After enduring months of costly court battles over its ill-advised digital music "locker" scheme, Netco MP3.com is going to court against its own attorneys, California-based copyright law specialists…
Just days after ending all new downloading of its popular file-sharing application in response to legal pressure from copyright holders, Dutch Netco Kazaa struck a deal to sell off its peer-to-peer…
Kazaa, the wildly popular free music-swapping service that emerged in the wake of Napster's decline, may finally have shown a chink in its armor.
In hopes of releasing several games around Universal Pictures' summer 2003 tentpole "The Hulk," Universal Interactive has acquired the gaming rights to Marvel Enterprise's angry green Incredible Hulk…
After being rapped hard on the knuckles by Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy-CEO Jack Valenti, Stanford U. has shut down a dormitory Internet server popular for file-swapping pirated movies.
It's said that patience pays off, and for Slamdance co-founder Dan Mirvish his eight years of waiting are over: "Omaha (the Movie)" -- his $38,000 film that was the catalyst for creating Slamdance -…
The founders of movie database IMDb.com have announced the launch of IMDbPro.com, an online subscription service for entertainment industry pros.
The American Film Institute has pacted with Columbia Digital Knowledge Ventures and online learning company Fathom.com to create a Web course.
Online research service ComScore Networks said Wednesday that e-commerce sales at domestic online retailers surged to $53 billion during 2001, representing a 20% boost over the previous year.
Yahoo! prexy and chief operating officer Jeff Mallett said Wednesday that he will resign from the Internet portal giant in April.
Video and computer games publisher Activision said Monday that it will acquire Gray Matter Interactive Studios, best known for creating the current hit PC game "Return to Castle Wolfenstein."