A new report from the University of Manitoba finds that people who troll on the Internet exhibit traits of "sadism, psychopathy, and Machiavellianism" in real...
Despite easy access to the internet, a majority of American adults still rely on television for the news
Ridley Scott's commercial company, RSA, will provide the filmmakers directing the short films, which will be distributed through the number one entertainment channel on YouTube
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Sen. Charles Schumer look forward to all of New York City having free Wi-Fi
A new Tumblr shows us. And Adele makes a mighty fine Mrs. Doubtfire!
Pete Wells' scathing review receives backlash from a number of notable tweets and publications.
NBC Universal, ABC, CBS and Fox requested an injunction against the streaming service
Could Newsweek have pivoted in time for the digital age? If not, then other newsweeklies like Time are probably destined to follow
Executives from Maker Studios, Bedrocket Media and NBC Universal's president of digital talked growing online video audiences and advertising revenue at TheGrill 2012
Ivi TV, an online service that offered subscribers packages of TV signals from broadcasters, wasn't able to override last year's ruling that shut it down
The whistle-blower site spent nearly $302,450 in the first six months of 2012, but only took in $40,230
Comcast will also continue offering its lower-priced, Internet-only broadband service for an additional year
Google, Apple, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, Fox, CBS, AOL and others paid nearly $185,000 for custom domain names
The record high shows slower growth compared to 2010
New York Times editors pin food, fashion and designs on the newspaper's new Pinterest site
Proposals by China, Russia raise fears of censorship, taxation
Marc Miller, the MPAA's new SVP, Content Protection, Internet will oversee the gency's worldwide online content protection enforcement strategies and operations
Gmail outage sends users scrambling -- "Add me on Facebook," suggests Justin Bieber in a tweet
Google co-founder Sergey Brin says that Hollywood "is shooting itself in the foot, or maybe worse" with its current anti-piracy lobbying
Paul Brigner, a tech officer who has left his post with the MPAA, explains how he changed his mind and why he now opposes SOPA...
Netflix and Hulu are convincing users to toss out their cable packages, according to a new study
Rotten Tomatoes is the best known of three movie review aggregators, but Metacritic and Movie Review Intelligence are increasingly in the mix
Days before the Super Bowl, a Michigan man was arrested for streaming live events, and 16 sites seized
MPAA chief Chris Dodd is earning $1.5 million to arm-twist Congress, but the powerful tech industry has other plans
MPAA responds to the White House's statement that legislation working its way through Congress must not curtail innovation or freedom of expression
Washington group finds complaints over two Congressional bills "completely unfounded and without merit”
"Need to find a better solution than #SOPA #DontBreakTheInternet," the Democratic House leader tweets
Thursday's vote could overturn new regulations that prevent ISP's from charging for premium service
The three-year agreement with CBS in Los Angeles includes increases in minimums and wages, among other items
Seek to revive PROTECT IP act, introduced in May but sidelined by Oregon senator