Google-owned YouTube is seeing "accelerating" growth despite competition from Facebook and others in video, YouTube chief executive Susan Wojcicki said Monday.
Comcast, the country's largest cable company, is offering its own online video alternative as people spend fewer hours watching live TV and more time using tablets and phones for entertainment.
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Verizon is launching a mobile video service this summer that would show sports, concerts and other types of content.
Google is willing to store and organize all of the world's digital photos and videos for free.
Spotify is coming to the PlayStation, replacing Sony's own Music Unlimited service, as the company continues to expand the game console into an entertainment hub beyond video games.
Netflix is ramping up efforts to conquer the world with its streaming video service, even as competition is heating up in the growing market for Internet television.
The streaming service Netflix wants to make Sony's "The Interview" available to its 53 million worldwide subscribers, Netflix's chief content officer said on Wednesday.
Twitter is trying to make it easier for victims and witnesses of online harassment to report it.
The music industry's move toward paid subscription services, and away from discs and downloads, has been underway for several years.