YouTube is ponying up cash in an effort to convince TikTok creators to jump ship to its platform.
YouTube users smashing the “Dislike” button are likely wasting their time, according to new research from Mozilla.
Twitch is changing the terms of its deals with top streamers to pay them less than it has been.
YouTube is eliminating a major pain point for content creators, paving the way for them to be able to monetize videos containing licensed music.
Amazon may be trying to lure people to its Amazon Prime with prescription cost savings, but customers aren’t buying it.
If you thought software subscriptions were a bad thing, wait until you buy your next BMW and have to pay $18 per month to use your heated seats.
Google currently has deals with some 300 news publishers in the EU, with the company working to make it easier for other publishers to sign up.
Developers of “reader apps,” such as Netflix, Spotify, and Kindle, can now include a link to alternative payment methods.
YouTube is working to entice its top podcasters to make the jump to video, offering $50,000 to sweeten the deal.
The tech industry has been caught in the war between Russian and Ukraine, but Airbnb is emerging as a platform for humanitarian aid.
YouTube is shuttering its YouTube Originals division, with lead Susanne Daniels expected to leave in March.
Toyota is reconsidering a controversial decision to charge for keyless remote entry after backlash from owners and non-owners alike.
Toyota has revealed that customers will need to pay a subscription fee to use the remote start functionality of their key fobs.
Patreon is working on a video platform to help creators break free of their reliance on YouTube, a move that could have a major impact on the market.
Netflix has purchased Night School Studio, its first game studio, as the company expands from streaming into gaming.
Microsoft Office 2021 is arriving on October 5, and users will be able to purchase it for a one-time fee and no subscription.