YouTube Kids has had a rough ride since launching in February. Following earlier complaints about the app's failure to filter out videos with sexual content, colorful expletives, and ads for alcohol, it's now accused of showing promo videos…
To defend the legitimate reuse of copyrighted material, Google plans to raise the cost to content owners of filing baseless copyright infringement claims by defending uploaders of videos to YouTube against what it feels are baseless…
YouTube will defend select video creators from DMCA abuse with a new $1 million legal protection fund. This follows growing DMCA takedowns by unregistered groups, which hurt a YouTube channel's revenue.
YouTube Kids' first nine months hasn't exactly been plain sailing, but having made improvements to filters and addressed the concerns of consumer groups, it evidently feels the app is now ready to entertain kids outside of the U.S.
Of all the crazy garage-built weapons I've ever come across, this one from YouTuber/tinkerer Alex Smyth is definitely one of the craziest. It's a rail gun that shoots rounds filled with ionized plasma.
From 360-degree videos to virtual reality, YouTube creators can now go wild in uploading virtual reality videos to YouTube. Users can view the videos normally, or though their Google Cardboard headsets.
A scripted comedy series is next on the docket for Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox, the duo behind the popular Smosh YouTube Account. The streaming service has tapped them to star in a YouTube original called Part Timers.