New report from tech giant highlights its Content ID system, which has generated $1 billion for rightsholders over seven years
Both sold their ventures for a combined $2 billion but reveal why they are still working harder than ever at TheWrap's fifth annual Media Leadership...
Company says it's removed "tens of thousands of pictures"
A Los Angeles lawyer is comparing Google to the NFL because the technology giant "turned a blind eye while its sites repeatedly exploit and victimize...
Brad Greenspan claims MySpace should have been valued at $32 billion at the time of the 2005 sale, instead of $580 million
"I do not think it would be a sex crime," says Marc J. Randazza while discussing which laws were broken when celebrities' naked pictures were...
Zync is known for its work on "Looper" and "Star Trek: Into Darkness"
The tech giant swooped in after talks with Google broke down
The search giant is reportedly launching a service called YouTube Music Key
Television Academy announced six winners in juried awards for interactive media to be presented at the Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday, Aug. 16
Studio was granted power Wednesday to subpoena third parties that can help them find the users behind offending torrent sites
"Thank you sincerely for seven years of live video memories," said a message on the site
Google's YouTube closed the deal, but neither side would officially confirm
The deal values Fullscreen at between $200 and $300 million
Google is closing its RSS-feed reader on July 1
"The Internship" is Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's first film together since they broke box office records with "Wedding Crashers"
Eric Schmidt will have halved his stock in Google over the last two years if he completes the sale
Google's agreement to pay $81.3 million will help prop up struggling French publishers -- but don't expect it to be replicated in the United States
New satellite data locates highways, landmarks in Pyongyang and prison camps in North Korea
The ABC News anchor will "have a major role in a new morning show" on CNN
The search giant consolidated its revenue to include the $14.42 billion in earnings from its Motola Mobility mobile phone company
Many Asian-Americans called the app, which allowed users to change their appearance by reshaping eyes or fashioning portraits with Fu Manchu mustaches, racist
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Sen. Charles Schumer look forward to all of New York City having free Wi-Fi
Google reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which was investigating its business practices
Eric Schmidt will be the first Google executive to visit the country with the world's most heavily restricted internet access
Google app "Make Me Asian" allows users to change their eye shapes and don Fu Manchu mustaches
Google Maps is back on the iPhone -- everybody loves it, but don't be too quick to celebrate, some say
FullScreen will offer creatives greater marketing assistance to help channels emerge from the YouTube clutter
Google and Amazon among the other media and techology companies deemed simplest to use by U.S. consumers
Google's Page trumpets the company's success on mobile, rebuts criticism over advertising rates