Back in May, YouTube introduced video chapters, a way of breaking down videos into separate, easy-jump-to segments. It's similar to the way a film is broken down into scenes on a DVD, allowing you to skip straight to the part you want. Sadly, there aren't many creators using chapters yet, mainly because it takes time to set them during the editing process. To help remedy this, YouTube has decided to use machine learning to assign chapters automatically, and testing is now underway. Read More
If you want to find out all the new goodies Android's newest upcoming OS, codenamed Gingerbread, is going to bring, you may want to ask Satya Komatineni, Sayed Hashimi, and Dave MacLean. These 3 writers are the co-authors of the Pro Android book series, and, thanks to a tip from @brodduncan, we now know they've definitely been playing with Gingerbread, likely for quite a while.
The new 3rd edition of Pro Android, which recently showed up on Amazon, mentions the Gingerbread SDK in its description:
Pro Android 3 shows you how to build real-world and fun mobile applications using the new Android SDK, codename "Gingerbread."