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YouTube Asks Users to Post Real Names in Bid to Clean Up Comments

It remains to be seen whether this move by Google will clean up the discourse in the comments section.

YouTube Adds Face Blurring for Protesters, Worried Parents

YouTube has added a face blurring option to the site's built-in photo editor. When users apply the option, YouTube tries to detect and blur all faces automatically.


Google Cracks Down on YouTube-to-MP3-Ripping Sites

YouTube's lawyers have sent cease-and-desist letters to the sites, threatening 'legal consequences' to those that don't comply.

Snap Concert Pics, Even Away from the Show

YouTube's Frontrow camera app lets you play director by zooming in and out to change views, applying filters, taking photos during the live video stream, and sharing those images via social networks.


Facebook's Instagram Acquisition: Putting it All into Perspective

Big bucks buys through the years don't always turn out the way either party expects. Here are a few famous examples.

How to Get Your Business Started on YouTube

As Internet users turn increasingly to video for their daily LOL, how can your small business take advantage of the trend? Follow these secrets to success on YouTube.

Google Glasses All Hype or Reality?

Defying the critics, consumers remain optimistic and hopeful that Google augmented reality glasses are coming soon.


Google+ Numbers Show Social Network is Growing

Google CEO Larry Page published a public letter recently noting increased user numbers, and said the company’s social network is now integrated with 120 services, including Search, YouTube, and Android.


’Tube Tricks

Save your favorite YouTube videos for offline viewing, build a custom video jukebox, run better searches, and more.


Court Resurrects Viacom Case Against YouTube

The appeals court vacated a district judge's June 2010 summary judgment against Viacom.