Things aren’t looking so bright in “new Hollywood.”
The social news site’s front page is now slightly more sanitary and friendlier to mainstream browsers—by design.
The CEO of the Internet’s first meme empire dishes on his mobile strategy and how “incredibly thought out” his recent layoffs were.
No, people, the PRISM leaker is not tweeting. @eJosephSnowden is the work of an Internet satirist with apparent ties to Anonymous.
Nintendo scores a trifecta by coming across as out-of-touch, dismissive of its fans and a copyright bully to boot. Oh, and it will likely lose money as a result. A win all around!
New social networks pop up all the time. But we actually need one that connects us to the places we live.
Walmart deserves some props for even considering something as wacky as letting its own customers deliver packages, but there are too many problems with their package delivery idea to be taken seriously.
Yahoo in talks to purchase DailyMotion proves Mayer has a solid plan for Yahoo, and it’s not crazy at all.
Anita Sarkeesian should disclose how she used the $160,000 she raised on Kickstarter — not so much to appease her harassers as to help others pursuing careers on YouTube.
YouTube is not trying to replace TV. That would be ridiculous.
A user is claiming that YouTube hired him to bot videos for VEVO music channels. Even if those allegations are off the mark, evidence of botting for VEVO videos is rampant, and now YouTube is cleaning up artificially inflated view counts.
Vice president Joe Biden, along with Guy Kawasaki and Philip DeFranco, will discuss reducing gun violence via Google Hangout on Thursday, January 24.
There are plenty of mobile apps and live-stream destinations to let you watch the 57th Presidential Inauguration online.
Rumors are flying that Google is about to invest in another company that supplies YouTube with content.
YouTubers do a lot of things well, including selling out shows at prestigious venue halls. They don’t really care if mainstream media or cool Internet people don’t “get” their act, as they are living comfortably with their middleman-less monies.
The secret to Smosh’s ongoing success on YouTube? Make content for viewers under 18.
Hundreds gathered in Highland Park, Ill., on Tuesday to mourn Internet activist and computer genius Aaron Swartz.
What do you do when your teenage daughter is addicted to video games and Internet porn?
The hoax hashtag #cutforbieber trended globally yesterday, thanks to pranksters and insensitive teens.
Stop complaining about Google+ integration; we’ve known this day would come since November 2011.