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The 10 highest-grossing iPhone apps in the world in 2018

Half of the top-grossing apps for 2018 came from companies based in China.

From Elon Musk to Satya Nadella: Here are the 29 top tech CEOs of 2018, according to employees

This week, Comparably released its list of Best CEOs in 2018. Of the 50 chief execs on that list, 29 were from tech companies.

The 7 most-hated YouTube videos of all time

'YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls the Rewind' has over 9 million dislikes on YouTube, closing in on the site's most disliked video.

All the companies and divisions under Google’s parent company, Alphabet

Google became Alphabet three years ago, but for many people it can be confusing as to how it's organized. Here's what's under the corporate umbrella.
Brat stars Annie LeBlanc (L) and Mackenzie Ziegler (R)

The ‘two biggest female Gen Z stars’ are about to be in a holiday YouTube movie together, and an expert says it will be a massive hit

Startup Brat made a "Holiday Spectacular" YouTube movie Annie LeBlanc and Mackenzie Ziegler and Famous Birthdays founder Evan Britton says it will be a hit.

Google’s CEO was grilled about a bizarre YouTube conspiracy theory claiming that Hillary Clinton drinks the blood of children

It followed a report from The Washington Post, which said the so-called Frazzledrip conspiracy was alive and well on YouTube.
PewDiePie AKA Felix Kjellberg in 2015.

PewDiePie mocked his critics after praising a ‘Nazi’ YouTube channel but says he will ‘be more careful in the future’

YouTuber Felix Kjellberg AKA PewDiePie lashed out at critics after he recommended a channel that posts anti-Semitic and misogynistic content.
We can't forget Knickers, who's simply a very big cow.

19 moments that went viral and dominated the internet this year

Among the biggest stories of 2018 were YouTube influencers like Jake Paul and Lil Tay, and the Egyptian sarcophagus that wasn't cursed after all.

Controversial vlogger Amos Yee, who was granted asylum in the US, has been banned from Facebook and Twitter for promoting paedophilia

Yee posted a message on Facebook offering free lessons to people on how to stand up for paedophiles.

Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes says he’s been banned from YouTube over ‘dos and don’ts of public urination’ video

YouTube says that Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes has been banned from the video platform.