An unlisted video is a different type of private video. Unlisted means that only people who know the link to the video can view it (such as friends or family to whom you send the link). An unlisted video will not appear in any of YouTube's public spaces (such as search results, your channel, or the Browse page). An unlisted video is different to a private video in these ways:
You don't need a YouTube account to watch the video (you can see an unlisted video if someone sends you the video's link)
There's no 25 person sharing limit
Even though your video will not appear in any of YouTube's public spaces, links to the video could still appear elsewhere on the web if anyone who knows the video's URL shares it. It is therefore up to you to maintain the privacy of your video and the unlisted URL. You can further restrict the video at any time by returning to your account and marking the video as Private.
I asked Microsoft whether the video is legit and received an official no comment. I have to say I think it’s the real deal ... The thing to remember about Microsoft MGX videos are they’re just a means of revving up the sales troops. — kind of like what Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner did with his one-liners at Microsoft’s recent Worldwide Partner Conference. They are meant to be a sales tool for customer calls. Still, it’s interesting to see what the Softies are focusing on, in terms of their sales messages….
On the other hand, the FBI appears to be excited about the new opportunities for surveillance and evidence-gathering that Microsoft's new Greenfield application might provide. Greenfield is reportedly an "activity-based navigation" system from Microsoft Research that will be able to track a phone user's movements through a suite of sensors on the mobile phone, allowing a trail to be gathered indoors, where GPS tracking doesn't reach.
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Google ... Google use Java for phone apps, enough said.
There's a huge group of people that hate Apple also. If you're successful enough, it's going to happen. The difference is there's also a huge group of people that love apple. That's where Microsoft has failed. But if you look around, Microsoft fanboys are out there. They even have their own leader.
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