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Google to fight YouTube bullies
Internet search engine wants to name names in a bid to stop YouTube comments abuse.
YouTube enables face blurring to protect dissidents
Google-owned video service recognises its growing value to political activists.
Layman’s explanation of YouTube
Part three of our series explains the basics of YouTube. While tomorrow we will be explaining Skype
Exciting new look for NetGuide!
We've given our most popular magazine a complete overhaul - here's what's inside!
What you should know about the Kony doco
Maybe you've seen the links, maybe you've watched the video; what's really behind the viral campaign?
Stars come out for live YouTube event
George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Martin Sheen, Jamie Lee Curtis, John C Reilly – what are they all doing on this California stage?
Fancy hanging out with Barack Obama?
US President to answer public’s YouTube questions in special Google+ ’hangout’ interview.
New Kiwibank campaign imitates FPS game
‘Green ops’ ties gaming motif into cinema-style promotion.
New Trojan 'deceptively clever'
Malware mimics Facebook & YouTube, impersonates user's own security software.
Google working on major YouTube overhaul
YouTube will be redesigned in an effort to compete with broadcast and cable television, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Microsoft takes Google search to court
Formal complaint made to the European Commission over Google violating European competition law.
Halo: Reach leaks online
Hackers crack Microsoft's plan to give reviewers early access to the final game via a digital download.
White iPhone 4 leaks out of China - video
The delayed production of the white iPhone 4 now looks to be in full swing.
Google buys social network app developer
Social technology company Slide has been scooped up by Google for a more social web.
80k enter Ridley Scott's YouTube project
User-generated documentary ‘Life in a Day' a hit with the YouTube generation.
Too Populat to Kill
YouTube’s recent US federal court victory against Viacom is being touted as a landmark for online file sharing.