Picture Windows - Scott Hettrick
The fierce negotiations between Hollywood and Silicon Valley over Internet piracy spiked Wednesday on Capitol Hill.
America Online has launched First Play, a service that will give vidgame players exclusive initial access to much-awaited online vidgames.
A congressional measure that would have put off for six months the establishment of a royalty rate for music on the Web died a quick, quiet death Tuesday, after Webcasters and record labels moved to…
Napster's unsecured creditors and a clutch of music publishing companies have filed suit against the Netco's erstwhile benefactor Bertelsmann, alleging the German conglom misrepresented its…
Battered file-swapping pioneer Napster has signed a nonbinding letter of intent to sell substantially all of its assets to an as-yet-unnamed party in a move that should help the Netco skirt a Chapter…
Responding to recently conducted research suggesting that 6.8 million of its users have purchased DVDs, Internet portal giant Yahoo! will launch a significantly expanded DVD Web destination Tuesday.
It's been five years since Ultima Online, the first massively multiplayer online game, arrived and began shifting the vidgame business from something like a book publisher to something like a cable…
Interactive TV technology company OpenTV said Thursday that it plans to acquire two of its rivals: ACTV, for $92.3 million in stock, and Wink Communications, for $101 million in cash.
Indie Webcasters, chafing under what they say are prohibitively high royalty rates, may get an 11th-hour reprieve from Washington, thanks to a bill from House Judiciary Committee chairman F. James…
The record biz has signed on a new ally in its ongoing war against digital music piracy: Madison Avenue.