Hackers reportedly linked to the Islamic State took control of YouTube and Twitter accounts of the U.S. military’s Central Command on Monday.
Google released several tech-themed pranks to celebrate April’s Food Day.
YouTube has finally announced the winners of the Eighth Annual DoGooder Video Awards.
YouTube is rumored to launch a premium on-demand music service, created for a mobile users.
David Bowie’s latest video, which stars Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, was temporarily pulled from YouTube over its graphic content.
If the Internet were a real life party with human versions of websites, that party would be pretty weird.
2012 has been a crazy year for social media! Facebook Inc. went public, Pinterest was named the Best New Startup, Facebook bought Instagram, and PSY’s Gangnam Style became the most viewed YouTube video in history with more than one billion views so far!
Some Chinese Internet users have this week been able to access blocked websites such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, relishing the newfound freedom although the reason for the breach in China’s Great Firewall of censorship was a mystery.
Democrats and Republicans joined together at a House Judiciary Committee to voice for support for legislation that would criminalize much of the activity that surfing the Internet (the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect-IP Act).
YouTube, Google’s online video website, is negotiating with Hollywood and music producers for material to offer on a line-up of new channels.
CMO.com teamed up with SEO firm 97th Floor to create this interesting infographic, showing which social networks are best for various organizational, CRM and marketing goals.
From Google to Facebook, from Yahoo! to The New York Times – check how today’s biggest websites looked back in the early days of their existence.
Here’s an awesome girl from Korea, named Applegirl002 over on YouTube and she has performed very accurate covers of Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” and Beyoncé’s “Irreplaceable” with a quartet of iPhones as accompaniment.