A new player offers high definition for a low price.
The company’s widget platform is in stark contrast to Google’s set-top box approach.
HTML5 is changing the look of Web video, but can it edge out Flash?
A Yahoo Research tool mines news archives for meaning–illuminating past, present, and even future events.
A startup provides free access to real-time data from the social Web.
Companies struggle to balance copyright technologies with players’ interests.
The company has many social projects, but may struggle to improve on Facebook.
New attacks highlight the growing threat to smart phones.
Mobile carriers might get marketing insights from studying whom you call and what device you use.
A real-time auction system will create even more targeted ads.
A service for developers combines music recommendation and streaming.
The new generation of e-book reading gadgets will transform the troubled book, magazine, and newspaper industries. But it’s uncertain what that transformation will look like.
Twitter will have to overcome several challenges for the scheme to be successful.
Mining cell phone data could help target ads and rank local services.
Will China’s Web, like its larger economy, comfortably combine extraordinary growth with government repression?
Automatically tailored display ads could attract small businesses.
Senator Durbin promises legislation that would force companies to protect human rights.
Twitter plans to become the leader in instant news–and make itself into a sustainable business in the process.
But Amazon’s e-book dominance may be hard to change.
Twitter is pushing location-based tweets as user numbers reach 75 million.
“Journalism” and “the media” are not synonymous.
Plastic Logic’s e-reader features a touch-screen interface that lets users organize and search for files and annotate documents.