Bad cyber security legislation CISPA is likely to fail if it goes to a vote on the Senate floor, according to comments made by Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.V.), chairman of the committee on commerce, science and transportation, today.
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The New York Times announced today that it's adopting a new growth strategy that involves offering customers lower pricing to access its content.
Netflix released a new 11-page document that outlines the company's long-term outlook on the future of television -- and more importantly, who will come out as winners.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer just made her first big play into video.
The U.S. Senate voted to once again advance the Marketplace Fairness Act, a bill that would place a mandatory state sales tax on things sold over the Internet.
After successfully storming the industry with successful e-readers and a line of tablets, Amazon is rumored to be launching its first set-top box for streaming media.
If the promise of pizza without setting down your game controller isn't enough, broadcast station the CW has now added an app for Xbox Live.
Residents of Kansas City who prefer to use their iPad over a Nexus 7 are in luck, as Apple has just approved an official Google Fiber TV app for the device.
CBS has had plenty to say about its future if TV startup Aereo is permitted to exist, and now the company is investing some of its resources into a streaming video startup that could help it stay competitive.
Once again, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings struck down questions that suggested the company would raise the price of its standard streaming subscription plans beyond the introductory $7.99 per month fee that's been successful for the few years.
Netflix investors have given the company quite a hard time as it continued to grow its subscriber base and expand into new territories, but for its first quarter of the year that doesn't seem to be the case.
A legion of armchair warriors pulled together to provide a detailed account of all the information available on last week's horrific bombings during the Boston Marathon, but not all of that effort turned out to be good.
If you're a fan of original TV shows that are exclusively available online, you had quite a bit to watch over the weekend, and according to Amazon you really liked what you saw, too.
Streaming music service Grooveshark is throwing its hat into the radio service ring today with the debut of Broadcast, which is available to the public starting today.
The undergarments vibrate whenever your partner, using a smartphone app, decides you need some "attention" -- giving a new definition to "phone sex."
I'm still pretty amazed that, as I go about my mundane daily routine, there will be two men performing a spacewalk from a football field-sized space station, which is getting livestreamed via Ustream today.
Several thousand Tesla owners have now purchased their cars by ordering and paying for them online after visiting a Tesla Store showroom. And national auto-dealer groups don't like it one bit.
Guest Post In recent weeks there has been substantial debate about fraud in the advertising industry. Of course, these conversations aren’t new. Click fraud lawsuits have been a near constant for almost a decade.
While it might be extremely amusing to loan your brand spankin' new Google Glass eyewear to Grandma for the entire day, it's ill advised by Google.
Pocket, the service formerly known as Read It Later, completely overhauls how you share things across all its platforms.