Facebook launches branded content initiative; Online games used to sneak data past censors

Online video news from across the web:

> Vimeo redesigned its video categories in a move to improve user searches for content. Blog post

> iFlix, a Netflix-type service for Southeast Asia, netted $30 million in a fundraising round. Story

> Facebook has teamed with seven major sponsors, including Disney and Vice Media, on a branded-content initiative dubbed Anthology. Story

> Android on Windows? What madness is this? Story

> Hulu continued its march to capture all the exclusives by announcing a deal for episodes of the upcoming Walking Dead spinoff. Story

> Jeremy Renner defended his Avengers "Hawkeye" character through the power of music. Video

> India's telecom carriers want VoIP calling services like Skype and WhatsApp to have a licensing regime. Story

> Maker Studios signed stylist and fashion designer Rachel Zoe to its roster of MCN stars. Story

> Online video games can be used to transmit other data past strict censors like those imposed by China. Story

And finally… What we've all been waiting for: what happens when you put Apple Watch into a blender. Story

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