Hulu is reportedly looking to bolster its current lineup of on-demand replays of popular television content by offering viewers the opportunity to watch shows live as their air. Naturally, the option would come at a premium.
In December of last year, Gizmodo and Wired acquired evidence that reportedly identified Australian businessman and computer scientist Craig Steven Wright as Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonym associated with the creator of Bitcoin. It now seems that the reports were accurate,…
Rovi has agreed to purchase TiVo, best known for its line of DVRs, in a cash and stock deal valued at $1.1 billion, or $10.70 per share. Rumors of a pending acquisition date back more than a month.
Amazon on Thursday surprised everyone with impressive revenues and profit that sent shares climbing in after-hours trading.
Samsung appears to have made all the right moves with regard to its Galaxy S7 series of smartphones as the South Korean technology giant reported first quarter results that topped Wall Street estimates.
Valve has officially rolled out support for accepting Bitcoins through Steam.
A new study by the International Data Corporation (IDC) examining smartphone shipments during the last full quarter has shown that despite a slight decrease compared to the same period last year, Samsung remains on top, shipping over 30 million more…
Comcast is making a major change to its broadband data caps, one that will no doubt be welcomed news to cord-cutters.
Apple may have fallen on hard times this week but over at Facebook, the sky’s the limit. The social networking giant on Wednesday reported first quarter revenues of $5.38 billion which represents a 52 percent increase compared to the $3.54…
Comcast is reportedly holding talks to purchase DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc., makers of animated series like Shrek, Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda, according to sources familiar with the matter as first reported by The Wall Street Journal.
AT&T on Tuesday reported first quarter revenues of $40.5 billion, a healthy increase of 24 percent year-over-year which the telecom says is primarily due to its acquisition of DirecTV. All said and done, the company recorded profits of $3.8 billion,…
There’s billions of dollars to be made (and lost) in the autonomous vehicle sector. The problem? It’s still many years away, a realization that some of the world’s most influential companies want to expedite.
In January 2015, Timotheus Hottges, CEO of T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom, said he was intrigued by the idea of merging with Sprint. More importantly, he conceded that T-Mobile’s disruptive Uncarrier strategy wasn’t sustainable.
Nokia has made another acquisition today, announcing plans to purchase French digital health and wearables company Withings for €170 million (US$192 million) in cash. Subject to the usual regulatory approvals, the deal is set to close in early Q3, 2016.
Those in and around Silicon Valley are no doubt familiar with the massive white campus at 1090 E. Duane Ave., otherwise known as the headquarters of Advanced Micro Devices.
Valve has signed a deal with entertainment giant Lionsgate that brings more than 100 movies to its digital distribution platform.
During a recent conversation with a close friend of mine, I mentioned the fact that I’ve gone over my 300GB broadband data cap a handful of times since switching from AT&T U-Verse to Comcast for my home Internet needs last…
The gaming industry will generate nearly $100 billion in revenues in 2016 according to new data from market research firm Newzoo.
AMD’s share value is surging on news that it has licensed its x86 chip technology to a consortium of public and private Chinese companies.
Dish Network and Viacom have come to terms on a multi-year contract renewal that’ll ultimately result in select Viacom live and video-on-demand content making its way to Sling TV, Dish’s over-the-top Internet television service.
Visa, the world’s largest payments processor, has confirmed that chip-enabled cards flooding the US market are indeed effective at curbing fraud.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler back in January introduced a proposal that would give consumers more options when it comes to cable or satellite set-top boxes. As you likely know, consumers don’t really have much of a choice in…
San Francisco will soon require select building owners to install rooftop solar panels. The legislation, drafted by Scott Wiener, was unanimously approved by the city’s Board of Supervisors Tuesday evening according to The San Francisco Examiner.