6-Year-Old YouTube Star Earns $11 Million Reviewing ToysRyan ToysReview started in 2015 when the boy was only four; it now has over 10 million subscribers
Google Blocks YouTube On Amazon Devices In Escalating FeudGoogle is pulling its popular YouTube video service from Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices in an escalating feud that has caught consumers in the crossfire.
WATCH: Filmmaker's Spoof Used Car Ad Goes Viral, Price SoarsThe video has already been viewed nearly four million times and Greenie's original eBay auction exploded with more than a hundred bids
Hit Song 'Despacito' Becomes Most Viewed Video On YouTubeThe music video for the No. 1 hit song "Despacito" has become the most viewed clip on YouTube of all-time.
Teen Charged With Murder Getting Social Media Support Behind BarsTaymore McIntyre, who also goes by the name Tay-K 47, is connected with the 2016 robbery and murder of Ethan Walker.
"See You Again" Is Now YouTube's Most-Viewed VideoWiz Khalifa's music video for "See You Again" featuring Charlie Puth became YouTube's most-watched video on Monday, and has more than 2.896 billion views as of Tuesday morning.
Pregnant Teen Fatally Shoots Boyfriend In YouTube StuntA Minnesota woman charged in the fatal shooting of her boyfriend told authorities it was a video stunt gone wrong.
Video: Bowler Sets World Record For Fastest 300 GameTwo-handed bowler Ben Ketola broke a world record this past week for bowling the fastest 300 game.
Giraffe's Baby Bump Boosts Tiny Zoo's Upkeep, ConservationApril the giraffe has brought a bundle to a tiny zoo in rural upstate New York, thanks to a YouTube video livestream of her pregnancy and birth of an incredibly cute calf that has riveted viewers around the world.
Giraffe Birth Was 2nd Most Viewed Live YouTube VideoMore than 1.2 million people watched the live stream of April The Giraffe having her baby on YouTube when she gave birth Saturday morning, making the event one of the site's top five most-watched moments.
Rocket Launch To Be Shown In Live 360-Degree VideoFor the first time, NASA cameras will provide live 360-degree video of a rocket heading toward space. The stream will begin 10 minutes before Tuesday's scheduled liftoff and continue until the rocket is out of sight.
Kids Prefer Television, But Love Other Devices TooEver since Howdy Doody ushered in children's television nearly 70 years ago, each new generation of viewers has been treated to a growing bounty of programs on a mushrooming selection of gadgetry.