A video showing five San Francisco police officer pinning down a man with a prosthetic leg is trending on social media and raising questions about use of excessive forse.
Home surveillance cameras caught two unsuspecting pups on video when they were jolted awake by a 4.0 magnitude quake Monday.
Google is changing its operating structure and will become part of a holding company called Alphabet.
The August 21st episode will feature some of YouTube’s biggest stars, including Jenna Marbles, Tyler Oakley, Kandee Johnson, The Slow Mo Guys and
the creators of “Epic Rap Battles of History.”
Company vice president Brad Horotwitz, who’s been running Google+, said in a blogpost that users will no longer need a Google+ account to chat with others on Google products like YouTube. Any Gmail account will now suffice.
Whole Foods Market’s CEOs apologized Thursday for pricing issues at its stores, a week after a New York investigation found that the natural food grocer routinely overcharged for prepackaged fruits, vegetables and deli meats.
Dirt bike riders have been tearing up the streets of San Francisco pulling dangerous stunts caught on camera, and posted online, and police admit they can’t do much to stop it.
Ayesha Curry has her own very popular YouTube channel, a blog and a line of gourmet olive oils and custom kid’s aprons.
Google says it wants its users to know more about what it knows about them. The tech company is rolling out new privacy controls that shed some light on data gathering.
In its 10-years of existence, YouTube has evolved from a playground for kitty videos to a $20 billion incubator for a new type of celebrity.