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Would You Spend $70,000 On This Slo Mo Guys Painting?

The Slo Mo Guys create some of the most YouTube-y videos out there. Their shtick involves shooting and smashing things and filming them in slow motion, which is what online videos are all about really (besides cats).

Tech Giants Quietly Automating Process To Remove Extremist Content From Sites

The technology that was designed to remove videos from the internet with copyrighted content could be used for good, according to a report from Reuters. That use? To fight extremism.

Why Did It Take So Long For YouTube To Do Live Streaming For Mobile?

Yesterday, YouTube announced the launch mobile live streaming capabilities for select users, a service that will compete with Periscope and Facebook Live.

Blender Versus Red Hot Nickel Ball Ends In A Respectable Draw

Video: At some point, every trendy YouTube channel is going to fight every other trendy YouTube channel. And this week, the blender brand made famous by Will It Blend dukes it out with the red hot nickel ball from carsandwater. Spoiler: No one wins.

Use YouTube As A Free Screencast Recorder

YouTube has more tricks up its sleeve than you might think — including a built-in video editor and tools for the extra paranoid — and you can actually use the regular YouTube site to record anything happening on your computer screen. From showing off an app to the world to showing the grandparents how to use Skype, there are all kinds of ways it can prove helpful.

Watch A Waterjet Cut A Hydraulic Press In Half  

We love watching things get crushed by a hydraulic press, but how about a waterjet? There’s a YouTube channel for that as well. In the channel’s latest video, they cut a hydraulic press in half.

Musicians Ask For Change To US Copyright Law To Fight YouTube Piracy

YouTube has been essential for musicians, even launching many of them to fame — but now the industry is asking for changes to a US copyright law that it says protects YouTube at the expense of musicians being fairly paid.

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter And YouTube Adopt New Anti-Hate Speech Rules

A new code of conduct has been accepted by Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube which means the sites would have to review (and potentially remove) the majority of content flagged as hate speech within 24 hours.

The new rules, announced on 31 May by the European Commission, are designed to combat hate speech and terrorist propaganda across the EU and also require the sites to find and highlight “independent counter-narratives” to hate speech and propaganda published online.

What To Expect From Google I/O 2016

It’s once again time to learn about all the fun things Google’s planning for the next year. Google I/O 2016, which starts on May 18, will be the company’s first developer conference under Alphabet, and this time around, Android likely won’t be the major focus of the big announcements — at least not the Android on your smartphone.

YouTube Red Is Now Available In Australia

Available in the US since November 2015, YouTube Red is YouTube’s premium paid ad-free service with original platform-funded content and offline access — and it is launching in Australia today.

Not content with just one launch, YouTube are taking it a step further and releasing its dedicated YouTube Music app, too. Taking advantage of the huge amount of music content already on YouTube, the app is designed to make discovering, watching, and listening to it easier. Here’s everything you need to know.

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