At media companies, 2018 might be remembered as the year that someone finally got data sharing right. To be sure, there were some missteps. Facebook’s series of data scandals cost the social network around a quarter of its value. But Twitter, Google, Reddit, Snapchat, and even Facebook each tweaked their privacy policies to better balance […]
Online media companies are chasing their tails when it comes to policing terrorist material, and other dangerous and offensive content. But there is artificial intelligence-based technology out there that can spot it before it goes live, says David Fulton, CEO of WeSee. Leading figures in both government and academia have been focused on a common […]
Google is launching a new video standard for YouTube creators that want to shoot VR content. The new standard, VR180, records 180-degree videos, reducing the amount of specialized software and hardware needed to shoot in virtual reality. Not all VR content needs to have 360-degree viewing, especially if the content is designed to be viewed […]
Can YouTube finally find a profit?
How VR will revolutionize cinema for creators and consumers.
Rivals are everywhere—now including Facebook.
Creators now have more control over their content.
A decade of showing off our best, worst and just plain weird.
Helpouts, we barely knew ye. Apparently, we’re not alone.
It’s official: Flash has lost its groove. There’s no stopping HTML5 now.
Views have skyrocketed in a year.
Why video is the medium that will change the world.
Also, North Korea just compared the U.S. President to a “monkey.”
Take that, North Korea (or whoever hacked Sony).
It thinks users will follow the stars.
Nix problem tunes before YouTube does.
Think search, YouTube, and Chrome for the 12-and-under set.
Let’s hope it’s not another ho-hum Galaxy exclusive.
For $7.99, YouTube Music Key offers ad-free listening.