YouTube has teased its upcoming app aimed squarely at virtual reality. YouTube VR, which is set to launch in the fall alongside Google's Daydream VR platform, will offer a bunch of new features and easy access to its growing library of…
Android users have had access to VR mode on YouTube for a while now, but iOS users have been left out -- until now, that is. Google has finally updated the YouTube iOS app to offer VR mode, for use with Google Cardboard.
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The NBA and multi-platform network BroadbandTV have partnered to launch NBA Playmakers, an online video network that gives passionate basketball fans and content creators perks in exchange for videos on all things basketball.
Four YouTube pranksters were jailed on Monday after staging "terrifying" heists at two London art galleries. A court was told how the actions of the group had "terrified" members of the public trying to flee the fake raids.
Messaging is finally coming to YouTube. Google's video platform has announced that an in-app chat function is currently being tested on a small group of mobile users, who can invite others to join by adding them to conversation threads.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is taking his social media game up a notch as he readies his very own YouTube channel, set to launch this summer. The new channel will include vlogs from Johnson, alongside collaborations with other YouTube stars.
Twitter says social media stars on Vine, Instagram, YouTube, and its own platform can influence your purchasing habits as much as your own friends. The claims come in the wake of a study into the clout wielded by social media creators.
Just a day after Hulu confirmed that it is working on a live TV service to complement its current offerings, YouTube is said to be offering its own internet TV service, simply called YouTube Unplugged.
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.