Intel Corp., best known for its dominance of the PC processor market, is leaping into the world of digital music with a portable digital audio player that can store up to four hours of tunes in…
The merging AOL / Time Warner will be under government orders to open its cable systems to Internet service providers that compete with AOL, so it may be no coincidence that TW has named Chris Bogart…
With final details of a digital copy-protection deal among cable operators, TV makers and the studios expected imminently, the annual Consumer Electronics Show is expected to become a showcase for…
Internet industry analyst WebMergers.com issued a report Wednesday stating that 30% of the 210 Netcos that shuttered in 2000 were dedicated to providing content on the Internet.
As old-line media companies curtail activities with the once-trendy Net, News Corp. has revised and scaled down a sweeping year-old partnership with online medical site WebMD, the companies said…
Former music industry pariah Napster took another step toward respectability Tuesday, signing a pact with German indie label Edel Music to use its catalog in its legal, membership-based file-sharing…
Gotham-based online entertainment site Sputnik7.com has acquired music portal/digital music locker service Epitonic.com for an undisclosed amount of cash, the companies are expected to announce today.
"Almost Famous" struck a chord with Interneters, nabbing top honors in five categories of the 2000 Online Film Critics Society Awards.
SportsLine.com has inked a multiyear contract with the National Basketball Assn. that gives the sports Web site access to video highlights and use of league and team logos. Financial terms of the…
Internet radio service Sonicbox on Tuesday tapped Scott Smith CEO.
"Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher" is looking for a few outspoken millionaires. Fans of the latenight chatshow will have a chance to bid for a spot on the program beginning Jan. 12 on…