The India-first YouTube Go app brings video-streaming within reach for data-free sharing of cat videos with your nearby friends.
An estimated 84 million people watched the presidential debate on television, says Nielsen. Millions more joined the fray online.
Technically Incorrect: After the Republican nominee appears to sniff his way through Monday's debate, a YouTuber dramatizes his nasal sound effects.
The three join other music labels in seeking massive damages from a site that lets its users download songs they hear on YouTube.
From CNET Magazine: The violinist, dancer and composer is blurring the line between internet and mainstream fame, one video at a time.
New global program aims to amplify the voices of people using video to make a positive social impact.
YouTube unveils a new program that awards users for moderating offensive content and comments.
Technically Incorrect: In Connecticut, police confiscate a protester's camera, not realizing it was recording. Now, there's a lawsuit.
This video compilation of toys, clocks, syringes, phones, CDs and other items melting over an open flame feels oddly satisfying to view through a video camera's macro lens.
Watch the next generation play vintage video games Asteroids and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial with mixed results in this latest "Kids React" video.
This video compilation of preproduction tests shows how exciting a desert demolition derby looks like even without help from CGI enhancements.
YouTuber Hevesh5 spent 25 hours setting up a colorful spiral using thousands of dominoes. Then they topple spectacularly.
A pill for love?
CNET's tech-oriented short fiction explores a world where love comes in a capsule.