David Lynch announced that he would not be directing the next Twin Peaks revival on Twitter. However, the cast of the series petitioned that he will change his decision.
YouTube, a popular video-sharing site, is taking a major step forward as it prepares to host 4K videos at 60 frames per second. Recently the site added support for 360-degree videos.
A new poll shows a large number of parents share experiences and details about their children on social media.
50 Cent will be on trial starting May this year for posting a sex video of Lastonia Leviston way back in 2009. Sources said that the rapper did the act to seek revenge from Rick Ross.
YouTube might be launching a monthly subscription video service for its best original content very soon, according to reports.
The official soundtrack of the short film Frozen Fever is released this week, days before the showing of the Disney craze.
A viral video entitled 'Love Has No Labels' got millions from Youtube. The video which features of X-ray of skeleton images that are kissing, dancing and other actions.
YouTube now uses HTML5
The NFL and YouTube announced their partnership to deliver more content to fans throughout the world.
Social media accounts affiliated with the United States Central Command, which oversees US military operations around the globe, were hacked by individuals sympathetic to the Islamic State.
YouTube has quietly released an animated GIF-making tool that let's you create looping clips. Simply provide the start time and end time and voila, looping clip is ready. To make it more like 'meme' you can also add top and bottom text.
If someone is serious about Apple TV more than Apple itself, it's YouTube. The world's biggest video service has refreshed its app for Apple' TV streaming box. The update includes a refreshed user interface and ad support for videos.
Kim Kardashian may have tried to break the Internet, but it turns out Psy actually did it. Psy's "Gangnam Style" has been viewed so many times on YouTube, even the service itself could not keep up for a while.
Google is rolling kid-friendly versions of its popular products such as search, YouTube and Chrome, according to a report by USA Today. The design of these products will be aimed at 12-and-under crowd.
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