Amazon is trying to bring back the once-popular subscription-based book model, offering Kindle owners a way to subscribe to serialized novels.
Tom Lesinski, president of Paramount Digital Entertainment, is bullish on Web video and believes the platform is an untapped goldmine for the big studios.
Amazon's new tablet lineup aims to lure away would-be Apple iPad buyers with both 7- and 8.9-inch models and price tags ranging from $199 to $499.
Anyone can send unlicensed users a takedown notice, but the only way to collect damages for a violation of your copyright on the images, videos, and other items you post is to register them with your friendly local copyright office.
What? No more "Dog the Bounty Hunter" or "Ice Road Truckers" on Netflix? Netflix seems much more interested nowadays in dramatic serials than unscripted fare.
Hang onto your fur -- there's going to be a new Star Wars film in cinemas every summer, with spin-offs in the years between Episodes.
The hoopy froods at Google have created an interactive tribute to the great man, who would have been 61 today.
The new Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE tablet, which will run consumers $499 without a data plan, moves Amazon from the low end of the market onto the iPad's turf.
HBO locks up the studio's movies well into the next decade. Anyone hoping Netflix might offer films from more of the top studios during the pay-TV window should probably lower expectations.
The three new Kindle Fire HD tablets are the latest example that Amazon isn't interested in making money off of its hardware, a far cry from Apple's strategy.