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Submitted by Settler 707d ago | news

Why YouTube buffers: The secret deals that make—and break—online video

Ars Technica- Lee Hutchinson has a problem. My fellow Ars writer is a man who loves to watch YouTube videos—mostly space rocket launches and gun demonstrations, I assume—but he never knows when his home Internet service will let him do so. (Services, Web, YouTube)

wishingW3L  +   707d ago
I thought I was the only one but man, Youtube's buffer is insanely annoying as heck. It forces me to constantly be deleting my cache just because the stupid vid gets stuck at some point and the only thing that fixes it is by deleting the cache.
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kingPoS  +   707d ago
[Holds up a chainsaw] I just rip it! (GRNNN GRNNN)
fatstarr  +   707d ago
this is pretty eye opening, I always wonder why my high speed internet connection lags on videos more than my dsl connection back in 2005.

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