U.S. regulators are recommending AOL Time Warner Inc. be allowed to offer advanced instant messaging services even before it makes its systems work with those of rivals, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
Michael Weisman may not be a household name in his own hometown, but to people in the Netherlands, he is a TV star. He is one of a growing number of people creating their own programming and putting it on cable, satellite and the Web as live streaming video.
TiVo on Monday said it agreed to allow subscribers to America Online's Internet system to program their home TiVo television recording service remotely, via a Web site.
DoubleClick and MaxWorldwide plan lawsuits against each other over the sale of DoubleClick's media business last July, according to a regulatory filing.
EBay and MSN announced a marketing deal on Thursday that will prominently display the auction giant's listings on the results pages of certain matches.
Like it or not, television commercials are coming to your desktop.
The U.S. House of Representatives begins its Passion play Tuesday to convince voters it is earnest about passing anti-spam legislation before the end of the year.
For a lot of people, online dating still conjures up visions of the uncouth and unattractive trawling the Internet looking for unsuspecting singles who would never go out with them in the real world.
Online advertising, with the help of traditional brick-and-mortar companies, is staging a comeback -- emerging from the prolonged dry spell that followed the dot-com bust, industry watchers say.
Loss-making Scandinavian airline, fighting to retain valuable business customers, on Wednesday formalized a deal with Boeing Co. giving its long-haul passengers fast in-flight wireless Internet access beginning next year.
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