An anti-smut campaign ahead of the Beijing Olympics has shuttered 44,000 pornographic websites and homepages and led to 868 arrests in China.
Baidu, the most popular Chinese-language Internet search engine, has launched a Japanese service, its first local-language service outside China.
News Corp.'s Star TV is launching Star Chinese Movies 2, a net dedicated to Chinese-language pics from the 1970s through1990s.
Internet piracy is down in France, according to a report by research company Gfk.
Record revenue and profits and a very healthy first holiday for the iPhone weren't enough to soothe Apple investors, as lower-than-expected guidance sent the computer and media device maker's shares…
Walt Disney Co. Japan presented its lineup of cell phones to the press on Tuesday and confirmed the launch of its Disney Mobile service on March 1.
Juliette Lewis and Vincent Gallo will head the voice cast for Swedish animated pic "Metropia."
Yahoo is poised to lay off hundreds of workers as part of the slumping Internet icon's effort to sharpen its focus and boost its sagging stock, according to published reports.
A leading Chinese IPR official has admitted that China is struggling to control online piracy and has called for more muscle and tougher punishments.
Fueled by the success of Nintendo Co.'s Wii and Microsoft's "Halo 3," more video games were sold in the U.S. in 2007 than in any other year, with retail sales hitting $17.94 billion, according to the…
"Ratatouille" and "Once" warmed the hearts of moviegoers and critics alike - and now, they've taken top honors in the ninth annual Golden Tomato Awards.