A Netflix app for the iPhone could allow you to stream movies directly to your phone, but Netflix wants to know whether there's actually an audience on the other side of those 3.5-inch screens.
If talks break down, Google may face yet another lawsuit fueled from the deep pockets of media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
A new deal has landed Google one more vital ingredient for its stew of real-time updates, but a majority of Facebook's overflowing content cauldron still remains out of reach.
Cat anecdotes, retweets and shameless celebrity stalking are alive and well. According to Twitter, its users barrage the Web with 50 million tweets per day, and users continue to pile on.
With Avatar being such a success, 3D movies are the next big thing. But is your local movie theater ready for them?
Not content to express their discontent in 140 characters on Twitter, angry Gmail users have piled onto a class action lawsuit led by a Harvard law student.
Engineers behind the latest in on-screen technology and innovation are honored by the Motion Picture Acadamy.
A couple new music sites are offering music for free to those willing to listen to an advertisement. Will it work this time around?
Parents of a student in Pennsylvania claim their school district exercised direct control over embedded webcams in a school-issued laptop to spy on their son.
Winning a silver medal on the moguls hasn’t allowed Australian skier Dale Begg-Smith to forget his past as a spam mogul.
A new site twists around playful social networking tools to point out how they could be used for less innocent purposes.
A new ruling reinforces the notion that schools can't punish students for comments made in off-campus forums like Facebook.
Apple is trying to lower its TV-pricing for on iTunes to prep for the iPad.
CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. explains how the e-book fracas could help the music industry.
We roundup the best tech commercials from Super Bowl 2010.