Cleaning up its own back yard, the Senate has blocked access to Internet file-swapping sites popular for downloading pirated pics.
When you've already put out DVD special editions of classics in your film library like "Citizen Kane" and "The Wizard of Oz," what do you do for an encore?
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has opted to cease and desist on DeCSS. The online privacy org on Wednesday announced it will not ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review a lower court's ruling…
A BBC-led consortium has won the digital terrestrial licences once held by the now defunct paybox ITV Digital.
TiVo subscribers will be the first to see the world premiere of the new Counting Crows musicvideo "American Girls" this week as part of a new feature of the digital video recording service in…
RealNetworks has launched GamePass for its RealOne Arcade service, the latest piece of the Internet software giant's subscription puzzle.
Listen.com has taken the checkered flag in the closely watched race to offer digital music from all five major label groups, inking a licensing deal to use the digital catalog of Universal Music for…
After months of turmoil, the future of digital terrestrial TV (DTT) is looking bleak in Europe. Pioneering platforms have collapsed in the U.K. and Spain, and France has once again delayed its plan…
Interactive TV is catching on in Asia, and it has nothing to do with broadband Internet or specialized set-top boxes. It's all thanks to the mobile phone short messaging service (SMS).
As if being Red Bank, N.J.'s most prominent director and comicbook store owner weren't achievement enough, Kevin Smith is now an online entrepreneur, his Net profits financing a new entertainment…
It may be a computer game, but "Warcraft III" is getting a rollout worthy of a blockbuster film. And it could teach the studios a thing or two about day-and-date releasing worldwide.