Yahoo has updated and rebranded its online video site, as the online media firm looks to take on Hulu and YouTube in the video-on-demand market.
With many users now having spent half a decade using Facebook, the social network has taken a more long-term and visual approach to the way it displays profile data. But is it really more usable? Has it managed to avoid a privacy outcry this time? We look at the video evidence…
Details of last week’s partnership between Facebook and Spotify have come to light, with new sign-ups to the music service required to be Facebook members.
Renren has bought online video sharing site 56.com for $80 million, as the Chinese social networking site looks to boost user engagement.
Sky is to test an online news and sports service next year, dedicated to local content from Tyne and Wear, as the broadcaster looks to capitalise on the demand for local online content and the lucrative online classifieds market.
OnLive, a new online gaming system that gives users access to next-generation games via the internet with no need for a console, has gone live in the UK.
Online video-sharing site Vimeo is launching a own music store to make licensing tracks more affordable.
In an example of ‘crowd-sourcing’ at its best, online gamers have solved an AIDS enzyme puzzle that has stumped scientists for nearly a decade, providing a break-through for potentially life-saving drug developments.
US DVD rental and streaming business Netflix is rebranding its DVD by mail service and adding the option of game rentals to its existing.
YouTube has added an editing tool, letting users make changes to their video clips after they have been uploaded.