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  • Viral star Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker wanted for murder

    Viral star Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker wanted for murder
    "Smash, Smash, SmAAaash!!!" Those words made "Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker a viral sensation. That was his description of how he swung a blow for justice in Fresno to stop a large driver who allegedly ran over and attacked a PG&E employee....
  • Vimeo, Flickr reportedly to be built into Apple's upcoming iOS 7

    Vimeo, Flickr reportedly to be built into Apple's upcoming iOS 7
    The next version of Apple's iOS will reportedly include Flickr and Vimeo integration, making it easier for users to share content they create with the two social networks. Apple news website 9to5Mac reported Tuesday that iOS 7, which the Cupertino...
  • 'Arrested Development's' David Cross creates viral videos

    'Arrested Development's' David Cross creates viral videos
    As Tobias Funke, "Arrested Development's" doctor-turned-actor, David Cross has suffered many indignities, from wearing a ridiculous mustache in every episode to being turned completely blue. But to promote the imminent release of new "AD" episodes on...
  • The history of Charles Dickens (sort of) via the Smiths (sort of)

    "As everybody knows," sings Charles Dickens, "I started writing prose." Under the 19th-century facial hair is English actor and musician Mathew Baynton. He presents the life and works of Charles Dickens in a three-minute pop song that sounds like it...
  • TWC to carry Al Jazeera America, Jamie Dornan cast in '50 Shades'

    TWC to carry Al Jazeera America, Jamie Dornan cast in '50 Shades'
    After the coffee. Before World Series ratings come in.   The Skinny: I didn't catch the whole Red Sox victory, but got to the gym just in time to see the Cardinals' Carlos Beltran rob David Ortiz of a grand slam. Thursday's stories include a big...
  • YouTube subscription music service to go for mobile dollars

    YouTube subscription music service to go for mobile dollars
    As YouTube prepares to launch its subscription music service by the end of the year, the digital music giant is seeking to capitalize on music fans' desire to have access to their favorite songs everywhere they go. The company's free online video site...
  • Google banking on Android to help Google+ compete with Facebook

    Google banking on Android to help Google+ compete with Facebook
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google has unsheathed what could be its most powerful weapon yet in the war against Facebook for the hearts and minds of mobile device users: Android. At a news conference in a San Francisco warehouse Tuesday, Google showed off a slew...
  • Virgin America launches 'safety dance' video, while Delta goes for holiday humor

    Virgin America launches 'safety dance' video, while Delta goes for holiday humor
    It's a like a beatbox battle out there on the runways as airlines compete to release the most catchy and viral safety videos. Virgin America is the most recent with its "safety dance" video highlighting YouTube favorite and former American Idol...
  • 'The Fox' YouTube video, Miley Cyrus inspire Halloween costume sales

    'The Fox' YouTube video, Miley Cyrus inspire Halloween costume sales
    Naughty Nurse has some competition this Halloween. The YouTube video "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)" from the Norwegian comedic duo Ylvis has gone from viral video to cultural phenom, ranking among this year's most popular Halloween costumes,...
  • YouTube Music Awards: Unscripted babies cry, and so does Lady Gaga

    YouTube Music Awards: Unscripted babies cry, and so does Lady Gaga
    The inaugural YouTube Music Awards kicked off Sunday night with a live music video of the song “Afterlife” by Arcade Fire directed by Spike Jonze and starring Greta Gerwig. Gerwig danced with the same awkward Turrets style that was so...
  • Uncommon Content out to make Web shows that click on TV

    Uncommon Content out to make Web shows that click on TV
    In the typical life of a viral video, a reality show mishap becomes a YouTube clip, which then reaches the masses online. Uncommon Content, a New York filmmaker, is betting it can do the opposite. Uncommon, which produces the Reserve Channel on...