Google just revealed for the first time how many ‘National Security Letters’ (NSLs) they are getting from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These NSL requests are now part of Google’s Transparency Report, which is publicly available online.
YouTube has reportedly contacted a "small group" of channels to apply to be among the first paid channels. There are also rumors that YouTube might charge for live events like concerts and access to older episodes. This has been a long-awaited feature of YouTube and is expected to become a major revenue stream.
A recent court battle in Germany over the legality of Facebook's real name policy has temporarily halted. Facebook argued that they do not observe German privacy laws because their E.U. headquarters are in Ireland—the court agreed, at least for now.
YouTube Space studios are expanding to include a new facility in Tokyo, Japan. Currently YouTube has studios in London, England and Los Angeles, CA to help serve the needs of video makers, and all free of charge.
The "second screen" is the hottest one of the buzzwords in tech these days. Many app developers are looking for ways to change the way you consume entertainment on your television and secondary device. Currently AirPlay; an Apple specific protocol, and DLNA are the main ways to use your mobile device, such as a tablet or
Just recently, Google stripped Universal, Sony and other music labels of some 2 billion faked views from their respective YouTube channels. There has not been any word from the music labels in regards to the bust.
A hacker by the name of Christopher Chaney stole hundreds of private photos of Hollywood female celebrities, and will be spending the next 10 years of his life behind bars for his crime. Chaney was taken down in an FBI sting nick-named, "Operation Hackerazzi".
YouTube has undergone a major overhaul. The interface has been redesigned, for all platforms, with focus on a pretty important thing: watching videos
A controversial new Russian law went into effect today that bans or blacklists any website the government sees as objectionable. The Russian Telecommunications, Information Technology and Mass Communications agency will be managing the censorship.
Canon is known for their outstanding cameras that come in all manner of styles and user needs, but the new PowerShot S110 with its 12.1 megapixel capability is one outstanding buy. Priced around 450 U.S. dollars, the PowerShot S110 has an image stabilized zoom with a 5X wide-angel optical lens. This little camera produces some
Episode Two: Artifact of Halo 4's Spartan Ops multiplayer mode is coming to Xbox LIVE later today. Jump in for the trailer to get a brief glimpse at what's included with the new episode.
James Rolfe a.k.a. the Angry Video Game Nerd has released the first official AVGN: The Movie trailer, allowing fans to get a two and a half minute glimpse of the hilarity that ensues when the Nerd gets pressured into reviewing the worst game of all time: E.T. for the Atari 2600.
The cinematic trailer has just been released by Marvel Studios for Iron Man 3, the highly anticipated sequel to Marvel's superhero blockbusters.
Google has refused to remove a controversial YouTube video depicting the Prophet Mohammad in a negative light, despite calls from the White House to take down the clip.
Apple has announced that it will be dropping Google's YouTube app from the next version of its iOS software, which runs on iPhone and iPad devices, marking the latest act in a bitter dispute over smartphone and tablet market dominance.
Over one million people have signed a petition asking Google to allow third-party recording of YouTube videos for private use.
Google has revealed that it removed 640 videos from YouTube that allegedly promoted terrorism after receiving a request from the UK's Association of Police Officers, but it refused to give in to censorship demands by a number of the world's governments.
Google has launched the World Wonders Project, which lets people from around the world get a panoramic view of some of the world's most iconic historical locations.
YouTube's built-in video editor has just been updated with a couple new features that many uploaders can benefit from in submitting a better presented video. A common issue can be seen with YouTube videos uploaded daily where the camera wasn't held still enough to do away with the general shakiness (unless they've gone to the
Love hanging out on YouTube regularly to stay up to speed with the gaming side of things? There is of course the likes of IGN and G4 with frequent updates to their channels, but there's some really good stuff hiding in between which most people probably aren't even aware of.