Amazon has announced a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. TV.
BBC and NHK will use the world's only Super Hi-Vision equipment to film a variety of Olympic sports and broadcast them to the public.
Google's 1Gbit-per-second broadband network is ready...if you live in Kansas City, that is.
Seven-inch tablet rumors are hot right now. Here's the latest one: Barnes & Noble will release a new Nook tablet with a "revolutionary" screen.
The office supply chain expects to ship the tablet on July 12. It's selling only the 16GB version--for $249.
Best Buy is reportedly trying out a new look: a smaller, friendlier outlet strongly influenced by Apple's retail stores.
Google will be closing iGoogle, Google Video, Google Talk Chatback, Google Mini, and the Symbian Search App in the near future.
Hewlett-Packard's first Windows 8 tablet will be a business-oriented slate running an x86 CPU, not a consumer product running Microsoft's upcoming Windows RT operating system, the company has announced.
Google says its Nexus 7 is thin and light, and it is correct.
Intended to be a green gesture, the event was canceled after a loud outcry from printing industry trade groups, which called it "ill-conceived."
The trend toward mobile video viewing will no doubt continue as more consumers buy tablets, Wi-Fi hotspots proliferate, and cellular carriers upgrade networks.
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