PBS suggests you may be a hypocrite if you buy Call of Duty.
PBS created its own show called Silicon Valley, which promises to be an informative look back at the start of the semiconductor industry.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eWTx-NDCwSk&w=560&h=315] PBS has been kicking butt lately with its viral video series (for reference, see this Mr. Rogers clip or the Bob Ross Remix). In a new YouTube vid, PBS gets super meta and tackles the whole concept of memetics and viral videos.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFzXaFbxDcM&w=560&h=420] Well, we can certainly tell it’s Friday afternoon, can’t we?
I’m sitting in my office (by which I mean my kitchen) watching Rachel Ray on my iPad and Kathy Lee on my laptop. These aren’t clips or day or old episodes. It’s live programming that’s streaming to me via Aereo, the web TV service locked in a legal battle with the big TV networks, which launches to the public in New York City this morning.
File this one under bound to happen. IAC’s new service, Aereo, which charges users $12 a month to stream the basic TV networks and a selection of cable channels, is the target of a lawsuit filed by Fox, WPIX, Univision, and PBS. They want to shut Aereo down and collect damages for unlicensed use of their content.
The Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) has decided to rip a page out of HBO’s book by giving iPad and iPhone owners early access to its exclusive video content before it debuts to the rest of the world.
Streaming video service Hulu is adding a huge collection of PBS television shows to its content library, the company announced Thursday.
Well, that tears it. LulzSec, a band of hackers that has made headlines for a number of high-profile hacking incidents, are a bunch of gaming hipsters.
Hacker group LulzSec has begun publicly attacking hacker group Anonymous, an action that could lead to a civil war of sorts between the two hacker groups that have similar origins.
Hacker group Lulz Security is taking responsibility for breaking into the public website for the U.S. Senate, Senate.gov. Separately, the hacker group has launched a massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) campaign against several game sites.