Apple is teaming up with award-winning director Steven Spielberg for its first major push into TV programming.
Google announced new steps to help struggling news organizations Monday—including an end to a longstanding "first click free" policy to generate fresh revenues for publishers hurt by the shift from print to digital.
In the arms race for streaming supremacy, music and television services online have become more divided than ever.
Pandora is raising cash to help it take on Spotify and other streaming music services.
Apple said Thursday it has paid out more than $70 billion to app developers since opening its App Store in 2008, and that the ecosystem is still growing.
Microsoft on Wednesday launched a subscription service for Xbox, letting players pay a monthly fee for access to a library of videogames for its console.
Helping military families enjoy story time together was the inspiration for Caribu, an app enabling children and their loved ones far away to read together.
The New York Times said Wednesday it added more than 300,000 digital subscribers in the first quarter, helping the media group swing to profit.
Twitter confirmed Friday it is considering a paid subscription service that would give frequent users more tools to use the social network for marketing, journalism and other fields.
The Washington Post, purchased three years ago by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, will turn a profit in 2016 and expand its newsroom, defying the downward trend in the newspaper industry.