Experts say they may have found a way to turn ISIS's hubris against them. According to a new report from Defense One, traffic spikes on YouTube videos may be able to help predict the extremist group's next attacks.
Major labels are set to renegotiate contracts with YouTube this year, and many important industry voices hope they get a better deal. But RIAA head Frances Moore says the streaming juggernaut isn't playing fair in the negotiation process.
Prince recently took to Twitter to express his dislike of YouTube's licensing payments. Before deleting the tweets, Prince indicated poor payments are the reason he holds back content on the popular video streaming site.
Late last week, a developer of the video game That Dragon, Cancer spoke up about his concerns with Let's Play videos and their impact on creators of "short, relatively linear" gaming experiences. But is he right?
Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson's campaign to become mayor of Baltimore has received thousands of dollars in donations from executives from major tech and Internet companies such as Netflix, Twitter, and YouTube.
Noted is a new music discovery platform that claims to be the first of these services to be truly smart, combining social discovery and algorithm-based discovery with a little of what it calls its "secret sauce" in order to learn users'…
YouTube, it seems, wants to get into the mobile live-streaming game. Reports suggest the business is building an app along the lines of Periscope and Facebook Live that'd let users quickly and easily launch a live broadcast.
A new system called Face2Face lets you dub the face of the speaker in any captured video to make it look like the person is saying whatever you want. The technology is in its early stages, but it already produces convincing video…