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.
The software giant will provide Windows-on-ARM PCs to developers in an invitation-only distribution.
Sun, which had been partnering with Redmond's rivals in the Internet arena, will now distribute the MSN toolbar.
Hadoop is an open-source grid computing project, and demand for Yahoo's take on that software has led the company to make available its own code.
E-mails included names and partial passwords and directed people to a Web site or download software that dumped a Trojan on their computers for stealing data and disabling security software.
Company already has the dominant PC gaming platform. This approach will further cement games into the Windows user base.
Graspr has teamed up with Diet.com to distribute online video content across its entire network.
Brian Tong shows you how TubeMogul will get your videos out to the most eyeballs possible.
Amazon.com has signed a deal with Sony BMG and EMI to distribute out-of-print CDs from the likes of Cake and Joe Strummer, and will print the discs on-demand as customers order them
The Japanese electronics maker will pay a royalty to sell televisions under the Philips and Magnavox brand names.