Spotify has rolled out a new set of analytics tools specifically for artists that have music featured on the streaming service, the company announced today.
Guest Post For Nvidia, licensing its technology could be its smartest move yet.
Seemingly out of nowhere, graphics chip-maker Nvidia has announced one of the biggest changes to its business in some time.
Amazon Prime, the complimentary streaming video service from online retail giant Amazon, announced a new licensing deal today with Scripps Network that will bring a slew of cable TV show episodes to its library of content.
Score one for Samsung in this long-running patent battle that started way back in August with that billion-dollar judgement against the Korean company.
A few hundred million more or less from HTC is pocket change for the Cupertino giant that expects to earn $52 billion in the next quarter alone. Samsung, on the other hand, sold 57 million smartphones in the last quarter.
Usually, patent disputes are courtly affairs, decided before a judge and making most readers nod off and turn to the latest Lindsay Lohan news. Thank goodness for companies such as Motorola Mobility and Microsoft, who are having a very public cat-fight over patent royalties. You can hear the Silicon Valley hissing all the way from the East Coast.
Hasbro and Zynga are announcing a deal where the big toy company will create toys based on Zynga’s game characters and social gaming brands. It’s a marriage of the old new game worlds that makes sense as the physical and digital worlds converge.
Streaming music site Grooveshark has decided to restrict access to Germany due to high licensing costs, the site announced today.
Yah, you read that right. As of today, Microsoft’s patent licensing agreements with Android manufacturers now cover more than half of all Android devices, thanks to the recent addition of Taiwan-based Compal.