(AP)—Netflix will offer closed captions on all TV and movie content by 2014 as part of a settlement with a deaf Massachusetts viewer who sued the company.
Swedish music streaming service Spotify said Wednesday the South Korean electronics giant Samsung would be first to offer its music catalogue on its Smart TVs in Europe.
Pandora Media shares plunged Friday after reports said Apple is in talks to license music for a rival online radio service.
The White House rolled out upgraded "apps" to stay in tune with smartphone and tablet lovers as the Democratic National Convention got under way on Tuesday.
British supermarket giant Tesco said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy London-based e-book firm Mobcast for £4.5 million ($7.1 million, 5.7 million euros).
(AP)—Amazon.com's Internet video library is gaining more box-office appeal under a licensing deal with Epix that threatens to undercut Netflix leadership in a growing market that's transforming the entertainment industry.
Text messaging, the simple telecoms service that turned into a global phenomenon, is under threat from free smartphone services and operators need to find alternative revenue streams, analysts say.
Internet music startup Spotify on Tuesday added a free radio service for iPhone or iPad users in the United States in a direct assault on locally loved Pandora.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) services are emerging in mobile devices, such as smartphones, equipped with an Internet connection.
(AP) -- Investors will be focusing on how many customers Netflix has been adding and how much money the company has been losing when the video subscription service releases its first-quarter results.