They won't have given up cable, but the fact that nearly half of Americans already feel comfortable regularly watching movies and TV shows on computers (in addition or as a replacement for cable) is a
Judge Says Tiny Social Media Company (1,200 Users) Can Sue Facebook (1 Billion Users) Over The Word 'Timeline'
Timelines launched a website called Timelines.com in 2009 that enables users to track historical events and their personal lives online. Two years later, Facebook Inc. launched a major new feature it "timeline,"
So far this offseason, the NFL has seen quite a bit of transition among its teams. The Chicago Bears have seen more than their fair share of transition, especially within in the past couple of months.
It will be sending out thousands of invites telling these lucky people that they can buy the Google Glass device for $1,500. Google just sent us a list of some of the winners along with the things they
Jelli, the radio startup offering local stations tools that allow their listener base to control the music selection and playlists, has just been awarded a patent on the concept of user-controlled broadcasting.
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While viewers enjoy promotions like free Star Trek and Kurosawa, Hulu's owners are once again considering selling the video streaming site. The last bit of news was that News Corp and Disney were considering
It's a very poorly kept secret that Intel is looking to bust in the pay-TV business. Rumors have been circulating since at least December that the chip giant is working on its own set-top box and hopes