A key lawmaker has introduced a Net neutrality bill intended to guarantee preservation of the "open access" nature of the Web without deploying the heavy hand of government regulation.
Looking to boost its video advertising capabilities while fending off an acquisition offer from Microsoft, Yahoo on Tuesday acquired startup Maven Networks for about $160 million.
Should the feds regulate the Internet to prevent broadband service providers from discriminating against content or users?
Toon factory Anima Studios will produce "Kung Fu Magoo" for Classic Media, in a major deal for the budding Mexican shingle.
U.K.-based consumers who illegally download music and movies could find their Internet connections severed under new legislation that will be presented to the British parliament next week.
Another "Star Wars" tale is on its way to the bigscreen, but it won't be distributed by Fox.
Chalk up another one for Blu-ray: Netflix is phasing out HD DVD rentals from its service due to underwhelming demand.
If Microsoft -- or some other bidder -- wants to get its hands on Yahoo, it's going to have to cough up more than $45 billion.
Tsutaya, operator of Japan's largest CD and DVD rental chain, will launch a pay service on acTVila, a video contents portal, the company has announced.
As part of China's ongoing crackdown on moral turpitude, censors have compiled a list of 10 "suitable" online video games which they hope will help keep cyberspace pure for impressionable teenagers.