News Corp. plans to offer full versions of selected Fox television shows via MySpace and the Web sites of local Fox affiliate stations after the episodes are first broadcast.
A new survey conducted on behalf of PopCap Games estimates more than 100 million women play casual games - and many prefer casual games to TV.
A new report from Telecom,Media and Finance Associates, Inc. indicates that deployment of in-flight cellular service may not show a good ROI.
A recent study shows that families are using technology to reinforce 'traditionl' value. Are you?
A new study from Parks Associates finds social networking sites are a strong distribution channel for online video.
Moving further into the user-generated video space, Yahoo has acquired video editing and mashup site Jumpcut.
MySpace has teamed up with Declare Yourself to provide voter registration information to MySpace users in both English and Spanish.
TBS - you know, the "very funny" cable network - has teamed with ViTrue - will be soliciting user-generated video for its new "Funny or Not?" online community.
Microsoft's MSN Video has inked a multiyear deal to Webcast live concerts from Control Room, the producers of laster year's Live 8 concert series.
Volkswagen of America will be working with Intel to develop open standards for connecting mobile electronics devices to vehicles.
Japan's Sharp Corporation announced today it has developed an LCD display which can show different images to viewers at three different angles.
Surprise! Americans love TV. According to Nielsen Media Research, the average American home tunes to television more than 8 hours a day, and has more TVs than people.
Campus-oriented online social networking site Facebook announced today that it's opened its pages to anyone with a valid email address.
Microsoft spin-off Wallop aims to give MySpace, FaceBook, and other social networking sites a kick by letting users creatively "mod" their pages with add-on functionality.
Symantec's latest Internet Threat Report finds phishing schemes are becoming increasingly sophisticated, while the number of new browser vulnerabilities has increased.