Most disliked Videos on YouTube ever [Infographic]

Nowadays, YouTube videos do not take much time to go viral. Be it some controversy, a mimic of a real being or some breaking news, it spreads like fire, thanks to Social Media. Last time, I shared a post compiling some nice and funny videos about FaceBook which was highly liked by our readers. This time I am going to share the most disliked videos on YouTube ever. So read on to read more interesting stuff.

Justin Bieber fans are not going to like this one much as there are 5 Justin Bieber videos on the Dislikes list. The #2 most disliked video on YouTube is Justin Biebers’ Baby, with 1.2 million dislikes which is led by Rebecca Black’s Friday with 1.7 million dislikes. Nathan Yau from FlowingData has created this infographic for reference. Have a look.

YouTube most Disliked Videos

So, which video do you hate the most on YouTube.

How to watch Full Screen YouTube videos on Facebook

Whenever I see an interesting or a funny video on my Facebook feed, I share it on my wall for others to enjoy it. You might also be doing it. Don’t you? 😉

You might have a seen a YouTube video go viral on FB as this cycle goes on repeating but when you come across any such video, you cannot see the video in full screen right from Facebook. Instead, you need to click the video and view it on YouTube. Not only that, sometime while doing that, YouTube starts streaming the video again from the start, which is very irritating. So, instead of getting into this hassle, you end up watching it in small screen within Facebook. You will not have to do that after you read this article.


Check Out: Top 11 funny Videos about Facebook

There is a Google Chrome extension (and a Greasemonkey Script for Firefox) which help in solving this issue. Full Screen Video extension adds the full screen option to all YouTube & Vimeo videos in Facebook. Full Screen videos stream fast too.

Below is how, the videos in Facebook look like, without the Full-screen button.

Default Youtube video in Facebook - Full screen button missing

Once you install the Google Chrome Facebook full screen extension (or Greasemonkey script for Firefox), additional buttons get added to the YouTube videos in which you can see the full screen button and an additional button to select the resolution of the video also 🙂

This extension supports YouTube and Vimeo embedded videos.

Youtube video in Facebook Full screen button - Google Chrome Extension

So, what are you waiting for? Direct your browsers to the below mentioned links and enhance your facebook experience.

Google Chrome Users: Install this Facebook Full Screen Video Extension

Mozilla Firefox Users: Install this Greasemonkey script to watch videos in full screen.

13 Must Subscribe Technology Related Channels on YouTube

There are numerous ways to stay updated about the latest in technology around the internet and when it comes to imparting knowledge, what matches the detailed information delivered videos.

Actually, we have become habitual to watching videos because of the Television and it attracts people en masse. Youtube, Hulu, Metacafe, Dailymotion are few of the popular online video websites which provides platform to upload, watch and share videos. In this article, I have listed some of the best technology related channels on YouTube which will help you stay up-to-date with the latest in Web 2.0 and technology trends.

Some of them cover tech news while some of them do reviews of new tech products and services. Also, listed are some which provide basic tips and tutorials which may benefit you in your daily encounter with gadgets and geeky stuff.

#1 Google – How about starting the list with Google official youtube channel which brings you some latest technology by google and How-To’s. Most of the bloggers must have already subscribed it but still its a must subscribe for all the tech freaks. At the time of compiling this list, Google Youtube channel has 213,382 subscribers with 1,287 videos.

Google Official youtube channel

#2 TED Talks – TEDTalks shares the best ideas from the TED Conference with the world, for free. They post a fresh TEDTalk every weekday Currently there are about 829 videos, they are sharing with a whopping 183,026 subscribers.

TED Talks Youtube channel - Inspired talks by the world's leading thinkers and doers

#3 Machinima – is the premier online entertainment network showing trailers, gameplay, montages & original series created in video games. If you are a real games freak, you are going to love this channel. This is the no. 1 subscribed games related channel. This channel has 13,298 videos with a whopping 1,720,144 subscribers. Youtube channel

#4 CNET TV’s Channel – Cnet is one of the biggest technology resource without any doubt and this is the video channel you should not miss. Currently, this channel has 700+ videos with 40,615 Subscribers.

CNET TV LOGO - Youtube channel

#5 PCWizKid’s Channel – PCWizKid is the most popular Tech Reviewer on Youtube which is devoted to all those in need of help with your PC software and hardware issues making your PC experience as productive and pain-free as possible. PCWizKid also provides informative Hardware reviews of a wide variety of PC and Electronic products. At the time of writing this, PCWizKid has 400+ informative videos with 52,761 subscribers.

PCWizkids Youtube channel - You don't have to be a geek to tweak

#6 Google Tech Talks – Google Tech Talks is dedicated to exploring areas of technology and science. Guest speakers range from the prestigious world leaders and ex-Presidents to the little-known poets and artists. At the time of compiling this list, the Google Tech Talks channel has 1,385 videos with 48k+ subscribers.

Google tech talks Youtube channel

#7 Mashable – Founded in 2005, Mashable is the top source for news in social and digital media, technology and web culture. The official Mashable Youtube channel provides breaking web news, providing analysis of trends, reviewing new Web sites and services, and offering social media resources and guides. Mashable is also popular with bloggers, Twitter and Facebook users – an increasingly influential demographic. This YouTube channel has 8,220 subscribers with 200+ Videos.

Mashable official youtube channel

#8 Gizmodo – Gizmodo is a famous gadget blog and is known for up-to-date coverage of the technology industry. This is a must-subscribe channel which already has 16,319 subscribers against 300+ videos on its channel.

Gizmodo Videos channel on Youtube

#9 TechWeb TV – News, information, and commentary on technology from the editors, journalists, and bloggers at Information Week. This Youtube channel has 550+ videos with 2,147 subscribers.

TechWeb TV Youtube channel - News, information and commentary on technology

#10 Microsoft Windows Videos – This is the official Microsoft Windows channel. Microsoft has been able to pull 25,388 subscribers with its very informative and knowledge rich 180+ videos.

Microsoft Windows Youtube channel

#11 Computer World – Who does not know computer world magazine? This is their youtube channel. For 40+ years, Computerworld has been the leading source of technology news and information for IT professionals. Our award-winning Web site, magazine, conferences and custom research form the hub of the world’s largest global IT media network. This Youtube channel has 2,375 subscribers with 80+ videos.

Computer World Magazine Youtube channel

#12 PC WorldPC World is a global computer magazine published monthly; this is their official YouTube channel. It offers advice on various aspects of PCs and related items, the Internet, and other personal-technology products and services. In addition to this, you also get latest reviews, news and step-by-step tutorials on the PC World YouTube video channel. This channel has 190+ Videos with 9,925 subscribers.

PC World Youtube channel for Technology tips and tricks

#13 MIT – The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. The MIT Youtube channel has 86,120 subscribers and 1600+ Videos.

MIT Youtube channel

Bonus – NPTEL – This is the channel of the most prestigious group of institutes in India, the IIT’s (India Institute of Technology) and IISc, Bangalore, which has been suggested to us by our reader, Sitakanta.

This is the channel which is called NPTEL – National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning, which provides technical lectures from all seven Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. The Video Courses provide lectures on categories like Core Sciences, Civil Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.

This channel has 4,950 informative videos with 59,500+ subscribers.


Above are some of the must-subscribe Technology related YouTube channels that I could find. Which one is your favourite and also, do let me know if I missed your favourite 😉

Youtube testing its new Live streaming Feature

For the last some days, Youtube and Google are creating waves all over the internet with Google Instant launched last week and then soon after that a college student became the talk of the town by creating Youtube Instant.

Google is again in the limelight with Youtube, the runaway leader in online video, starting its trials of a new live-streaming service, potentially laying the groundwork for a new heavyweight in the Webcasting space.
youtube_logoYouTube has long been rumoured to be preparing a live-streaming service, now that it is officially starting the trials, should Youtube take this to the next level with its new Live streaming, it is sure to enter into direct competition with providers such as Ustream, Livestream and

If we look at the past, Youtube has already provided the live streaming for some important events like the U2 and the Indian Premier League Cricket matches.

The first trials of the Youtube live streaming platform have begun starting 8:00 am Pacific time on 13th September 2010, with a full complement of programming lined up from the alpha testers.

YouTube has brought in four content partners: Howcast, Next New Networks, Rocketboom and Young Hollywood. The test platform will be live for the next two days.

As per the official announcement by Youtube,

This new platform integrates live streaming directly into YouTube channels; all broadcasters need is a webcam or external USB/FireWire camera. Included in the test is a “Live Comments” module which lets you engage with the broadcaster and the broader YouTube community. For the purpose of the trial, this offering will only be available today and tomorrow. Based on the results of this initial test, we’ll evaluate rolling out the platform more broadly to our partners worldwide.

“Bear with us as we test this new platform as there may be some bumps along the way. Please share your feedback in the comments section,” YouTube said.

Below is the schedule of programming over the next two days of the Youtube Live streaming trials. Click on Watch Now to see the live streaming for one of the 4 content partners :).

What do you think about Youtube live with some existing live service providers like Ustream, Livestream and already in the market. Is Youtube live going to make a mark here? Do share your views in the comment section below.

After Google, now it is Youtube’s turn to do the “Instant” Magic

You have heard about Google Instant. Now, how about Youtube Instant?

Yesterday only, we informed you about the recent major change done to the Google Search by the Search engine giant, this week in the name of Google Instant. Now it is the turn of Youtube to do the Instant magic. And, the most amazing thing is that this new functionality added to Youtube has not been done by Google, but by a brilliant Computer Science College student, Feross Aboukhadijeh of Stanford University.

Youtube instant - real time youtube video search

Google Instant – which allows you to search dynamically from the moment you start typing keywords, was announces on Wednesday this week, the young lad decided to build YouTube Instant, a site that lets you search across the vast YouTube video database in real-time just like Google instant.

Visit Youtube Instant now and see the Magic…


The whole thing started as a bet between two friends in which Feross challenged that he can build Youtube instant in less than 1 hour, which works in real-time just like Google Instant. Feross took 3 hours to build the Youtube instant; he lost the bet but what he won has been commendable.

The young college student has caught the attention of the press amongst the tech world, making him famous in less than a day. More important for a CS undergrad is that the development caught the eyes of the YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley which impressed him enough to tweet a job offer to him.

Below is the conversation exchanged between Feross and Chad Hurley on Twitter:

Chad hurley Youtube cofounder offers job to the youtube instant developer - Feross Aboukhadijeh

The problem is that Feross is already working for Facebook on a secret project in which he is “building something really cool that’s going to be released soon, but I can’t share any details because it’s top secret,” as he mentioned in an email interview.

The awesome work done by Feross in making the Youtube Instant was covered by almost all the big names in the press covering the news about tech world like Washington Post, New York Times, Mashable, Reddit, PC Magazine, NDTV, TechMeme,, Softpedia, Engadget.

Feross expresses the whole episode in his own words on his blog:

After updating my status, I went to sleep. I awoke Friday morning to an inbox full of people congratulating me on YouTube Instant, sending me links to press coverage, and sharing it by the thousands on Twitter and Facebook.

Aboukhadijeh announced the launch of YouTube Instant on Y Combinator’s Hacker News feed, a news aggregation site similar to Digg and Reddit. It behaves much the same way Google Instant does — as a viewer types in the video they are looking for, the engine guesses the video and begins playing it immediately.

Watching the whole incidence, I can assure you of one thing: You want a job at Google, just code a few lines of awesome creativity. Who knows, you get a tweet from the CEO offering you a direct job 😉

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