The updated site introduces a storefront and collections of films to make it easier for viewers to find -- and pay filmmakers directly -- for videos that interest them.
After the hullabaloo raised by Regretsy's April Winchell over PayPal freezing her charity funds, one would think that the company ought to revise its operating policies. Instead, it's at it again.
The new social-networking site acts as a way to let nerdy boys pay cute girls for their attention. What could possibly go wrong here?
CEO says Jango Airplay has quality-control measures in place to make sure listeners aren't bombarded with junk they don't want to hear. But it's still pay-for-play, and I wouldn't pay.
Pay-for-play has been around ever since the first kid in a garage wanted a quick and easy way to become a rock star. It never works.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains the ins and outs of the FCC's plan to regulate the Internet and why it's such a high-stakes proposition.
Authoria CEO Tod Loofbourrow writes that with the U.S. in the middle of a talent crisis, too many companies are being tempted to overpay.
The video giant already attracts a billion unique visitors monthly, but will those users pay to play? YouTube gave CNET an exclusive demo of streaming service Music Key.
In attempt to keep Net open to all, bill would require FCC to adopt rule that prevents formation of so-called "Internet fast lane."
The man behind "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and the "Avengers" films has a new supernatural drama out on Vimeo.