July 30- Apple Inc will launch the next generation of its Apple TV set-top box in September, with a new remote and support for Siri voice control, online publisher BuzzFeed reported on Thursday. The device will be launched with its own App Store and a software development kit for app developers, the website said. The iPhone maker was expected to unveil a new version...» Read More
The private-sale sites — a misnomer because most of these so-called exclusive sites are open to anyone who signs up — have become a thriving corner of online commerce., says the New York Times.
For 60 years, TV could be watched only one way: through the television set. Now, though, millions watch shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” on demand and online on network Web sites.
Two companies are trying to make money off Twitter by courting big business.
The effects of pornography on its viewers may not be as negative as widely thought, according to new research from the University of Montreal.
The online shopping season appears to be off to an encouraging start. According to analytics firm ComScore, spending on Cyber Monday, the first Monday after Thanksgiving, was up 5 percent from a year ago.
When Staples decided on its Black Friday specials this year, it knew the deals wouldn’t stay secret for long. In the Internet age, retail surprises are quickly becoming things of the past as ads leak online weeks before their official unveiling.
An encouraging sign that things are getting back to normal: "Greed" is making a comeback, and "cynical" thoughts are dwindling, according to Dictionary.com.
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Is Cyber Monday the last vestige of dotcom hype? The day never was the busiest online shopping day, but that doesn't mean it isn't a great day to grab a bargain — just not from work this year.
The numbers are in and they are painting some intriguing sub-stories for Black Friday shopping for the likes of Apple, eBay, Amazon and so many others.
Today I am at a ginormous 600,000 square foot facility in Phoenix, where Amazon.com packages up small items for shipping.
With 15 million people unemployed in this country, one man proves all it takes is a little creativity to make your own six-figure job. He's getting paid just to get dressed in the morning.
A consortium of magazine publishers including Time and Condé Nast plan to jointly build an online newsstand for publications in multiple digital formats, according to people with knowledge of the plans.
While some shoppers slip out of bed in the middle of the night, slide into their track shoes and get ready to run for the Black Friday sales, some banks are hoping to get them limbered up for another event: savings.
Eric Schmidt, the chief executive of Google, visited the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad and announced his company would create a virtual copy of the museum’s collections at its own expense, and make images of four millenniums of archaeological treasures available online, free, by early next year.
Ebay has been showing signs of improving business trends, and now some investors are betting on a New Year's rally.
Just about every major studio is developing 3D movies nowadays, and DreamWorks Animation for one says every single production it does will be 3D. No surprise there. What might surprise you is how quickly this kind of technology is coming to your living room.
As we head into the holiday shopping and entertainment season, a funny thing is happening to Hollywood and Silicon Valley heavyweights. Once rivals, they're now key partners in a new kind of "if you can't beat 'em join 'em" approach to digital entertainment.