Shares of Apple Inc. fell 4 percent Thursday as investors struggled to parse the latest disclosure from CEO Steve Jobs about his health and his need to go on leave until the end of June.
On Wednesday, Blockbuster inked a deal with CinemaNow that calls for the latter to supply technological support for Blockbuster's digital storefront.
U.S. online movie download service Jaman.com has bowed its first local site in the U.K.
The number of Internet users in China rose 42% in 2008 to 298 million, with its 22.6% penetration beating the 21.9% world average for the first time, a government-sanctioned research group said in a…
Maybe we were right to be worried. On Wednesday, Apple topper Steve Jobs took a six-month leave of absence from day-to-day operations to deal with health issues.
Cartman, Sarah Silverman and other Comedy Central denizens are going high-def.
Yahoo has found its new top executive -- Autodesk exec chair Carol Bartz -- and will lose its No. 2 exec in the process.
Google Inc. has jettisoned a substantial number of temporary workers in a recent austerity drive spurred by the recession, although the Internet search leader still intends to spend billions of…
As the military war in the Gaza strip enters its third week, Israel is pressing forward to win the image war in cyberspace — and its weapon of choice is YouTube.
Darth Vader, Lara Croft and some badly behaved teenagers are all on the Writers Guild's list for the best videogame writing in 2008.
China has shuttered 91 websites for pornographic and other "vulgar" content, making good on its promise to clean up the Internet (Daily Variety, Jan. 5).
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