Chris Hadfield, on behalf of my comrades here on Earth, we salute your return to terra firma.
It’s the first time YouTube is introducing all-you-can-watch channels that require a monthly fee. The least expensive of the channels at will cost 99 cents a month but the average price is around $2.99.
Now, thanks to the YouTube Trends Map, you can take a look at which videos are the hottest in your part of the country – and all across America.
YouTube is set to announce within a few weeks a series of channels that will require payment, a person familiar with the matter said Monday.
Big Blue’s researchers have set a Guinness record with their new cartoon — every pixel’s an atom.
I’ll be content with Vdio’s existence if it somehow helps save Rdio from obscurity, but it’s hard to see that happening in its current state.
Reed Hastings regrets Netflix’s aborted plan to spin off its DVD service. But he hasn’t explained how it happened in the first place.
Media giant Viacom just can’t win — at least when it comes to the company’s long-running, landmark copyright infringement lawsuit against Google‘s YouTube video service.
This video was posted suspiciously close to April Fools’ Day and e-mailed to our tips inbox suspiciously nonchalantly. I don’t care. I want it to be real.
Over at Quartz, Kevin Ashton has a thorough piece explaining how the Harlem Shake wasn’t so much a meme in the traditional sense, but the work of corporations.
Will wonders never cease? Nintendo’s Wii U, presently the slowest video game console when it comes to opening and closing apps — possibly in the history of video game consoles — was apparently just doused in heavy water vapors.
Today, with four billion hours of viewership a month, YouTube is more popular than ever. But it’s also part of an Internet that’s radically different than it was when YouTube was young.