I really want the Japanese Kuratas robot to be real. After all, one of my favorite video games of all time is Mech Warriors of yore.
YouTube's opening a new 'creator space' in London offering professional help to budding film-makers.
Move over LOL cats. Viewers are increasingly finding a new, less-frivolous use for YouTube - as a news source in times of emergencies and natural disasters.
Google is threatening to sue a major site that allows users to rip YouTube videos and record them as MP3 files.
A new teaser trailer for The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing has gone live on YouTube.
Many Internet users are big fans of pranks and memes. I've certainly RickRolled more than a few people in my day, just for grins, and I bet many of you have too.
We see so much Lego animation on YouTube, it seemed inevitable that Lego itself would make an animated film, and apparently that is exactly what the company is doing.
Another thing that used to be free can now start charging money.
Apparently someone over at the Youtube offices in California thought that it would make a lot of sense if Web browsers needed to put on a pair of 3D glasses before watching the latest viral videos.
You'll soon be able to watch hundreds of new movies from Youtube, but they won't be free.
In the smoke-filled 90's, when grunge took over the musical landscape, a lot of bands had to go to great lengths to hide early pictures of themselves with big hair and make-up.
Is this a picture of a Death Star-type UFO refueling on the surface of the sun? Well, no.
All it takes is a few quick searches on Youtube to realize that one of its biggest content supporters is Disney.
Google researchers have developed an algorithm that ranks the funniest YouTube videos.
Google teased a "big announcement" for its television-based operating system yesterday, but it turns out it's just a Youtube app update.
Sometimes I wonder how life was possible without YouTube. I’ve spent many, many hours glued to the site since I first became aware of the platform, and it was like a domino effect.
It seems Youtube still hasn't reached its saturation point yet.
Averaging millions upon millions of views per month, Rebecca Black's infamous "Friday" music video was the most-watched Youtube sensation of the year.
The Iowa Republican Party is bolstering the security of electronic systems that will be used to count some of the first caucus votes of the heated 2012 presidential campaign.
There is perhaps no better metric for determining the hottest trends of the year than by looking at Google search data.