One NFL star buys several people a PS4 while one Youtube star shoots one with a 50 caliber rifle.
Perhaps streaming services are actually making inroads in creating a world where most people don't steal their media content, but rather stream it from legitimate sources. That's the takeaway from the latest Global Internet Phenomena Report from internet traffic tracker Sandvine.
Google has been slowly insinuating itself into the way YouTube works ever since it acquired the world's most popular video streaming site. But the latest change has angered YouTube users, and has led to a catchy (NSFW language) protest song that's begun to go viral.
Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Crackle are available at launch, but Youtube and Twitch are not listed as launch apps.
Although it's typical to see a child sulk after bringing home a bad report card, one boy moved his father to tears after showing him that he finally passed his math class.
What began as an innocent play date between a friendly little pup and an adorable baby in a bubble bath has taken a turn for the worst.
The show "Horror & Roll" will be filmed during the "Mórbido" horror festival, in which Mexican filmmakers and artists like Alejandra Guzmán, Babasónicos and Café Tacvba participate, reported El Universal on its website.
Microsoft released a video detailing the making of the second-generation Surface tablet.
A couple was captured on video at the time they were irresponsibly making love while driving their truck on a highway in Chicago.
The Game DVR will capture footage for users to share with friends, but initially they will have to settle for sharing just on Xbox Live.
YouTube, which has always required people to stream videos while connected to the Internet, is finally going to let some videos queue up for offline, mobile viewing.
A new video has launched for Apple's next smartphone, the iPhone 5S, except it's not real.
It's almost unbelievable how Youtube videos could transform a common user into a superstar. From posting pranks to video series on the website, it has made video geeks into household names.
The Microsoft and Google battle over YouTube continues for Windows Phone users.
Less than 24 hours after Latinos Post reported on the launch of the new YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 users, complaints surfaced on the service's connection.