Social Cues: Also trending on Twitter and Facebook are Transformers and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Because, of course, it was. Also topping lists of most popular stuff on Google's online entertainment marketplace: "Game of Thrones" and "Deadpool."
Technically Incorrect: During a concert in London, the great singer laments the state of social media.
We also talk about virtual reality (again) and why Justin Bieber deleted his Instagram account.
Pop star Meghan Trainor takes down a video for her latest single after concerned fans noted her waist appeared to be digitally altered to appear smaller than it really is.
The Internet gives Sony Pictures a big thumbs-down, with the trailer garnering almost half a million votes. But, YouTube users appear to be even more averse to Justin Bieber videos.
The ephemeral-photo app is quickly becoming a place where video is made.
The world's largest video site has romantic roots, says co-founder Steve Chen. Guess what day the YouTube domain name was registered?
There's reason to believe Snapchat is building smart glasses. That could mean a lot more snaps from a whole new perspective.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating whether the lithium-ion batteries in the self-balancing boards are causing them to catch fire.
"Furious 7" and late-night celebrity antics also sparked some of the most popular videos of the year.
Marty McFly made them cool and Justin Bieber has even ridden one, but a politician in Australia has played the "Christmas Grinch" warning against buying hoverboards, which are banned on local roads.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.