Prescreening content uploaded to YouTube for copyright violations is impossible, Google argues constantly. However, it requires its AdSense partners to do just that.
Quicksee is the latest company to cut a deal with Google, finalizing plans to join Google's Geo team with its combination of video and mapping software.
The State Bureau of Surveying and Mapping is poised to start issuing licenses to Internet map providers, and maps will have to be hosted on servers based in China.
User-generated video is great, but there aren't any opportunities for making money, which makes it useless to video services. Find out why in Don Reisinger's latest video.
A 15-year-old from Nebraska produces the most popular series on YouTube and is in discussions about a possible movie deal. Is this user-gen's version of a Hollywood player?
User-generated content has been a big hit on YouTube, but advertising on the site hasn't fared so well. Could user-generated commercials work?
On Friday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET reporters Kara Tsuboi and Elinor Mills discuss Knol, Google's new competitor to Wikipedia.
Microsoft will give game creators a piece of the profit if their games sell.
Key sections of online community Reddit, including one of the site's most popular drawcards 'Ask Me Anything,' are being pulled from public view in protest of the alleged firing of one the website's key administrators.
Company decides to ditch consumer-generated video and will only use the site to host the professional videos that it collaborates on with businesses.