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Imitation Game tops 2011 Black List
December 12 2011 3:43 PM EST
The Imitation Game, Graham Moore's story of a British World War II cryptographer who poisoned himself after being criminally prosecuted for being gay, tops this year's Hollywood Black List of best unproduced scripts of 2011.
Netflix Stock Jumps on Verizon Buyout Rumor
December 12 2011 1:40 PM EST
Netflix shares are up strongly on speculation that Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) might buy the company to enter the streaming video business.
Green Monday 2011: Deals from Amazon.com, Target.com, Verizon + More
December 12 2011 11:45 AM EST
Green Monday 2011 deals from Amazon, Target, Verizon and more!
Angry Birds Rio, Online, Barnes & Noble, iPhone -- Rovio Game is Red-Hot
December 11 2011 2:07 PM EST
Angry Birds was the first game released for Apple's iOS system in December 2009, and since then it has sold millions of versions. Players of the game use a slingshot to launch the round, red, wingless birds at pigs on or within different structures with the aim of destroying all on the playing field.
Apple iPhone, iPad: Angry Birds Most Popular Paid-For App 2011 (Complete Lists)
December 09 2011 9:08 AM EST
Facebook was the top free app for the iPhone in Apple's store thus far in 2011, and Twitter, Skype and Groupon were also among the Top Free iPhone Apps.
Can Streaming Cure the CW's Ratings Woes?
December 08 2011 9:23 PM EST
Third in a series on fall ratings gainers and losers.
Kurt Sutter on the season 4 finale of Sons of Anarchy
December 07 2011 8:33 PM EST
Sons of Anarchy wrapped its fourth and most successful season Tuesday night, and SAMCRO leader, well, now former leader, Clay (Ron Perlman) managed to end the season alive, but stripped of his SAMCRO president patch by new leader Jax.
VOD distributor Gravitas Ventures eyes China with new unit
December 07 2011 8:07 PM EST
Video on demand supplier Gravitas Ventures is expanding its international operation with an eye toward Asia.
Video Streaming: Verizon's Potential Entry May Hurt Netflix
December 07 2011 7:32 AM EST
According to Jeffries, Verizon Communications Inc.'s (NYSE: VZ) standalone video streaming service, which is expected to launch in 2012, could be another potential competitor for Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX).
Exclusive: Verizon to take on Netflix with Web service
December 06 2011 3:21 PM EST
Verizon Communications Inc plans to launch a standalone service allowing customers to stream movies and television shows over the Web, in a fresh challenge to Netflix Inc and the traditional cable TV business, according to several people briefed on the plan.
Xbox live unveils latest cable challenge
December 06 2011 1:37 PM EST
Microsoft is the latest technology giant to storm cable's barricades.
USPS Ends Next-Day Mail: The Impact for Consumers and Companies That Depend on it
December 05 2011 7:37 PM EST
The United States Postal Service announced steps Monday to eliminate its next-day delivery of First Class mail in an effort to avoid bankruptcy in 2012.
Microsoft Xbox TV: A Platform That Answers to Motion, Voice Commands (VIDEO)
December 05 2011 2:27 AM EST
The interface will be available on Tuesday.
Why Netflix is Broken and How to Fix it
December 01 2011 6:57 AM EST
Netflix, the online DVD rental firm, is in trouble as it is losing subscribers since it raised its prices in September, a move that will force it to spend more on marketing and report a loss in 2012, triggering investor concerns over its business model.
Nook Tablet or Nook Color?: Barnes & Noble Battle
November 29 2011 6:56 PM EST
If this is the year of the e-reader, then you might be wondering what the difference is between these two devices beyond the $50 price tag. The big difference is in the hardware. You get a faster processor with more memory, a better battery and more on board storage on the Nook Tablet.
Market Update: Dow, S&P Up on Positive Consumer Confidence Report, NASDAQ Down on Declining Tech Stocks
November 29 2011 1:28 PM EST
At mid-day Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 65.47 points to 11,588.48, up 0.57 percent from the previous session's close. The benchmark S&P 500 Index was at 1,198.66 points, up 6.11, or 0.51 percent. The NASDAQ index was down 0.28 percent, or 7.10 points, to 2,520.24.
Pre-Market NASDAQ Movers (MAGS, STX, CEDC, ONXX, GOLD, RIMM, TLAB, ASML, NFLX, MSFT)
November 29 2011 8:39 AM EST
The top pre-market NASDAQ Stock Market gainers are: Magal Security Systems, Seagate Technology, Central European Distribution, Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Randgold Resources, and Research In Motion. The top pre-market NASDAQ Stock Market losers are: Tellabs, ASML Holding, Netflix, and Microsoft.
S&P Cuts Netflix Credit Rating on Concerns Over Subscriber Growth, Content Costs
November 28 2011 6:20 PM EST
S&P cut the credit rating of the Los Gatos, Calif.-based company to BB- from BB. Its outlook remains stable.
Pre-Market NASDAQ Movers (MPEL, AMRN, DRYS, MU, NFLX, DNDN, SODA, GMCR, GOLD, GLBL)
November 28 2011 8:34 AM EST
The top pre-market NASDAQ stock market gainers are: Melco Crown Entertainment, Amarin, DryShips, Micron Technology, Netflix, Dendreon, SodaStream International, and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. The top pre-market NASDAQ stock market losers are: Randgold Resources, and Global Industries.
Amazon: Best Black Friday Ever for Kindle Family, Kindle Fire Bestselling Product for 8 Weeks Running
November 28 2011 8:09 AM EST
Amazon Inc. has announced that this Black Friday was the best ever for the Kindle family, as the Kindle Fire remained the bestselling product since its introduction 8 weeks ago.