IMDb could be forced to show early on that it’s highly likely California violated the U.S. Constitution passing a law requiring it to remove ages from its database.
Warner Bros. says it’s finalized an agreement that would give it controlling ownership of the popular online producer for nearly $100 million.
If everyone agrees – and someone actually requests it – IMDb’s attempt to challenge a new California law would be brought into homes everywhere.
The movie database says the law violates free speech, and doesn’t actually help prevent discrimination against actors for how old they are.
YouTube Red is jumping into the streaming original content game as hard as it can, literally looking for a hit from the Jumper book series.
Google is strong in the Force.
Ever wish you didn’t send that last email? Well, if you’re a Gmail user, now you can change that.
You can watch the controversial film now from several different outlets!
SOPA seemed to die a quick death in 2011, but apparently some had put it on life support.
Could painful blood tests be a part of the past?
Google, Microsoft, and a handful of other companies are looking to throw out the old cookies in favor of a fresh recipe.
Google’s mysterious new company could be searching for a way to cure death. Whoa.
In the battle of Microsoft vs. Google, do the customers always win?
Have you tried them all?
Meet Jash, he’s good for a laugh.