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The website has redefined the way the world consumes video. To a generation practically born smartphone in hand, YouTube's small-screen celebrities loom larger-than-life, bigger than anything Hollywood has to offer. Norah O’Donnell sits down with the head of culture and trends at the game-changing company, and with two of YouTube's most popular onl
On May 3, 1997, the world champion faced off against IBM's chess-playing computer
SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg, husband to Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg, died Friday
The video sharing service has gone from scrappy upstart to one of the Internet's dominant companies, where hobbyists can fashion careers for themselves as YouTube celebs
The electronic car maker has come up with large, high-tech batteries to power your home even after the sun goes down. Telsa’s founder, Elon Musk, says they will let homeowners store solar power during the day and keep using it at night. Telsa’s founder, Elon Musk, says they will let homeowners store solar power during the day and keep using it at night. CNET
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On its tenth birthday, the site picked out a memorable video from each year of its life; did your top picks make the list?
After two more quakes hit thousands of miles away, some wonder if there's any connection
A tiny dino with bat wings, sewer water beer, Stephen Hawking on One Direction and more
Researchers fear long-term exposure could damage astronauts' brains and nervous systems