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Changes in our shopping and leisure habits are disrupting stocks like crazy, says Jim Cramer.
With consumers trading content ownership for subscriptions in greater numbers, a game-download service for Xbox One users could prove successful.
An issue with Amazon's AWS led to issues all over the internet Tuesday.
Ajit Pai said that net neutrality has hampered the development of broadband networks, and that the expansion of next generation networks will be one of his top priorities.
But Target doesn't, which is clear when comparing their earnings.
Netflix just inked a deal that will allows its content to be bundled with broadband for the first time in New Zealand.
Amazon's movie strategy paid off with several big wins, while Lions Gate demonstrated the art of making midsize movies that play well with both critics and the public.
After Blackberry and Fitbit, which company will be blown off course by Apple?
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Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE:DLB) and LG Electronics (LG), today announced that the LG G6 smartphone will be the first mobile phone to support Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) technology.
Amazon made history this year as the first internet company to score an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, but it could soon be overtaken by Apple.
Tracy Morgan's 'Staying Alive' stand-up special will premiere on Netflix in May.
Apple's continued denouncement of Trump's policy agenda doesn't stand a chance of hurting the tech giant's bottom line.
The success of Apple's services businesses and hardware unit are intertwined.
The internet search giant is expected to report a decline in profit and revenue after today's market close.
'Jurassic Park' and 'Friday After Next' are just some of the titles coming to Netflix in March.
The technology giant, which is sitting on nearly $250 billion in cash, plans to leverage its Apple Music subscriber base.
Rather than solely battle the two titans for digital advertising, Vice has invested heavily in video for online, mobile and most ambitiously, television viewing.
This is in tune with FB's existing revenue strategy and meshes well with its growing interest in attacking the TV advertising market.
Snap's business model is based on the argument that young people are watching much less TV, preferring to spend more time on social media. But that claim may be overstated.
These former tech stars have ridden rocky waves to come out on top, rewarding patient investors along the way.
Cramer shares his views on how tired he is of hearing about Kool-Aid, and wonders if Apple could be valued as a consumer-products company one day.
The move would be a way to capitalize on Amazon's growing portfolio of premium content, but it's not necessarily a slam dunk.
Vantiv, Global Payments and other could look beyond tuck-ins to major consolidation.
A pair of new reports suggest Apple's business philosophy might be preventing it from making needle-moving acquisitions of big companies, as well as succeeding with Apple TV.