NEW YORK (Reuters) - YouTube, the largest video-sharing website, will show full-length television shows and films from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's archives in its latest step to boost advertising revenue by adding professional programing, the company t
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Having designed the networking protocols that launched the Internet, Vint Cerf now wants to put the same kind of robust communications network in outer space.
With the 50 Mbps connection users will be able to download a high-def movie (about 6 GB) in 16 minutes and a standard-definition movie (about 2 GB) in 5 minutes, says the company.
Though reports early last year said that a deal between CBS and Google for YouTube distribution had fallen by the wayside, the network's content will soon be available in full on the popular video site, complete with commercials.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger yesterday signed Assembly Bill 2433 and filled a significant gap in protection for anonymous speech online.
The Grid is the latest evolution of the internet and the world wide web and computer scientists will announce on Friday that it is ready to be connected to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Internet search-engine behemoth Google has announced it is closing its operations in Tempe, just two years after opening the site with the promise of hundreds of jobs.
A blogger claimed that someone photoshopped a lapel pin on John McCain during his appearance at Ground Zero. Who was at fault: the MSM or the blogosphere? Some nifty detective work by Stinky Journalism provides the answers to faux claims of fauxtogra
Sarah Palin’s Email hacker: The “hacker” from the group known as Anonymous was acting alone and didn’t hack Sarah Palin’s email account. DBKP Exclusively learns more about the mysterious male acting on his own.
Bavarian police searched the home of the spokesman for the German Pirate Party (Piratenpartei Deutschland) looking for an informant who leaked information about a government Trojan used to eavesdrop on Skype conversations.
WHEN Richard Tallent moved to a new home in Beaumont, Tex., he was eager to sign up for Internet service as soon as possible. Time Warner Cable, the local provider, was preparing to impose limits on its new customers’ Internet use.
The company is considering deploying the supercomputers necessary to operate its internet search engines on barges anchored up to seven miles offshore [maybe further, outside of territorial waters, away from governments].
The video-sharing service YouTube is banning submissions that involve "inciting others to violence," following criticism from Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.) that the site was too open to terrorist groups disseminating militant propagand
Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.
Opera last made headlines when it became the first Windows browser to past the demanding Acid3 test of internet compatibility.
When Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google Inc. on Sept. 7, 1998, they had little more than their ingenuity, four computers and an investor's $100,000 bet on their belief that an Internet search engine could change the world.
Google Inc is set to introduce on Tuesday a new Web browser designed to more quickly handle video-rich or other complex Web programs, posing a challenge to browsers designed originally to handle text and graphics.
Police arrested Ingushetiya.ru owner Magomed Yevloyev, taking him off a plane that had just landed. Police whisked Yevloyev away in a car and later dumped him on the road with a gunshot wound in the head, Khautiyev said.
A 27-year-old blogger suspected of streaming songs from the unreleased Guns N' Roses album "Chinese Democracy" on his web site was arrested by FBI agents on suspicion of violating federal copyright laws, and his bail was set at $10,000.
They are among a growing number of investigators who monitor how traffic is routed through countries, where Web sites are blocked and why it's all happening. Now they are turning their scrutiny to a new weapon of international warfare: cyber atta
Maybe you don't care about the doings in Washington, but you may want to know that Biden considers a lot of what you do care about criminal activity.
Recording industry and motion picture lobbyists are renewing their push to convince broadband providers to monitor customers and detect copyright infringements, claiming the concept is working abroad and should be adopted in the US.
Matt Blaze, a prominent computer security researcher, writes about an unfortunate decision restraining some MIT security researchers from giving a talk about security flaws in Boston’s subway system:
Weeks before bombs started falling on Georgia, a security researcher in suburban Massachusetts was watching an attack against the country in cyberspace.
There is a huge concern among talk radio that reinstatement of the Fairness Doctrine would all-but destroy the industry due to equal time constraints. Speech limits might not stop at radio. They could be extended to the Internet and “government dicta
In the end, it was hackers at DefCon that got hacked. After 3 days of software cracking duels and hacking seminars, self-described computer ninjas at the infamous gathering in Las Vegas found out their online activities were hijacked without them cat
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