Partnering with FremantleMedia Enterprises, the online video service looks to expand its user base by bringing its original programming to more countries around the world.
Richard O'Dwyer of TV-Shack fame will not be extradited to the United States to face copyright infringement charges, and will pay compensation instead.
The British government department has said that the Home Secretary, who has the power to block extraditions, will not intervene in the matter of the U.S. request for Richard O'Dwyer.
We the People platform quadruples the number of signatures required on petitions before they merit the Obama Administration's attention.
British accounts say the social network paid taxes on only 11 percent of its sales. It could do this because its European headquarters are based in Ireland, which has lowered tax incentives.
A week after Apple was told by a U.K. judge that it must publicly admit Samsung did not copy the iPad, Apple is granted a stay on the ruling -- for now.
Get ready to scream with the new webseries. Director Richard Martin and actor Julian Curtis talk to Crave about ghosts, the paranormal, and what attracted them to the hilarious horror comedy on Geek & Sundry.
HP does need to shrink to boost its profitability -- but, more important, it also needs to reinvest the savings in more lucrative markets. If it can find them in time.
Ninety-five percent of cameras today use Secure Digital memory cards. So why do CompactFlash allies think their format still stands a chance?
If you were still wondering whether the iPhone had made a significant mark on society, news that London's Kensington and Chelsea College has a course offering students the ability to learn iPhoneography (the art of taking photographs with your iPhone) should be enough to answer the question.