YouTube is a perfectly programmed bad habit for many - starting with just one video and spiralling into hours of random content that you can’t help but continue watching. Well, the video service just reached a new milestone as people around the world are watching a billion hours of video every day.Read More
From Metal Gear Survive and an Asteroid-catching robot, to a new life for the Wii balance board, Episode two of 'Fast Future' is now live - covering all of last week's top stories.Read More
Researchers from Stanford University and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg have worked with the Max Planck Institute for Informatics to create face-warping technology. Using a clever bit of kit, the team can manipulate the faces of people on YouTube in real-time.Read More
Goldeneye 007 for Nintendo 64 will always have a special place in our hearts, mostly of sheer frustration when someone picked Oddjob. But what would the legendary split-screen game be like if it was made today?Read More
This teaser trailer for Star Wars from 1976 has surfaced on YouTube, showing you just how George Lucas had to sell the film to his audience before it became a cultural phenomenon. The results are weird, or as the trailer describes "a spectacle light-years ahead of its time."Read More
As part of YouTube's Geek Week, comedy duo Rhett and Link has re-imagined AMC's Breaking Bad as a school musical. Having your kid cast as Walter White would be a good sign as to whether you were a good parent.
If you feel like turning your rock up to '11' in a whole different way, look no further than YouTube user TheAlphaPyro, who has created a guitar that doubles as a flamethrower.
Hugh Jackman has played a variety of roles, from Wolverine to his award-winning musical theatre. These two polar opposites have been combined in puppet form, with the hilarious "Wolverine: The Musical!"Read More
While you may think Jedi warriors, Sith Lords or Ewoks may not be the best audience for QVC-esque advertising, YouTuber TheGamerChick has disproved this with a rather hilarious set of infomercials.
YouTube filmmaker Sam Macaroni has put together a vision of what may be in for Star Wars Episode VII, now that Disney has bought the franchise, titled 'Return of the Empire.'
Opinion on the new owners of Star Wars has been split amongst fans of the film - some are elated at the prospect of another movie, whilst others are terrifed at the thought of what Disney might do to this much-loved epic.
A new fan-made internet series has begun, following the journey of PR duo Wilson and Sharpe trying desperately to repair the Empire's image. After all, who doesn't need a spin doctor nowadays?
You or someone else probably has a bad case of Hyper Involuntary Panic Stress Tension Elevation, also known as HIPSTER. Luckily, there's a scientific and rather hilarious way to cure them: Unpretentiousil.
A report from Nielson shows that most music consumption amongst young people happens on Youtube.Read More
The Post-it note: great for jotting down reminders, leaving notes for other people and pixelated art, recreating the characters of old. But taking this a step further into filmic existence, Zach King has created an amazing stop-motion clip focused on Super Mario.Read More
A Kickstarter project has been opened to provide a secure and free network of hardware and software for the over 500 citizen journalists in Syria, Egypt and Bahrain to record the acts of abuse to human rights.
Curious as to how Google searches and brings back the most relevant results to your entered criteria in half a second? Well Matt Cutts, head of Google's web spam team has provided an 8-minute video answerind that exact question.
It's our two favourite shows on TV, combined into what can only be explained as Madison Avenue with zombies. Barely Political have applied their satirical skills onto creating a cross-breed between Walking Dead and Mad Men: both extremely popular shows on America's AMC network.