Yesterday, creator Brian K. Vaughn informed the world that issue #12 of his and Fiona Staples' hit comic book series Saga was rejected by Apple due to explicit content and subsequently would not be available for sale within any of ComiXology's iOS apps.
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Major broadcast station CBS could disconnect its freely available broadcast signal in favor of becoming a cable channel, according to recent comments made by CBS chief exec Leslie Moonves.
Well that didn't take very long.
Google Fiber will hit Austin by the middle of next year, the city confirmed today.
After raising $100 million last year, top-level domain registration startup Donuts has secured a second round of funding.
Guest Post The days of passively watching TV with just a remote control may be numbered.
A leaked press release from gigabit internet organization Gig.U congratulating the city of Austin and Google on their new Google Fiber partnership was quickly removed today.
Video site Dailymotion has added support for Pinterest, thus making user videos available for play on various pin boards, the company told VentureBeat today.
News Corp. may take its major broadcast station Fox off the air and convert it to a cable network, the company said today.
Wikileaks, scorge of the federal government that they are, has released a brand new collection of data files from the `70s today that show the country's dealings with the rest of the world.
ComiXology and Marvel are once again offering digital comic book fans access to the "700 free issues" promotion, Comixology announced today.
Official bidding for the sale of streaming video service Hulu ended last year when Hulu owners took it off the market, but that isn't stopping others from making offers.
Google and the City of Austin just sent out a slew of invitations to an event next week, but they declined to provide details on what will be announced.
Apple is finalizing deals with two major record labels to launch its own streaming music service with lower royalty rates than competitors already in the space.
Disasters happen and not planning for them is just not an option for most companies when it comes to protecting data and IT infrastructure. However, disaster recovery startup Zerto is attempting to make the process less painful and more efficient.
North Korea's state-run news agency Uriminzokkiri's website and social networks have been compromised by Anonymous today, less than a day after the hacktivist group declared open season on the country.
We've known for months that it was coming, but finally streaming video service Netflix has issued an official premiere date for the hotly anticipated new season of Arrested Development.
The creators of streaming music service Rdio have finally launched their take on digital video through a new service called Vdio.
While the majority of people still buying music on vinyl records are doing so because of the sound quality, it's nice to know that Amazon is at least stretching that purchase to the digital side.
It's nice to see that Microsoft's enormous purchase of Skype didn't defer people from using the VoIP calling service. In fact, it might have even contributed to a rise in usage.