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YouTube’s TV streaming service experienced a massive outage at the worst possible time — and customers were not happy
For many soccer/football fans, YouTube TV went down at the worst possible time on Wednesday: during the semifinals match-up between England and Croatia, and a crucial moment in the World Cup tournament.
YouTube will combat fake news and conspiracy theories by highlighting reputable news sources when big news breaks
YouTube is taking the fight against fake news to the next level. The Google-owned video-sharing service said Monday that when big news breaks it plans to steer users to stories and video from authoritative news sources.
There’s a massive internet community that’s obsessed with videos of ‘brain-tingling’ sounds, and the people who make them earn...
Unlike most of YouTube, ASMR is about listening, not watching. People have created hours of videos where they mix slime, conduct fake eye exams, and scratch on books, among other things, all to create tingles in the listeners' brains and spines. And plenty of people do this to pay the bills.
Hundreds of never-before-seen nuclear blast videos show terrifying explosions in the ocean and Nevada desert
The US government detonated hundreds of above-ground nuclear explosions from 1945 to 1963 — until the first nuclear test-ban treaty was signed. Now a team has rescued thousands of classified films that were kept in high-security storage.
Lana Del Rey's "National Anthem" leads a list of six songs on YouTube that spiked over 1,000% in views on July 4th last year, compared to their daily averages in 2017, the company said in a release.
Susan Wojcicki convinced Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and the Google board to buy YouTube, and it all started with ‘a purple Muppet singing a nonsen...
Susan Wojcicki saw the potential for user-generated videos when Google launched Google Videos, Google's own free video-sharing website, and saw an investment opportunity in YouTube when it scaled faster than Google Videos but couldn't afford to stand on its own.
In honor of the App Store's 10th birthday month, app analytics firm App Annie compiled a comprehensive look at the most popular apps of the last decade in terms of worldwide downloads.
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Out of Google's first 21 employees, only six still work for the search giant. Among them: Susan Wojcicki, Urs Hölzle, Sergey Brin, and Larry Page. The rest have moved on to angel investing, philanthropy, and for many, lives of luxury.
Instagram has launched IGTV, a standalone app for creating long-form videos. The app is geared toward celebrities and influencers, but anyone can create their own videos and upload them to the app.