Net noise about season two of the Neflix hit show pile up like snow in a blizzard Thursday as people try to redefine "video on demand."
In cooperation with the Electronic Frontier Foundation and others, the free-software organization calls on the W3C to keep DRM out of Web standards.
Titles selected by Netflix for kids and families will now be available through the Netflix app on Microsoft's game console.
The new Apple TV is at the forefront of Apple's push to control the living room. We discuss the market with CNET Reviews editors John Falcone and Matthew Moskovciak.
For some, it was a banner year marked by accomplishment and new vistas. For others, 2011 turned into annus horribilis.
Giving its online apps catalog a refresh is one way that Microsoft is redoubling its efforts to keep Windows Phone in the mobile game. A year after launch, how good are the apps you can get?
But having a multitude of content delivery options for its content "keeps people honest," CEO Robert Iger says in an interview at D9.
Hackers are targeting everything from defense contractors (for obvious reasons) to PBS (for slightly less obvious reasons related to their journalistic integrity), and frankly, we were sad to hear that Tupac actually isn't alive somewhere in New Zealand. Also, my report from Area 51, what Apple will deliver at WWDC, and the best Lady Gaga/KFC chicken Photoshop we've ever seen. --Molly
By bidding on rights to Kevin Spacey's new show, "House of Cards," Netflix signals that it won't let big media stand in the way of the company acquiring content.
On today's show, the hosts attempt to unravel the mystery of the Facebook panic button, run down the top 10 rented Neflix movies, and geek out over Christopher Nolan's new movie Inception.