Google I/O is on our minds this week as we patch Nick in from Google's grandest show of the year. Conspiracy Dan, the Gravity Light, and a Pizza Projector Box also make the rounds in this week's show.
Kung Fury is a cop who is also a kung fu master on a mission to kill Adolph Hitler in the full, Kickstarter-funded movie from writer/director/star David Sandberg, now available to watch free online.
Google is launching shoppable ads on the YouTube ad platform, enabling potential consumers to access products they see advertised right from the video. It's called TrueView shopping and is aimed at driving higher ad retention and sales.
Child advocate groups highlight inappropriate content on the YouTube Kids app, including an expletive-laced Scorcese scene featuring Bert and Ernie. While reps from Google cite the app’s video review system as a safeguard, these groups want the FTC involved…
Ever wondered what it would be like to date the personification of your favorite social network? Turns out if that's Google+, it may go pretty badly. But then, in this funny video, it doesn't look like any of the others would be much better.
KitKat break, anyone? Nestlé and Google are teaming up to commemorate the joining anniversary of YouTube and KitKat with a special promotion ... in the UK and Ireland, that is.
YouTube's biggest stars are linking up with the Muppets in new collaboration in an effort to connect with younger audiences. Famous YouTubers like Lindsey Sterling and Vsauce3's Jake Roper will appear alongside well-known Muppets.
The Web can be a scary place when it comes to finding methods for downloading YouTube videos. Check out our how-to guide to help make downloading YouTube videos a snap so you can watch them whenever and wherever, free of an Internet connection.
In the wake of Comcast's unsuccessful bid to acquire its biggest competitor, Time Warner Cable, a new report claims the service may be looking to create it's own short-form video streaming site to compete with YouTube.
YouTube is celebrating its 10-year anniversary by, well, sharing videos. Throughout the month of May the site will be looking back at some of its best content, with each day of the 26-day celebration dedicated to one letter of the alphabet.
YouTube is trying to turn its most popular personalities into movie stars. They've reached an agreement with AwesomenessTV that will see them release films starring popular groups like The Fine Brother and Smosh.
If you’ve been thinking about buying a new streaming box but haven’t found a good enough reason, you might have just found one, depending on your TV's age. Soon the YouTube app will stop working on certain devices made in 2012 or earlier.
This website makes it quite easy to turn any YouTube video into a GIF for your viewing and sharing pleasure. We'll show you how to pull it off in a handful of easy steps.
YouTube is now live-streaming sets from this weekend's Coachella shindig in Indio, California. Music fans around the world can catch big-name bands across three live channels for free – not bad for an event that costs $375 a ticket.