While Hulu's owners are still being wishy-washy on whether they want to sell the company or keep it, the service itself is doing quite well.
The first fruits of television guide startup Dijit's partnership with Watchwith have fallen from the tree today.
Paul Kim got soft in his previous startups. So he started his freemium Alpha Trainer app to give everybody a chance to be chiseled.
After only being available to select businesses for about a year, Twitter Ads is now available to almost all U.S. companies that want to use it.
Showing that Yahoo is definitely concerned with improving its advertising business, CEO Marissa Mayer just announced two new ad units that are distinctly focused on Yahoo products and services.
The online video network for AOL-owned news publication Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, has signed a new deal that will bring its content to cable television.
We talk to David Cage about what makes his storytelling tick.
Google's most talked-out gadget is popping up in public ... and making some folk mumble for their safe places.
Digital magazine app Flipboard faces tough challenges with generating revenue and bringing in new users. Still, Flipboard founder and CEO Mike McCue said today that the company is growing quickly and now has "56 million readers."
Music and TV discovery/bookmarking service Shazam has hired former Yahoo executive Rich Riley as its new chief executive, the company announced today.
Top-ten-of-everything site Ranker had a novel idea for rating and ranking the best film schools in the country: check which ones graduate the most successful filmmakers.
Vox Media is the fast-growing media startup behind SB Nation, The Verge, and Polygon. While it supports several relatively young brands, CEO Jim Bankoff said today that his company will be profitable this year.
After all the money we spent buying flat screen TVs in the past decade, LG is reintroducing the curved TV. This curve, however, is focused on you.
If you were wondering if Google Glass survived a full shower, here's some photographic proof.
It's a game that asks big questions about life and death, all the while straddling the line between "game" and "cinema."
After watching House of Cards, you'd think that the real Washington D.C. would want to distance itself from the nefarious plotting of Kevin Spacey's Frank Underwood. But you'd be wrong.
Rondo Motion changes your audio experience, allowing you to sense the direction that sounds are coming from.
New York City's Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) is graduating 10 startups from its Winter 2013 class this morning, and we're live at the scene for their demo day presentations.
Along with the growing movement of people who like to read comics on tablets, there is an equally enthusiastic group that actually wants to make their own digital comics.
Marco Arment's read-it-later darling is now owned by Digg owner Betaworks.