Forrester is one of the first market research firms to question the opportunities of paid video download services.
John Schneider, the actor who played Bo Duke in the Dukes of Hazzard television series, is giving Ebay another shot. He will be auctioning his 1969 Dodge Charger which appeared in the series as one of the famous “General Lee” cars. The previous winning bidder on Ebay refused to pay after claiming someone hacked into his account and fraudulently placed a nearly $10 million dollar bid.
One of Michael Dell's first computers is heading to the Smithosian's National Museum of American History, where it will share the company of an original IBM PC, a 1980s Mac, and Bill Clinton's saxophone.
Myspace has launched a new service that it hopes will cut back on copyrighted videos posted on the site.
Thailand has said it no longer wants to sue Google because of an offensive video someone posted that insulted the country's king.
Chicago (IL) – We recently were able to spend some time with AMD to learn more about its upcoming chip technologies. Not surprisingly, one focus was Fusion, AMD’s mysterious processor that will marry graphics and CPU in the 2009 or 2010 timeframe. We heard lots of buzzwords and did not see an actual product, but there was enough information to get a better idea of AMD’s plans: Join us for a closer look at what Fusion may look like in three, four years.
Fox and MySpace are teaming up to offer Super Bowl ads on the popular social networking site.
The buyer who bid nearly $10 million dollars for a replica of the famous General Lee from the Dukes of Hazard has disappeared.
Actor, director, and frivolous litigator Spike Lee has teamed up with an Irish Internet company to kickstart a new online video service.
In an inverted scene of the Time Warner vs. DirecTV battle earlier this year, satellite operator EchoStar has issued retaliatory remarks to Comcast ads that claim cable picture quality is better than satellite.
Microsoft is increasing its presence in the online video market, with an announcement this week that it has signed a deal with a production company for new web-only shows on MSN.
At an event in Las Vegas, LG Electronics today unveiled a refrigerator with a built-in HDTV, fixing the previously mutually exclusive combination of getting food and watching Legally Blonde in HD.
New research results presented today could bring companies such as Intel much closer to that goal of offering notebooks that achieve a battery running time of 8 hours and more.
Today was a big day for news about new high definition TV channels, with announcements and reports of six new networks headed to HD.
The world’s largest retailer Wal-Mart is converting some of its stores to solar power.