Google's already rolled out a kid-friendly version of YouTube, and is known to be interested in launching other child-oriented editions of its most popular Web tools. According to a recent job posting on its site, it looks like Maps could be next.
YouTube has announced it's doing away with the infamous "301 view" threshold on popular videos. It'll move to a more accurate system -- a system better at distinguishing legitimate views from illegitimate ones -- soon.
In 90 seconds of truly riveting footage on YouTube, Tyler Crompton allows viewers to live the life of a laser-pointer-chasing feline by strapping a GoPro camera to the head of his cat.
Major label execs may be forced to remove their tunes from YouTube unless the site makes a change, according to a NY Post report. Execs told the Post that YouTube is one of the industry's worst partners: it pays creators little, lacks transparency.
Google announced that it will separate Google+ from YouTube, so users can upload videos and comment without the need for a Google+ account. However, if you have a YouTube channel, it would be a huge mistake to delete your Google+ account right now.
With virtual reality grabbing all the headlines lately, and YouTube recently rolling out support for 360-degree videos, it was only a matter of time before the Google-owned company found a way of introducing the technology to advertisers.
The Associated Press has teamed up with Movietone to offer 550,000 videos over 100 years of archival news clips on YouTube, allowing users to search for everything from footage of the Pearl Harbor bombing to the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Everyone watches video on their phones. but for some, it's annoying to have to turn their phones to the side to watch full-width videos. Vervid, a new site, wants to do for vertical video what Vine did for square vids.
Aimed at fed-up millennials, the campaign uses the hashtag #TakeBackTV and mocks the established broadcast model across, TV, social and digital platforms with three satirical spots
It has more competition than ever, but YouTube is fighting hard to keep its position as the world's No. 1 video destination, according to figures released in Google's earnings call.
Both mobile gaming and game streaming are exploding in popularity, so why not combine both? A new app from Sony lets users of its Xperia devices stream games directly from their phones to Twitch or YouTube.
Ever tried to make some money on YouTube? PewDiePie gave it a go, and now he's raking in millions of dollars annually. The YouTube star, who's scored nearly 10 billion views in five years, has made a living out of recordings of himself playing video games.