If you have a Tesla, you will soon be able to watch YouTube videos and Netflix shows on your car while it's stopped.
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Google and Amazon finally squash their problems, introduce YouTube for Amazon Fire TV devices and Prime Video for Chromecast, Android TV.
YouTube admits its algorithms are not always perfect, and it's now putting viewers in the driver's seat, giving them more control over their homepage and recommendations.
After forcing Microsoft Edge Preview users to download Chrome for the new YouTube experience, Google addresses the problem, claiming it was just a bug.
Users of Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser are now forced to use Chrome for the modern YouTube experience.
As promised, Google is shutting down YouTube Gaming and asking users to move to the regular YouTube experience.
YouTube no longer interested in investing on original shows as the company shifts its focus to gaming, music, and ad-supported content.
YouTube makes it easier to discover new videos with new swiping gestures.
YouTube has created a formal collection of Hollywood movies for free viewing, supported by ads.
It's finally here -- the Nintendo Switch now has a YouTube app.
YouTube's new ad format is meant to work well on your phone's screen.
YouTube gets its own digital wellbeing-focused feature to help users improve their digital health.
The term "YouTube Signature Devices" first popped-up during the Galaxy Note 9 launch event. But the Note 9 isn't the only such device.
YouTube's desktop player now adapts to the different aspect ratios of videos for a better viewing experience.
Google is bringing YouTube VR to Samsung's Gear VR headsets via the Oculus Store.
Google is bringing a new dark theme to YouTube on the iPhone. Coming soon to Android.
Google's digital TV streaming service makes it way to Roku players and TVs, coming soon to the Apple TV.
There's no Google Play Movies & TV app on Apple TV. But that doesn't mean you can't play your purchased content.
Amazon is objecting to Google's decision to pull YouTube from its Echo Show smart appliance.
Here is the service that Apple hoped to unveil with its latest Apple TV in late 2015: But Google today beat them to the punch in announcing YouTube TV.
I'm a bit surprised this took so long, but Google announced a YouTube Gaming service today that will go head-to-head with Twitch, which was purchased by Amazon.com last year.