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is a video-sharing website where users can upload videos. It is currently (7/2012) the largest such site, and was founded in 2005 by  Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim, who all worked at PayPal before. While it mainly featured movies from regular folks (and some illegal user uploads) at the beginning, but eventually YouTube grabbed enough market share to attract higher quality content over the years. Now, there is something for everyone, and YouTube continues to push for high-quality content, while keeping the support from amateur video-makers. The company was acquired by Google in 2006 for $1.6B.

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Google Tackles YouTube Spam Comment Problem

11/26/2013, We have all seen spam comments on YouTube vidoes, comments that detail how you can make thousands of dollars from the comfort of your sofa and what not. Recently, Google released an entirely new comments system for YouTube, one that requires users to have...

Xbox One To Come With YouTube App At Launch

11/21/2013, Despite the official YouTube app for Windows Phone being such a contentious issue, with Google blocking it, then allowing it, only to block it again, you can imagine our surprise when it has been discovered that Google will be introducing an official...

YouTube Service Back To Normal

11/19/2013, How many of you find it extremely difficult to live without access to YouTube? After all, you have a dedicated YouTube app on your smartphone and tablet, while YouTube is on your Favorites list on the Web browser, not only on your desktop, but on your...

YouTube Commenters Invade Conan To Yell Random Things At Him

11/14/2013, Google rolled out a new update to YouTube’s commenting system that would better integrate the popular streaming video service along with Google+. As you’d expect, the change has been met with many critics of the change, but Conan O’Brien is one...

YouTube For Nintendo 3DS Coming Later This Month

11/13/2013, While the PlayStation 4 is leading all gaming related stories particularly this week, Nintendo today made a couple of announcements of its own that are likely to be very well received. The company has announced that YouTube for Nintendo 3DS is finally...

Bing Launches A New Way To Discover Music Videos

11/12/2013, Bing now offers users a whole new way to explore, discover and browse music videos on the search engine. It has been built from the ground up to make it easier for users to access music videos, Bing says that this new experience was designed with music...

Minecraft Documentary Now Free To Watch On YouTube

11/11/2013, Do you think that humans love to build? I suppose the answer would be in the affirmative, especially when you take into consideration the fairly large number of architectural achievements that we have seen in the past, such as the ancient pyramids of...

YouTube Co-Founder Isn’t A Fan Of The New Commenting System

11/10/2013, Google first talked about the overhaul of YouTube’s commenting system back in September, when it revealed that it will start implementing users’ Google+ profiles. Basically what this means is that whoever wants to comment on YouTube now needs...

Microsoft Reverts Windows Phone YouTube App To Web Player

10/08/2013, The ongoing drama between Microsoft and Google regarding having a dedicated YouTube application had a number of ups and downs as both companies at one point were working together to make the popular app available to Windows Phone users. Since then,...

Google Rolls Out New YouTube Comments Design

09/24/2013, YouTube comments are typically trollish and pretty funny at times, but it looks like Google has decided to revamp the comments section on YouTube, making it more relevant and engaging for the viewer. Typically YouTube comments are shown in terms of...

Vevo Will Block YouTube Offline Viewing

09/20/2013, It has already been revealed that a YouTube mobile app update will bring offline viewing functionality in November. Only yesterday more details about this feature emerged, users will be allowed to store videos on their devices for 48 hours, they can be...