Monday 23 April 2007

Anti-Virus Rip-Off On YouTube

It's always nice to get feedback. It used to arrive in the form of telephone calls, letters and email. Now we're starting to see video clips on YouTube! This is the first video I've seen that has been created by a reader of Computer Shopper, about an article in the magazine.

It was drawn to my attention by none other than Eugene Kaspersky (Kaspersky Labs), who had flown in to London from Moscow (via Bejing) for the Infosecurity Europe 2007 conference, and to meet with me and some other journalists in Dennis Publishing's office.

1 comment:

  1. today announces YouTube Robot 2.0, a tool that enables you to download video from onto your PC, convert it to various formats to watch it when you are on the road on mobile devices like mobile phone, iPod, iPhone, Pocket PC, PSP, or Zune.

    YouTube Robot allows you to search for videos using keywords or browse video by category, author, channel, language, tags, etc. When you find something noteworthy, you can preview the video right in YouTube Robot and then download it onto the hard disk drive. The speed, at which you will be downloading, is very high: up to 5 times faster than other software when you download a single file and up to 4 times faster when you download multiple files at a time.

    Manual download is not the only option with YouTube Robot. You may as well schedule the download and conversion tasks to be executed automatically, even when you are not around. Downloading is followed by conversion to the format of your choice and uploading videos to a mobile device (if needed). For example, you can plug in iPod, select the video, go to bed, and when you wake up next morning, your iPod will be ready to play new YouTube videos.

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