"They're independent businesses, they can choose to do what they wish to," said Aereo's Chet Kanojia at the Ad Age Digital conference today.
Medium, the publishing platform startup founded by Twitter co-founder Ev Williams, has purchased long-form journalism project Matter, the companies announced today.
EA's Chillingo division will publish the title this summer.
If you thought Pirates of Silicon Valley was inaccurate, just wait until you see what the Funny or Die folks have done with its recounting of Steve Jobs' life.
Google has forged an agreement to bring premium TV channels HBO and Cinemax to its Google Fiber TV customers, the company announced today.
Crowdfunding payment service Flattr is no longer welcome when it comes to Twitter, the startup announced this morning.
A group of pro-Syria hackers accessed NPR's systems after the publication won a Peabody Award for its reporting on the country.
Childrens book application FarFaria is celebrating its first birthday by announcing major milestones, "record-setting" reading engagement, and its vision for the world of children's literacy.
If a rumored music service wasn't enough to push Twitter into the territory media, now the company might be trying to get TV content playing through the service.
Last year, 44 million Americans bought at least one song or album from iTunes. This month, the digital music store that changed the way we buy music will celebrate its 10th birthday.
You don't have to watch the show and play the game at the same time, but it's a fair bet that these two will live or die together.
Waywire, the hyped video site co-founded by Newark mayor Cory Booker, has released a new version of the service today that borrows plenty of design cues from Pinterest and adds some new functionality.
With funding from Reid Hoffman's Greylock and other famous investors, Recurious could stand out among education app-makers.
With Microsoft planning to end support for its Silverlight video plugin by 2021, Netflix has begun to shift towards using HTML5 for video playback.
A tiny, nonprofit news site has bested century-old newspapers and online media organizations to win a Pulitzer for its environmental reporting.
As everyone connected to the Internet knows by now, Boston has been the scene of at least three bombings today at the Boston Marathon and the JFK Library. For coverage of that news, Boston.com has a liveblog that it is continuously updating, and CNN has more details and coverage.
Here's what big technology companies are doing in response.
"The database of affinity is Facebook's birthright," Forrester Analyst Nate Elliott says. "And it's going to blow it.
Years ago you could just connect a coaxial cable to your television for access to a ton of cable channels, which eventually was disabled after cable providers decided to start encrypting the bulk of those channels. And now, they're all going to get encrypted.
A lot more people, proportionally, dislike this video than Gangnam Style.
Picturelife is the latest project by Charles Forman, who sold his last startup, OMGPOP, to Zynga for $180 million last year. It is a service that protects your pictures by backing up and organizing all your photos and videos in the cloud.