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analysis Netflix has an open invitation for US cable companies to combine its streaming television service as part of pay-TV offerings, but experts say the headway Netflix has made abroad will be hard to replicate here.
Video on the on-demand music service is a possibility, but Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says not for a long time.
Fox decides to implement an 8-day window and subscription authentication on its content across the Web ... which we know consumers love. No really, we love that. Meanwhile, patent wars continue to ruin smartphone innovation -- hopefully not so much that it prevents us from getting the transparent gadgets that some genius Stanford researchers. Also, Mango is coming!
Netlix says privacy concerns have prompted the company to cancel a contest that rewards technology that best predicts a user's movie-viewing preferences.
The two companies' earnings announcements show consumer spending is still going strong.
Across the globe, copyright owners are on the offensive and say jobs and the future of intellectual property is at stake. Can they do anything about it?
Reporter Elinor Mills takes a look at the controversy over how negative reviews appear on Yelp's consumer reviews site.