Tudou is a sprawling Chinese video website and a haven for free streaming TV, but a failure to keep it perfectly clear of porn may have spelled its doom at the hands of China's SARFT.
Video-sharing site scolded for insufficient censorship (mainly of porn), raises reportedly "the largest round of funding ever for a Chinese Internet company."
A Chinese agency promised to shut or punish video sharing websites for hosting prohibited material, but this was going on before the incidents in Tibet made a different agency's occasional blocking of YouTube famous.
The next-generation iPhone will be a "significant upgrade" and a "true world phone" offering both 3G and 4G compatibility, says Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu.
Chinese search provider Baidu to create new company to provide premium online video, trying to satisfy growing demand among users in China for high-quality video.
Illegal streaming versions of movies and TV series from Chinese video sites are even fueling viewers in the United States, where DVDs are no minor investment.
A week after the Sichuan earthquake lit up instant messengers and Twitter, Google statistics show a huge drop in searches during a national moment of silence.
A Jewish human rights group says the presence of terror and hate on the Web is steeply rising, thanks, in part, to the omnipresence of Web 2.0 tools.
Apple's giving developers a preview of the next version of Mac OS X today called Mountain Lion. The software, due out this summer, once again brings over features from Apple's iOS.
A group of venture capitalists size up the tech market's outlook for the foreseeable future in an economic downturn.