Much was made last week of NASA's embarrassing loss of the original video from Apollo 11's first-ever moonwalk and Lowry Digital's engagement to restore it.
Graphic designer Heinz Edelmann, best known for his work as art director of the 1968 Beatles film "Yellow Submarine," has died, his former employer said. He was 75.
Just as the firestorm of controversy about ad-supported bloggers begins to die down, Twitter is about to see a surge. Paid tweets are on the way – and they'll have some celebrities behind them…
Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone originally envisioned their service as a way to keep friends updated on activities wherever they happen to be.
ESPN is looking to expand its turf significantly in local sports.
In little more than a year's time, DreamWorks Animation released three toons to the tune of almost $600 million at the domesitc box office -- or $1.6 billion, if you're counting international box…
The rumors started in April: Dell might be looking to expand beyond its computer roots into the smart phone space. The company said nothing. Then came the leaked pictures. Blurry, but they had a…
The American Film Institute will offer footage from its archives online with the launch of a new video portal on AFI.com. The site will feature hundreds of videos from the AFI's 42 years.
A U.S. District Court judge has ruled in favor of U.S. Spanish-language web Univision over internet rights.
James Cameron has an ambitious vision for "Avatar." He just needs as many screens as possible to put it on.
China's online population has leapt to 338 million Internet users, more webizens than the entire 307 million population of the U.S., according to new research by the government-sanctioned China…