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The Internet's biggest on-demand video service will stream movies from the indie film studio before any other pay-TV providers starting in 2016, the same year it kicks off a similar Disney deal.
Already popular with professional athletes, this quirky vertical training modality is making its consumer debut in a sunny beach town where appearances are everything.
Leaked from today's 404 show: why gay men are worth more on Facebook, Marshall amplifier beer chiller, Android phones and condoms, F-bombs, and HBO Go on Xbox Live!
After warning Web blacklists would end the "viability of the Internet," the Internet Society hires the Hollywood figure who defends them and accuses critics of spreading "misinformation."
roundup The Stop Online Piracy Act is intended to target "rogue" Web sites, but critics say it'll knock the stuffing out of legitimate sites as well.
Out to reassure the world that Netflix is back on track, CEO Reed Hastings sees his company and HBO becoming more and more alike.
One of two men charged with conspiring to breach an AT&T server and expose iPad customer data pleads guilty today in a New Jersey federal court.
Google's sales partners are eager to coax existing Google Apps customers to embrace the Chrome OS hardware as well. The pitch could be just the thing for business buyers.
Democrat-backed bill hands Homeland Security FCC-like regulatory power over tech companies, including authority to levy $100,000-a-day fines for non-compliance with cybersecurity directives.
Life at the Googleplex has grown a little more tense following the stunning admission that Google had been collecting personal data from Wi-Fi networks for years. How did this happen?