The crash of HBO's popular app and Web portal follows tribulations for live streams of the Oscars a week earlier.
HBO apologized to "Game of Thrones" fans who were hoping to watch the premiere on the company's streaming service.
Voice-recognition-software maker Nuance is licensing entertainment data from Rovi to stick in its platforms and applications for TVs, PCs, tablets and handsets.
CEO says slower subscriber growth in second quarter is seasonal but Wall Street isn't sure. Investors fear decline in growth tied to lack of streaming content and increased competition.
The carrier is hoping the promise of better video content on its mobile phones will get regulators to approve its pending spectrum and cross-selling deal with cable providers.
Several popular services don't work in many places outside the U.S., penalizing paying subscribers. This makes no sense in 2013. The services - and Hollywood - are to blame.
Cloud platform created by Hollywood has some momentum finally. HBO is relaxing licensing agreements with three Hollywood studios so they can offer content via UltraViolet.
Xbox or cable box? Whatever it is, the Microsoft video console that just licensed content from 40 TV content suppliers isn't a Netflix killer.