YouTube has simplified the typically complex process of video editing with the introduction of an easy-to-use Cloud-based tool.
Fancy seeing your work in the Guggenheim? The New York museum is calling for budding video artists to send in their work via YouTube, promising to showcase it worldwide.
A fourteen-year-old has been arrested in Japan for allegedly leaking manga titles onto YouTube before their release.
The studios and the organizations that represent them don't care much for products that rip DVDs.
Steve Jobs can't innovate everything. Okay, maybe he can, but that would make him a deity. Only Oprah has that kind of power.
Everybody Draw Muhammad Day. Pakistan bans YouTube and Facebook. Reviews of Four Lions. Death to us!
An intrepid team of hackers has deployed openAOS dualboot to run Nokia's Maemo on the Android-based Archos 5 Internet Tablet and Internet Media Tablet (IMT).
Steve Jobs has penned a rather extensive open letter explaining why Apple does not support Flash on its mobile handheld devices.
Verizon Fios has added new functionality to its first-in-class Media Manager functionality, and has expanded its reach from DVR customers only to all Fios subscribers.
Seemingly not satisfied with its top spot in the free streaming video market, Youtube is beginning to experiment with pay-per-view streaming movie rentals, offering full-length motion pictures starting at $1.99.
The company that produced Downfall, the movie that led to the legendary "Hitler finds out..." Internet meme, has explained why after all these years it finally pulled down the successful YouTube parody videos.
I flew down to Hollywood last Tuesday to attend the Marvell AVANTA launch.
One of the only joys left in copyright infringment is raus. No more Hitler parody videos on YouTube. They were funny. Hitler was not.
Cisco has introduced its Flip Slide HD video camera. The $280 device stores up to four hours of high-def digital video and up to 12 hours of content.
Google has acquired online video hosting platform Episodic, the latest move in its YouTube-related buying spree.
It's social media makeover week! Just a couple days ago, Twitter totally revamped its home page and now YouTube has completely rebuilt the design of its landing site and video playback interface.
It sounds a bit like somebody's idea of a joke: over the last week, according to reports, some western visitors to sites including YouTube, Twitter and Facebook have been redirected to Chinese servers - and thus blocked from accessing them.
Wikipedia and YouTube have both experienced outages over the last twenty-four hours.
Dell and AT&T have teamed up to manufacture and market yet another Android-based smartphone in an already crowded marketplace.
If the latest Comscore report is any indication, the average Internet user who watches online video will soon view over 200 videos a month, or more than 6 each and every day. Nearly half of those come from YouTube.