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Thanks to the popularity of online media sites like YouTube, mainstream entertainment soon may look more like that kid clowning around in front of a laptop camera.
Ion's Twin Video camcorder lets you capture front and rear video feeds with the touch of a button. The company says it's great for "interviews, vlogs, and creating videos for YouTube."
Google is here to lull you into an non-productive stupor by sneaking a hidden game of mobile classic Snake into YouTube
The size of singer's celebrity is illuminated in its impact on the Web. Download and CD sales skyrocket, scores of fans watch YouTube videos, and news sites are overwhelmed.
blog Is producing video blogs for the chemical giant and ABCNews.com a conflict of interest?
Don Reisinger is having trouble communicating, thanks to Web slang. He examines how it happened and how it is affecting his life.
Video search site launches a news video search feature, which tracks the content of news sources ranging from The Wall Street Journal to TMZ.
Anthony Lappe and Dan Goldman's Shooting War is a graphic novel set in the year 2011; John McCain is president and the US is still in a quagmire in Iraq. Is the book a prophecy of years to come? Or merely an interesting look at how Iraq could play out?
David Sifry from Technorati joins this week's CNET Live.