Creators of every size, shape and sexuality are on YouTube, and if you're looking to add a few more LGBTQ+ creators to your list of subscribed channels, these are the channels that we can't get enough of.
YouTube is tackling the rise of coronavirus misinformation by pulling videos that link the spread of the pandemic to 5G, the new mobile connectivity standard. Such theories have been condemned as dangerous nonsense and fake news by authorities.
YouTube, Gmail, Google Drive, and other Google services went down earlier today in a mass outage due to a router failure in Atlanta. The most affected regions appear to be North America, parts of Europe, and Japan.
You can absolutely stream your favorite videos, channels, and creators from YouTube on the Fire TV Stick. In fact, there are two ways: through an official app, and through the Silk or Firefox web browsers.
Last week YouTube began limiting videos to standard definition by default in European countries to help lessen the strain on the internet. Beginning today, it is making the change worldwide, but users will still be able to switch to high definition by selecting it from the settings.
YouTube will now let you filter your subscriptions tab on Android between a small number of pre-selected categories. The firm brought this change to its own Android operating system after an initial iOS rollout in January.
In the latest transparency report from YouTube, it was revealed 5.8 million videos were removed in a three month period, and less than a quarter of those who appealed were able to get their video reinstated.