The company is reportedly planning to launch its on-demand streaming service in India later this year.
Episodes of the new Trek show will be streamed to viewers around the world the day after their US debut.
In a battle over an email account, a federal appeals court says the government can't use a US warrant to demand data stored outside the United States.
The company is trying to reimagine itself as a nerve center for music video culture, overhauling its app (again) to give its identity more edge.
Ori isn't available to the public yet, but its three-in-one room design is a reflection of the rise of micro-apartments in major cities.
NextVR teams up with Major League Baseball to show the T-Mobile Home Run Derby in virtual reality for the first time.
Google's Cloud Platform unit buys up Anvato, a firm that helps entertainment and other companies deliver their video to the masses, regardless of the gadget a viewer is using.
On today's show Anthony Carboni stops by to talk podcasting and "What's News" on Comic-Con HQ. He's not nearly the monster Jeff said he was...or is he?
Subscription video-on-demand services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu are now in as many US households as digital video recorders.
Drivers can now play Pandora through the ride-hailing company's driver app, ahead of a plan to roll out Pandora for riders in Uber cars too.