Homebodies, rejoice! Venture capital wants to make sure you never have to get out of your pajamas.
The electronics company sells off all its shares of the music-matching and streaming service to the Tribune Co.
The spat could mean some subscribers to the cable operator lose access to CBS's flagship broadcast network -- and all subscribers could lose Showtime. CNET distills the dispute into its basic parts.
The publisher of such big city dailies as the Chicago Tribune and Orlando Sentinel is said to be working with Samsung to offer free or low-cost tablets for subscribers.
This could well be a preview of Facebook's stock when its lockup agreement expires in a few months.
The company also says that it now has nearly 500,000 paid subscribers to its digital subscription packages.
The Philadelphia Media Network, owner of two newspapers and the Philly.com Web site, is now offering an Android tablet for $99 to anyone who signs up for a two-year subscription.
Huffington Post co-founder responds to attack by executive editor of The New York Times over accusations of "idea aggregation."
A man who works in a school claims the cell phone in his pocket was too close to his bottom and ends up calling his last-dialed number, his wife's. His wife hears gangster-like words and calls the police.
The Infinity Blade game for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch looks like it's heading to the iTunes store very soon, and we hope it will give us the buzz it gave Steve Jobs.