The FCC on Thursday began the formal process of establishing a set of "rules for the road" for Internet service providers, setting off a policy debate that could spark a clash between showbiz…
Nokia, the world's largest maker of cell phones, is suing Apple in U.S. federal court, saying the iPhone uses patented wireless technologies.
Twitter Inc. is selling the rights to mine its communications hotbed to both Internet search leader Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. in dueling deals that underscore the growing importance of being…
Today is launch day for the latest operating system from Microsoft (not to mention the grand opening for the company's dedicated stores). The reviews are generally good and excitement levels appear…
"EastEnders," one of Blighty's most popular soaps, will launch a spinoff online show aimed at teens.
Technicolor's 3D-on-film solution is finding some traction in the marketplace.
Hoping to capitalize on early fan frenzy for new music-driven drama "Glee," 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment will release the show's first 13 episodes on DVD at the end of the year.
Paramount Home Entertainment has renewed its replication and DVD services agreements with Technicolor, ending speculation it could enter into a physical distribution partnership with another studio.
As studios search for the Next Big Thing after DVDs, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is working on a system to offer consumers access to movies anywhere, anytime.
With MySpace starting to lose more of its audience to sites like Facebook, Rupert Murdoch announced plans this summer to turn the social networking site into more of an online hub for entertainment.
Google will launch music search pages next week and include ways for consumers to buy songs for download.