Internet-based pay-TV will bring some consumer perks, but the biggest beneficiary may not be who you think it is - or want it to be.
Amazon is said to be meeting with a few of the big media companies, eyeing the possibility of licensing their TV channels, in a report that comes the same day Verizon makes a big step toward such a service.
A new report says that the video streaming service may be in talks with big name pay-TV providers to bring full seasons of TV shows to customer's cable set-top boxes.
The company's streaming service will be integrated into Virgin's service through TiVo set-top boxes.
PS3 users can get access to movies including "The Avengers" and "Skyfall." A separate app will launch for the PlayStation Vita in the coming weeks.
General agreement with content providers on contours of proposed service supposedly reached, yet some issues remain up for negotiation.
analysis Intel aspired to revolutionize cable and satellite with Web TV. Just because it failed doesn't mean Apple, Google, and the rest will too -- but they're no closer to a happy ending.
The New Zealand arm of Vodafone has bought out TelstraClear, including cable network Telstra Saturn, for NZ$480 million.
Bloomberg reports Time Warner Cable and other pay-TV operators are using tactics to staunch the spread of Web-based entertainment.
Apple files for a patent on an iMac that can turn into an iPad, and a laptop that can turn into an antique. Plus, Facebook privacy backlash. Again.