Live chat replays will show up alongside the video in the same manner as they as appeared live. The tech giants will expend more on Live automatic speech recognition technology (LASR) to add captions to the live videos.
[BREAKING] Dapchi abduction: FG delegation arrives Yobe
The Governor said the withdrawal of personnel in Buniyadi caused the killings of the student of FGC and also the Dapchi abduction. A roll-call at the girls' school in the village of Dapchi, Yobe state, on Tuesday showed 91 students were absent.
YouTube started offering programmed subtitling in 2009, and has since added inscriptions to a billion recordings, the organization says.
This feature - the automatic English captioning - will be rolling out "in coming weeks" on Live. For Super Chat - a monetizing feature that lets viewers pay money to have their video comments highlighted in the chat stream - YouTube is integrating IFTTT technology. Improving the live streaming feature of YouTube was a tactful weapon for Google and aimed at giving a hard-hitting answer to its rivalries such as Periscope of Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Last but not the least, creators can now add a location tag to their mobile live stream and video uploads to share their favorite spots with their viewers. There's also going to be a function where users can filter search results by location to find videos that have been tagged from a particular region.
Asus Undercuts iPhone X, Galaxy S9 With Flagship $500 ZenFone 5Z
The ASUS ZenFone 5Z will be available in Midnight Blue and Meteor Silver color variants, while its dimensions are still unknown. It will sport dual cameras on the front and back unlike its bigger brethren which only have the dual camera setup at the back.
"Over 600 internet-connected services and devices (like lights, pet feeders and confetti cannons!) can be connected to Super Chat", writes Wilms.
The Super Chat include itself is right now accessible on Android and work area, and is propelling on iOS today.
Myanmar budgets for fence to keep Rohingya out
But that does not appear to be the case so far, and many Rohingya fear authorities are seizing land they've lived on for generations.