The brothers' plan has been heavily criticised by some other members of the YouTube community
Hybrid images can test your eyesight by analysing how good you are at seeing details in an image
Sky Arts has revived a fine tradition; the television short story, often comprising crime, horror, sci-fi, mystery, or some cocktail of those, with a twist
While not everyone will have pondered the subject while staring out of the window during a flight, the question as to why aeroplanes have circular windows rather than square ones is interesting.
Among the grungy melancholy of the Nineties, 'sweet little Irish band' The Corrs made some of the best-selling albums of the decade. As they make a comeback, Siobhan Norton recalls growing up in Cork with their irresistibly uncool sound
Evidence suggests teens exposed to depictions of alcohol and tobacco are more likely to start drinking or smoking
They were formed by Kim, not Cowell. They sing about the workers' struggle, not love's travails. But Moranbong have still got Sean O'Grady dancing to a Stalinist tune
The applied-for trademark, which is a term for a popular genre of gaming videos, was denied for being too similar to an existing one
The YouTube celebrity slings Saudi-accented Arabic, wears traditional Gulf robes and mixes comedy and commentary
The university’s Feminist Society says it ‘stands in solidarity with Goldsmiths Islamic Society’
Baby boomers and slackers gave way to millennials. Now we're told that 'founders' are the future. Adam Lusher asks, do we want these tech-savvy upstarts running things?
Every 5 December, a demon known as Krampus stalks naughty Austrian children. Now, with festivals and a film bringing the beast international fame, Holly Müller explains why the resurgence of this ancient and brutal tradition is nothing short of petrifying
Video showing the students' reactions racks up almost 200,000 views in just over one week
The actress and the presenter met when their parents collaborated on a book on alternative London
Videos of this man purring around virtual worlds are viewed 200 million times a month, and he is said to earn as much as Premiership footballers. So, who is Stampy? Ask any kid…
Internet cats, selfies, and The Harlem Shake