'Premium' is subjective for YouTube's big networks
(AP)—Machinima, the sprawling digital gaming network, could hang a McDonald's-like sign outside its Los Angeles headquarters: More than 37.4 billion videos served.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt to visit Myanmar
Google chairman Eric Schmidt will visit Myanmar next week, highlighting increasing Internet freedom in the former pariah state just weeks after a controversial trip to communist North Korea.
Streaming video's rise draws marketers' attention
YouTube, the upstart repository of cover songs, makeup tips and cat videos, is starting to give television a run for its money.
Authors oppose Amazon control of .book websites
Groups representing US authors and publishers called Monday on the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers to deny online retailer Amazon exclusive rights to websites ending with .book, .author, ...
Simon Cowell launches online talent contest
(AP)—Simon Cowell has taken over television screens and radio airwaves around the world. Now he's taking aim at the Internet.
Cyberbullying extends to workplace, bedroom
Cyberbullying is no longer restricted to children. Adults routinely use content from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social-media services to intimidate and harass subordinates and rivals at work.
Europe to move against Google over privacy rules
European data protection agencies intend to take action against the US Internet giant Google after it failed to follow their orders to comply with EU privacy laws, a French agency said on Monday.
Egypt telecoms authority says can't block YouTube
(AP)—An Egyptian rights group and the nation's telecommunication's ministry have filed appeals to reverse a court order to block YouTube.
'Sesame Street' nears 1 billion views on YouTube
(AP)—Nearing 1 billion views on YouTube, "Sesame Street" is headed for Justin Bieber territory.
Egypt court orders YouTube blocked for a month
A Cairo court on Saturday ordered the government to block access to the video-sharing website YouTube for 30 days for carrying an anti-Islam film that caused deadly riots across the world.
Raspberry Pi user shows home-automation feats using iPhone
Math conundrums explained
How does the Google search ranking system work? Can mathematics explain the Bill Murray movie Groundhog Day? A new web series of 'The Algebra of Everything' will explore these questions and more.
Social media stirs Super Bowl ad buzz
This Sunday, nearly 180 million Americans will settle in front of TV sets with beer and chicken wings and, over four hours, watch commercials interrupted by an American football game.
YouTube confirms eyeing subscription 'channels'
YouTube confirmed on Wednesday that its evolution as an Internet stage for video may include subscriptions to content that creators believe people will pay to see.