While Hulu's owners officially took the streaming video service off the market last year, would-be buyers are still showing plenty of interest.
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Barnes & Noble subsidy Nook Media announced today that apps for its Nook devices would soon gain the ability to offer customers in-app purchases.
The latest original program to get a greenlight by Amazon is a TV show based on hit movie Zombieland, the company announced today.
As if Apple's push to get all your data into the cloud weren't enough, the company now wants to find out exactly where you are while indoors, according to its latest acquisition.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is a charitable organization that you've undoubtedly heard mentioned a few hundred times between news segments on NPR -- and probably the last group you'd think of when it comes to revolutionary condom inventions.
As a member of congress, it's one thing to support a bad piece of tech policy because you don't fully understand the Internet but it's quite another when you brag about all the money you're making on the side from that position.
Guest Post When you look at the stakeholders of a website, the folks doing the heavy lifting of strategy and execution, you will find two types of people...
Non sportsfans probably aren't that excited about the onslaught of collegiate basketball games during this month's March Madness tournament, but thanks to Hulu there is another option available to occupy your time.
Ad-tech startup Marin Software made its public debut this morning on the NYSE, netting a higher than expected price in early trading.
Editor's Pick Social video startup Streamweaver released a major update to its free iOS app today that makes it even easier for people to record a single video using the combined angles from each iOS device's camera.
HBO's executive leadership seems locked on keeping access to the premium cable network exclusive to cable and satellite TV subscribers, the same isn't necessarily true for its HBO Go streaming service.
Guest Post I never quite understood the value of going to SXSW, nor did I have any expectations.That said, here are a few things I wish I'd known heading into my first South by:
Guest Post Here's what you should know about the future of wiretapping on VoIP services.
It's a good day for European and Israeli startups seeking funding, as Accel Partners announced a new $475 million fund today for early-stage tech companies.
Pin board social network Pinterest has just acquired local recommendation service Livestar, the company announced today.
Rather than be bummed out that CBS has exclusive rights to stream all the March Madness college basketball games this year, ESPN has enlisted the help of YouTube star Robbie Novak, aka Kid President.
Yahoo has purchased social trending startup Jybe today, and along with it a slew of former key employees that previously worked for the company.
In what's surely a win for lovers of long-form journalism (or needlessly long rant-filled blog posts), Amazon has just rolled out a new "Send to Kindle" button for online publications to embed into their websites.
Yahoo is rumored to be in talks to buy a large stake in France Telecom-owned video site Dailymotion.
After more than six months of neglect, Hulu's design team has finally started paying some attention to its Apple TV app.