  • MAC – Media Access Control
  • MB  – MotherBoard or Megabyte
  • MBps – Megabytes Per Second
  • Mbps – Megabits Per Second or Megabits Per Second
  • MHz – MegaHertz
  • NAS – Network Attached Storage
  • NAT – Network Address Translation
  • NEC – NEC Corporation
  • NIC – Network Interface Card
  • OC – Over Clock
  • OCZ – OCZ Technology
  • OEM – Original Equipment Manufacturer
  • PC – Personal Computer
  • PCB – Printed Circuit Board
  • PCI – Peripheral Component Interconnect
  • PDA – Personal Digital Assistant
  • PCMCIA – Peripheral Component Microchannel Interconnect Architecture
  • POST – Power On Self Test
  • PPPoA – Point to Point Protocol over ATM
  • PPPoE – Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
  • RAID – Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks
  • RAM – Random Access Memory
  • RAMDAC – Random Access Memory Digital Analog Convertor
  • RDRAM – Rambus Dynamic Random Access Memory
  • ROM – Read Only Memory
  • RPM – Revolutions Per Minute
  • SASID – Self scanned Amorphous Silicon Integrated Display
  • SCA – SCSI Configured Automatically
  • SCSI – Small Computer System Interface
  • SDRAM – Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
  • SECC – Single Edge Contact Connector
  • SPARC – Scalable Processor ArChitecture
  • SOHO – Small Office Home Office
  • SRAM – Static Random Access Memory
  • SSE – Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • SVGA – Super Video Graphics Array
  • S/PDIF – Sony or Philips Digital Interface
  • TB – Terabytes
  • TBps – Terabytes per second
  • Tbps – Terabits per second
  • TDK – TDK Electronics
  • TEC – Thermoelectric Cooler
  • TPC – TipidPC
  • TWAIN – Technology Without An Important Name
  • UART – Universal Asynchronous Receiver or Transmitter
  • USB – Universal Serial Bus
  • UTP – Unshieled Twisted Pair
  • VCD – Video CD
  • VPN – Virtual Private Network
  • WAN – Wide Area Network
  • WTB – Want to Buy
  • WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get
  • XGA – Extended Graphics Array
  • XFX – XFX Graphics, a Division of Pine
  • XMS – Extended Memory Specification
  • XT – Extended Technology

You know Secret about Sundar Pichai (Google CEO)?

Sundar Pichai lifestyle Google surprised the world by announcing the appointment of a new CEO on 10th August 2015. It became a proud moment for the Indian community to see an Indian-born make it to the list of the CEOs in the Tech. Industry.
Pichai Sundararajan, more commonly known to us as Sundar Pichai was born in Madurai, in the state of Tamil Nadu, India, on July 12, 1972. He belongs to a lower middle-class family and had never experienced the luxury of watching television or traveling by car in his childhood.
His father Raghunath Pichai worked as an Electrical Engineer in General Electric in Chennai and therefore, the family lived in the city, at Ashok Nagar. His father was the manager of a factory that made components for electrical objects. The stories of the work challenges faced by his father always inspired Pichai. Pichai saw technology in his hands at the age of 12 when his father bought a land line phone for the house. He had an extraordinary skill of memorizing and remembering numbers. He could keep in mind all the numbers he dialed.
Via – Tech Support