YouTube is taking another step in transitioning from computer monitors to television screens by displaying its videos in full widescreen format.
Facebook has won its case against a Montreal spammer who bombarded users with explicit messages.
Bell Canada Inc. is not breaking any laws by slowing internet speeds and will be allowed to continue throttling its customers, the CRTC has ruled.
Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer said his company is no longer interested in buying all of Yahoo Inc., but told shareholders on Wednesday that Microsoft would still be “very open” to collaborating with Yahoo on web search technology.
Internet watchers are on the edge of their seats as the CRTC is set to make a landmark ruling Thursday on Bell Canada Inc.’s throttling of speeds.
With Jerry Yang quitting as Yahoo Inc.’s chief executive, the internet company’s board will confront pivotal questions as it looks for a new leader.
Yahoo Inc. co-founder Jerry Yang is stepping down as chief executive, ending a rocky reign marked by his refusal to sell the internet company to Microsoft Corp. for $47.5 billion US — more than triple Yahoo’s current market value.
Microsoft Corp. is revamping its online Windows Live portal into a full-blown social networking site along the lines of Facebook, complete with photo sharing, news feeds and an instant messaging service.
The world’s most popular video-sharing site, YouTube, is in talks to show full-length Hollywood films free over the internet.
Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. have scrapped their internet advertising partnership, abandoning attempts to overcome the objections of antitrust regulators and customers who believed the alliance would give Google too much power over online commerce.