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Tourist video captures gator-feeding frolic

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Home video from a recent swamp boat tour in Louisiana shows a guide in the water feeding chicken and marshmallows to two alligators. The video has attracted the attention of local and state wildlife officials. (June 12) Video provided by AP


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Web News: Online Outrage After Chinese Tourist Defaces Egyptian Temple

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France 24 (May 27, 2013) — Today on the net: online outrage after a Chinese tourist defaces an Egyptian temple; crowdfunding initiatives in the US to help Oklahoma tornado victims; and a Californian hospital live tweeting brain surgery.
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Yahoo! Said to Be Near RayV Acquisition to Bolster Video Service

Yahoo! Said to Be Near RayV Acquisition to Bolster Video Service

TheStreet (May 21, 2014) — Yahoo! is said to be close to buying video streaming start-up RayV, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. The company is reportedly interested in acquiring RayV to bolster its video service, as the start-up develops software for high definition online video streaming. In addition, RayV offers a content distribution network, a content management system and digital rights management function, according to the Journal. RayV's Web site says it has "developed a unique suite of patented technologies and a new approach to video streaming." It's based in Los Angeles with research and development operations in Tel Aviv. Video provided by TheStreet
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Video Is Expected To Make Up 84 Percent Of Internet Traffic By 2018

Video Is Expected To Make Up 84 Percent Of Internet Traffic By 2018

TheStreet (June 10, 2014) — Internet traffic will be fueled by video over the next few years, according to a new report from Cisco Systems. The report forecasts that video will grow to 84% of internet traffic in the United States by 2018. Video traffic currently makes up 78% of internet traffic in the United States. The internet traffic to watch World Cup related video is anticipated to generate three times the amount of monthly total internet traffic in Brazil, this year's cup host. According to the report released Tuesday, by 2018 the global internet traffic a month will equal 8.8 billion screens streaming the World Cup at the same time or about 5.5 million people binge watching Game of Thrones season four. TheStreet's Kathryn Mykelseth reports from New York. Video provided by TheStreet
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