Google is now looking to compete in the premium video rental market.
Ever since Google acquired Youtube, users have questioned the point of its previous video service, Google Video.
As if people weren't spending enough time on Youtube as it is...
Google's reported to be planning major changes to YouTube to help it compete with broadcast and cable television services.
Google's hoping to improve the picture quality of videos uploaded to YouTube, with the acquisition of Irish digital video company Green Parrot Pictures.
YouTube's hoping to improve the quality of its content with the acquisition of web video production startup Next New Networks. The idea is to help budding film-makers up their game.
A Canadian psychologist is warning of an alarming trend for troubled teens to post self-harm videos on YouTube.
LG Electronics has announced a deal with YouTube to allow users of its new Optimus 3D smartphone to capture and upload 3D videos to YouTube instantly.
Motorola's brazen response to the question of why it doesn't allow users to root its phones caught many off guard, and now the company has officially come out to apologize.
It wasn't that long ago that the vast majority of people didn't access the Internet at all with their cell phones. Now, you have statistics like this.
The anonymous airline pilot who was punished by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for posting videos on YouTube pointing out what he believes are serious flaws in airport security is back in the news.
We’re so used to seeing search results presented in lists of words or pictures.
But what if there’s a better way to search and find what you’re looking for?
It seems everyone these days is trying to get consumers to watch web content on their TVs. Digital video outfit DivX - a division of Sonic Solutions - is no exception.
There's a new app for Android that may not seem like a big deal but could be the launching pad for more interesting things to come that will link Google's mobile platform with its TV platform.
Yes, the awesome Froyo may rule our smartphones for now. But Android Gingerbread seems like it is shaping up to be a tricked-out, must-have mobile OS.
A Toronto police officer is suing YouTube for hosting video of him abusing a G20 protester for blowing bubbles.
Delaware Republican Senate hopeful Christine O'Donnell is running a FUD-based YouTube campaign against Democratic rival Chris Coons.
A high school algebra teacher who suffered a violent nervous breakdown in a Nashville classroom has become a YouTube star nearly overnight.
Hulu, the second most popular online video destination (trailing only Youtube), is apparently evaluating its options to go public on the stock market, a move that is raising a lot of questions.
No, this hot video isn't about a bikini-clad stripper coming over to fix the cable. But it still is causing quite a stir on YouTube.