Amazon has placed 10 pilot episodes of its original series -- five for adults, five for children -- on it's YouTube channel, and will post them to Facebook video soon in an effort to boost subscribers.
Viral video maker Scott Winn put his Red Epic aside to shoot his latest production entirely on Canon's midrange EOS 80D DSLR. The result is impressive, and proves it's more about the person behind the camera than the camera…
For the YouTuber on a budget, old bath towels can improve the recording acoustics of a room by absorbing sound and reducing reverb. And if you follow the steps in this video, they won't look like garbage when hung on your walls.
Casio's EX-FR200 could find a niche in the outdoor adventure market. It uses a unique, modular camera body that controls two separate lens/sensor units. It is also waterproof, freeze-proof, and impact resistant.
Popular YouTuber The Backyard Scientist has pitted a homemade freeze gun against a flamethrower. The winner? All of us. Even if we're still not entirely sure what we're meant to have learned from the experiment.
Wish the kids didn't have to watch those pesky ads? Or that they could download videos for offline viewing? Well, you're in luck -- YouTube Kids now integrates with YouTube Kids, meaning that kids can browse YouTube ad-free just like you.
Facebook and Twitter are implementing lucrative revenue sharing models in order to attract YouTube stars with the promise of advertising money. The strategies will include adverts being inserted into longer videos on Facebook.
Google is introducing a slew of features across its various properties in preparation for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Among the highlights are YouTube live-streams for selected events and a new Street View collection.
Ever wondered what it's like to fire up a 20,000 watt lightbulb in your house? This crazy guy does exactly that, and although the results are, ahem, "illuminating." We really don't envy his next electricity bill though.