Who wouldn’t love to get paid for doing what they love, especially if it’s playing video games? Well, somebody has apparently been making a lot of money from playing games, a job many of us would love to have.
Attempts by Big Content to accuse YouTube of piracy have crashed into the iceberg which is the US legal system.
The Russian government has started enforcing a new law that gives it the power to block internet content deemed illegal or harmful to children.
A new web series dubbed Project S.E.R.A.has surfaced. The production is of exceptionally hight quality, and I can even see this project adopted by a network like SyFy in the future.
YouTube is reportedly planning to start selling subscriptions to some channels this year, and is in talks with video producers about the idea.
Google has launched its new Captured app for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, with support for Android expected at some point in the near future.
Following blocks on YouTube earlier this year, Iran has launched its own video sharing alternative offering only 'appropriate' content.
Mountain View has rolled out iOS updates for two major Google platforms: YouTube and Gmail.
YouTube update turns Android tablets and smartphones into Google TV remotes.
YouTube has beefed up its Analytics function, saying the extra information whould help people make more popular videos.
Iran has lifted its block on Google services, imposed last week, but says it's planning extra censorship of YouTube.
The president of Google Brazil has been arrested over a YouTube video that criticizes a mayoral candidate, breaking local electoral law.
Twitter users are receiving direct messages, purportedly from friends, alerting them to Facebook videos in which they are said to feature.
YouTube is extending its block on the trailer for the anti-Islam film The Innocence of Muslims to more countries, as international outrage increases.
The creator of this awesome fan-made Star Wars movie needs a job in the industry - and Hollywood could definitely use talent like this to raise the genre bar.
A Google spokesperson has confirmed that a controversial video clip about the Islamic prophet Muhammad will remain on YouTube - despite a White House request for Mountain View to "review" the clip.
A month after Apple scrapped the YouTube app that had come pre-installed since 2007, it's back - bigger, better, and coming courtesy of Google itself.
When it comes to watching videos online, most people head to Google's YouTube.
Downloading a PC game is no longer going to be just about finding a title and clicking the "Purchase" button.