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James Charles in his video "No More Lies," which made YouTube's 2019 "Rewind" video.

YouTube is trying to keep up with genre-bending influencers like James Charles and MrBeast, who defy traditional categorization

In YouTube Rewind 2019, James Charles' "No More Lies" wasn't categorized as a beauty video. It's because YouTube sees him as a celebrity now.

Seeking nominations for the top brands in influencer marketing that are innovating in the space

We want to hear from you on which brands had the most innovative and impactful influencer marketing campaigns.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10.

Smartphones of the future could work in a completely different way thanks to 5G, and it means you’ll rarely have to upgrade

Smartphones can't become obsolete if they don't actually run our apps. In the future, we might be streaming our apps over 5G.
From left: YouTubers Felipe Neto, AzzyLand, and David Dobrik.

The most-viewed creators on YouTube in 2019 include PewDiePie, David Dobrik, and some of your favorite gamers

YouTube has released its annual end-of-the-year trends and highlights, showcasing the most popular creators and viral videos across the platform.
Harry Styles in the music video for "Adore You."

Harry Styles just dropped a bizarre, 8-minute-long music video for ‘Adore You,’ which is set in the fictional Isle of Eroda where everyone...

Spanish singer Rosalía narrates the video that features Styles as a "peculiar" boy with a blinding smile who befriends a fish.
PewDiePie, also known as Felix Kjellberg.

YouTube’s Rewind 2019 video features PewDiePie again after he was snubbed from last year’s version

The Swedish YouTube star appears briefly in the video, where his record of 4 billion video views this year is acknowledged.

The internet is roasting YouTube’s ‘Rewind 2019’ video, with people calling it lazy and low-budget

YouTube's annual Rewind video was released Thursday, and has already accrued significantly more dislikes than likes from upset users.

YouTube’s ‘Rewind 2019’ video aims to please the masses after last year’s debacle — watch the video here

Last year's video was widely hated, and it quickly became the most-disliked video of all time on YouTube.
DJ Marshmello performed the first live "Fortnite" concert.

YouTube’s list of the 10 most-watched video games of 2019 proves that new games aren’t the most popular online

YouTube's most popular games have massive online communities that spend millions of hours watching their favorite games.