Industry groups said the president’s call to open up cable boxes shows disregard for the FCC rule-making process.
The video-streaming giant is expected to report a huge jump in international subscribers Monday thanks to a major push into new territories.
The streaming video giant led by CEO Reed Hastings is finally raising prices on longtime subscribers, but it offers a lower-tier plan.
The Seattle tech giant reportedly is hosting leaked data, but getting at the information won’t be easy for law enforcement.
Updates to Airbnb’s terms of service expand its privacy provisions and strengthen its ability to mitigate legal disputes.
Mashable, an 11-year-old technology news site, said Thursday it received $15 million in new funding led by Turner.
Privacy groups say their warnings about the potential abuses of face-recognition technology are not being heard.
“Cord-shaving” is a growing trend in pay TV, and some of the most popular networks face the biggest threat.
Vendors of free daily papers would disappear from New York City subway stations if a proposal wins approval.
The publication said Thursday it will cut 250 jobs, including 100 editorial positions, in order to break even.
Nolan Bushnell, the video game pioneer behind “Pong” and Atari, spoke with International Business Times about where the industry is heading.
Fledgling internet provider Starry spoke with International Business Times at SXSW about its ambitious plans to upend the broadband industry.
Kodak Alaris, an Eastman Kodak spinoff, wants to redefine the brand in the age of Instagram, minus the data-mining.
A top executive at Adblock Plus on Friday vigorously defended a program that “whitelists” publishers for a fee.
Google this week became the latest Silicon Valley tech giant to get sued by an Illinois resident over face-recognition technology.
Discussions around the tech company's standoff with the FBI were largely positive Wednesday, according to one analysis.
Thanks to the latest “Star Wars” epic, CEO Bob Iger has Disney’s finances back on track. But the company’s ESPN property remains a worry for investors.
Two years after a Raiderette lawsuit targeting the Raiders kicked off a debate on cheerleader pay, some say the battle has only begun.
The cable giant is expected to show a rise in subscribers when it reports Q4 earnings Wednesday, but a loss of 115,000 for 2015.
In 1971, hairdresser Suzi Ronson had a client whose son David needed a trim. The rest is pop-culture history.