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YouTube has reportedly launched a new design for its users that is inspired by the "card-like" design Google Now uses on many of its other web and mobile apps.

Google has come up with the design to highlight playlists by putting them front and center in the left sidebar.

According to Tech Crunch, the company also center-aligned the site to make it look better on any screen and give it a feeling similar to the mobile apps you're spending almost half your YouTube time with.

Meanwhile, YouTube also added new icons to the sidebar and introduced a new persistent menu button next to the company's logo in the top-left corner of the screen that will bring up the guide with playlists, subscriptions in the sidebar. 

Apple corporation likes nothing better than a good tease, usually made during one of its grand, defining moments or timed with a special anniversary.

It is now all of 30 years since founder Steve Jobs unveiled the iconic Apple Mac. Trumpeting that success on its website, Apple reminds us that it “was designed to be so easy to use that people could actually use it”.

That sounds blindingly obvious nowadays, but back in 1984 personal computing wasn’t very personal. It was largely confined to an elite of academics and wealthy businesses.

The Macintosh 128K was the first mass-market personal computer to break the mould. It was also the first to feature a graphical user interface and mouse.

“It came with a promise - that the power of technology taken from a few and put in the hands of everyone, could change the world,” says Apple. “That promise has been kept. Today we create, connect, share, and learn in ways that were unimaginable 30 years ago.”

The hint is that Apple has something big up its sleeve that will keep the coffers flowing for the next few decades.

It will need it, if a flagging share price and Wall Street jitters are anything to go by. Although it is awash with cash - €142bn and rising - expectations among investors are so high that Apple cannot be seen to flounder, even for an instant.

Financial traders are more concerned about what Apple will do over the next few months than what they are planning in the years and decades ahead.

This year was to be Apple’s watershed in China, when a long-awaited deal to sell iPhone through China Mobile Ltd, the nation’s largest carrier, would claw back ground from rival Samsung.

Lower-than-expected pre-Christmas iPhone sales and a weak revenue forecast renewed fears about Chinese demand and a tepid global market, wiping 8% off Apple’s share price. The company also warned that revenues may fall in the first quarter of 2014. Apple has not posted a drop in quarterly revenues in more than a decade.

Since then, it has been buoyed by sales of the iPhone and iPad but this year a sense of urgency is growing, with trouble brewing on all sides.

Intense competition in China from Samsung as well as from local rivals like Huawei and Xiaomi is impeding its progress there.

“There’s no doubt that shipments (to China Mobile) are lower than almost anybody expected,” Pacific Crest Securities’ Andy Hargreaves told Reuters. Globally, “the high-end smartphone and tablet markets are saturated, and that’s not going to grow.”

There is a sense of back-to-the-future about all this. In 1995, the company was in trouble with sales of Macs dwindling and other manufacturers making cheaper and smarter products. It had to come up with something new. The funky iMac G3 did the trick and in 1998 Apple was posting profits again for the first time in three years.

The iPod followed in 2001 and the iPhone six years later, with the iPad in 2010 consolidating Apple’s position as the world’s most valuable technology company.

But investors are still not happy. The company forecast sales of to $44bn in the first quarter of this year, but Wall Street had expected even more - $46bn, on average.

So, will a new product do the business once again? There is a range of possibilities:

A bigger iPhone


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Looking to extend their current ratings achievements with Modern Family as the No. 1 comedy, Grey’s Anatomy as the No. 1 drama, and Once Upon a Time as the No 1. freshman drama, ABC has picked up a unique range of dramas and comedies to help fill out their fall line-up.

From learning how to live with your parents in, well, How to Live with your Parents, to meeting the aliens from Zabvron in The Neighbors, ABC certainly offers much needed variety in what’s already an extremely full television landscape. Of course, we’ll have to wait until this fall to see just how well the variety (or aliens) manage.

Continuing to firmly grasp hold of Sunday night programming, ABC is adding Revenge to its weekend schedule. Following Once Upon a Time, ABC is hoping to provide an outlet for families to not only watch television together and then continue building their programming throughout the night - with parents being able to finish out the evening with Terry Quinn’s thrill drama 666 Park Avenue.

Rounding out ABC’s schedule, Castle remains in the same timeslot on Monday’s; Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23 as well as Happy Endings and Private Practice remain on Tuesdays (but will be joined by How to Live with Your Parents and Family Tools in January); the Wednesday line-up adds The Neighbors and Nashville; and Last Resort joins Grey’s Anatomy as well as Scandal on Thursday.

Grey's Anatomy is an American television medical drama that premiered on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) as a mid-season replacement on March 27, 2005. The series has aired nine seasons, and focuses on the fictional lives of surgical interns and residents as they gradually evolve into seasoned doctors, while trying to maintain personal lives. The show's premise originated with Shonda Rhimes, who serves as an executive producer, along with Betsy Beers, Mark Gordon, Krista Vernoff, Rob Corn, Mark Wilding, and Allan Heinberg. The series was created to be racially diverse, utilizing a color-blind casting technique. It is primarily filmed in Los Angeles, California.

The series' protagonist is Dr. Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo), who originally is accepted into the residency program at the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital. Meredith is assigned to work under Dr. Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson), along with Dr. Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh), Dr. George O'Malley (T. R. Knight), Dr. Izzie Stevens (Katherine Heigl), and Dr. Alex Karev (Justin Chambers). Following O'Malley's death and Stevens' departure, the hospital's merger with Mercy West brings in Dr. Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams) and Dr. April Kepner (Sarah Drew), in the sixth season.

The surgical wing is primarily supervised by Dr. Richard Webber (James Pickens, Jr.), who is eventually replaced by Dr. Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey), and later, Dr. Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd). Dr. Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey) is the chief of neurosurgery, Dr. Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) is chief of pediatrics, Owen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) is chief of trauma, Dr. Callie Torres (Sara Ramirez) is chief of orthopedics, Dr. Mark Sloan (Eric Dane) is the chief of plastic surgery, and the chief of cardiothoracic surgery has been three different doctors throughout the show: Dr. Preston Burke (Isaiah Washington), Dr. Erica Hahn (Brooke Smith), and Dr. Teddy Altman (Kim Raver).

Dr. Preston Burke (Isaiah Washington) departs at the conclusion of the third season, after a failed relationship with Dr. Cristina Yang, and is replaced by Dr. Erica Hahn (Brooke Smith), who leaves the show during the fifth season, and later Dr. Teddy Altman (Kim Raver), who departs at the end of the eighth season. Introduced in the second season is Dr. Addison Montgomery (Kate Walsh), who leaves the show at the end of the third season, in order to launch her own spin-off medical drama Private Practice. Dr. Callie Torres (Sara Ramirez) and Dr. Mark Sloan (Eric Dane) also enter the show in the second season, while the latter dies in the premiere of the ninth season. Meredith's half-sister, Dr. Lexie Grey (Chyler Leigh), appears from season three and dies at the end of season eight. Dr. Arizona Robbins (Jessica Capshaw) is given series regular status at the beginning of the sixth season. The ninth season introduced a new set of five recurring interns, with four - Dr. Jo Wilson (Camilla Luddington), Dr. Shane Ross (Gaius Charles), Dr. Stephanie Edwards (Jerrika Hinton) and Dr. Leah Murphy (Tessa Ferrer) becoming series regulars in the tenth season.

Grey's Anatomy is the highest-rated drama in the key 18-49 demographic. While the ratings have fallen over the past few seasons, it was once among the overall top-ten rated shows in the United States. Grey's Anatomy has been well received by critics. Considered an impact on culture, the series has received numerous awards, and has also been included in various critics' top ten lists. The show has produced several specials, as well as distributed all seasons to DVD, and released a collection of merchandise. In 2012, Grey's Anatomy was named the fifth-highest revenue earning show, in terms of advertising per half-hour. The series was renewed for a tenth season on May 10, 2013, which premiered on September 26, 2013. The season will be split into two parts, with 12 episodes in each part. The second part of season 10 will premiere on February 27, 2014.


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eAcademy Awards (1960-70; 1976-present)
The Country Music Association Awards (2006-present)
The Billboard Music Awards (2011-present)
Miss America (1954-56, 1997-2005; 2011-present)
Dramas
Grey's Anatomy (2005-present)
Private Practice (2007-present)
Castle (2009-present)
Rookie Blue (2010-present)
Body of Proof (2011-present)
Once Upon a Time (2011-present)
Revenge (2011-present)
Scandal (2012-present)
Final Witness (2012-present)
Late nights
Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003-present)
Movie presentations
ABC Saturday Movie of the Week (2004-present)
News and information
ABC World News (1953-present)
Good Morning America (1975-present)
20/20 (1978-present)
Nightline (1980-present)
This Week (1981-present)
America This Morning (1982-present)
Primetime (1989-present)
World News Now (1992-present)
Online originals
Voicemail (2007-present)
Squeegees (2008-present)
Reality/non-scripted
America's Funniest Home Videos (1989-present)
The Bachelor (2002-present)
The Bachelorette (2003-present)
Dancing with the Stars (2005-present)
Wipeout (2008-present)
Shark Tank (2009-present)
Bachelor Pad (2010-present)
Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition (2011-present)
Secret Millionaire (2011-present)
Celebrity Wife Swap (2012-present)
Duets (2012-present)
The Glass House (2012-present)
NY Med (2012-present)
Saturday morning (under the Litton's Weekend Adventure banner)
Jack Hanna's Wild Countdown (2011-present)
Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin (2011-present)
Born to Explore with Richard Wiese (2011-present)
Everyday Health (2011-present)
Food for Thought with Claire Thomas (2011-present)
Sea Rescue (2012-present)
Sitcoms
Modern Family (2009-present)
The Middle (2009-present)
Happy Endings (2011-present)
Last Man Standing (2011-present)
Suburgatory (2011-present)
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 (2012-present)
Soap opera
General Hospital (1963-present)
Sports (under the ESPN on ABC banner)
NBA on ABC, which includes:
NBA Countdown
Christmas Day doubleheaders
NBA Sunday Showcase Game(s) of the Week
Select postseason games
The NBA Finals
College Football coverage, which includes:
Saturday Night Football
Saturday afternoon games featuring teams from the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, and Pac-12
The ACC Championship Game
The Outback Bowl
The Liberty Bowl
The British Open (replayed coverage from ESPN)
Wimbledon (replayed coverage from ESPN), which includes:
The Gentlemen's Finals
The Ladies' Finals
IndyCar coverage, which includes:
The Indianapolis 500
Other select races
The Breeders' Cup (2008-present)
NASCAR on ABC/ESPN, which includes:
Select Nationwide Series races
Select Sprint Cup races
The WNBA
The X Games (Summer and Winter)
ESPN Sports Saturday
Talk shows
The View (1997-present)
The Chew (2011-present)
Good Afternoon America (2012-present)
Upcoming series

Fall
The Neighbors
Nashville
Last Resort
Malibu Country
666 Park Avenue
Midseason
Red Widow
Zero Hour
The Family Tools
How to Live with Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)
Mistresses

Awards shows
The American Music Awards (1973-present)
The Academy Awards (1976-present)
The Billboard Music Awards (2011-present)
The Country Music Association Awards (2006-present)
Beauty pagents
Miss America (2011-present)

Saturday morning (under the Litton's Weekend Adventure banner)
Jack Hanna's Wild Countdown (2011-present)
Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin (2011-present)
Born to Explore with Richard Wiese (2011-present)
Everyday Health (2011-present)
Food for Thought with Claire Thomas (2011-present)
Sea Rescue (beginning April 7, 2012)

Sitcoms
Cougar Town (2009-present)
Happy Endings (2011-present)
Last Man Standing (2011-present)
The Middle (2009-present)
Modern Family (2009-present)
Suburgatory (2011-present)
Soap opera
General Hospital (1963-present)

Sports (under the ESPN on ABC banner)
NBA on ABC, which includes:
NBA Countdown
Christmas Day doubleheaders
NBA Sunday Showcase Game(s) of the Week
Select postseason games
The NBA Finals
College Football coverage, which includes:
Saturday Night Football
Saturday afternoon games featuring teams from the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, and Pac-12
The ACC Championship Game
The Outback Bowl
The Liberty Bowl
The British Open (replayed coverage from ESPN)
Wimbledon (replayed coverage from ESPN), which includes:
The Gentlemen's Finals
The Ladies' Finals
IndyCar coverage, which includes:
The Indianapolis 500
The Breeders' Cup (2008-present)
NASCAR on ABC/ESPN, which includes:
Select Nationwide Series races
Select Sprint Cup races
The WNBA
The X Games (Summer and Winter)
ESPN Sports Saturday

Talk show
The View (1997-present)