Can Microsoft really add 97,000 apps to the Windows Store between now and January 2013? Or is someone in Redmond doing some funny figuring?
Executives from the major media companies discuss the future of online video at a summit hosted by Beet.TV's Andy Plesser.
Yahoo Video streams surged 56 percent and unique users grew 35 percent in September, according to Nielsen Online.
Amazon VP Bill Carr announced yesterday that the retailer has agreed to start offering movies on UltraViolet, but for some reason didn't reveal the studio.
Former MarketWatch columnist who resigned last month receives funding from investors that include former MySpace chairman Richard Rosenblatt
Akamai's Net Usage Index shows a Tuesday night peak of 8.5 million-plus visitors per minute to online news venues. That's even better than March Madness.
In the manner of Facebook and Digg, the social-news application lets people see which stories their friends are commenting on and recommending.
Verizon is reportedly trying out Apple's tablet on its 3G network, but that doesn't necessarily mean Verizon iPads are imminent.
Speaking at OracleWorld, CEO Larry Ellison says the computer industry is more fashion-driven than women's fashion and cloud computing is simply the latest fashion.
Video search site launches a news video search feature, which tracks the content of news sources ranging from The Wall Street Journal to TMZ.