Microsoft has updated its YouTube app for the Windows Phone platform.
An advertisement for Dove has been seen 114 million times, making it the most successful internet video ad of all time.
Windows Phone's YouTube app is still available despite complaints by Google.
Nintendo will be adding advertisements to user created Youtube videos and collect the profits from them.
Spotify and Pandora could see competition from a mighty search engine: Google.
It didn't take long for Charles Ramsey, the American hero that freed Amanda Berry from her kidnapper, to reach Internet stardom.
YouTube plans to unveil paid subscriptions, perhaps as early as this week, in a move that could position the streaming video giant in direct competition with Netflix.
While the sixth generation Pokémon games still six months away, one fan’s creative videos have taken the spotlight.
Google has begun a service that allows users to declare what happens to their account data if the accounts reamin inactive for a set period of time.
A meteor was seen by many all over the east coast last night, and some captured the event with social media.
As Psy readies his next single, retailers are paying close attention to what he wears, hoping his wardrobe choice for his next hit will spark a global trend.
If you're looking for good laughs mixed with experimental comedy on demand, then YouTube's new comedy channel JASH may be just what you're seeking. The channel features web videos from comics Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim Heidecker, Reggie Watts and Eric Wareheim
YouTube's most celebrated performer could make history all over again. In 2012, Psy first posted the music video to his song "Gangnam Style." The video became an instant hit and received worldwide recognition. On December 21, 2012, it became the first YouTube video to reach one billion views and currently has over 1.4 billion. The superstar has now announced the release of his follow-up single for April 13.
The latest dance craze from Harlem has hit South Beach.
American broadcast journalism hit another low this week after highly publicizing a YouTube video without checking its authenticity, and now its creator admitted the ridiculous video was staged.