Will the web titan's lobbying efforts to implement DRM in HTML5 video standards cause #CancelNetflix to be the next #DefeatSOPA?
The supergroup Atoms for Peace featuring members of Radiohead and the Red Hot Chili Peppers is backing live streaming service Soundhalo after pulling from Spotify.
Arrested Development and House of Cards get the first nominations in major categories for online-only programming.
The dangers of a technology that is a little too good at recognizing things.
Yahoo is in the process of recycling unused usernames from decades past and opening them up to active users looking to get the username of their dreams.
Artists should work to reinvent a broken system, not translate it.
How could a film about sharks in tornados with a huge social media buzz not be a ratings boon? Because snark ≠ ratings.
At a press event Wednesday, T-Mobile announced a new program that lets people upgrade their phones twice a year as well as further expansion of its LTE network.
Keep Big Brother at bay with this surprisingly design-minded encrypted mobile app.
Large companies like Google can pay the popular ad-blocking extension AdBlock to let their ads through.
Google Readers is RIP on July 1, but after extended test runs with various Reader competitors we've found the perfect replacement in Feedly.
Samsung gave the American press limited access to some of the new Galaxy devices debuting at their London event aimed at the global market.
Yahoo's plan to recycle old unused email addresses has come under criticisms for potential use by identity thieves. Will Yahoo's security measures be up to the task?