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  • Intel sells Internet TV business to Verizon

    Intel sells Internet TV business to Verizon
    Intel announced Tuesday that it has sold Intel Media, its Internet TV division, to Verizon Communications for an undisclosed amount. Intel Media launched to much fanfare in early 2013, promising to begin service by the end of the year. However, the...
  • 'Candy Crush Saga' registers for 'candy' trademark, takes on copycats

    'Candy Crush Saga' registers for 'candy' trademark, takes on copycats
    King, the developer of the ultra-addictive "Candy Crush Saga" video game, has registered for the U.S. trademark of the word "candy." King, which contends it possesses the trademark in Europe, is enforcing it against a few games that also use the word in...
  • Verizon Paying About $200 Mil for Intel's Internet TV Group: Sources

    Verizon Communications has agreed to buy Intel Media, the broadband-delivered TV technology and service that the chip maker never launched, for approximately $200 million, according to multiple sources familiar with the transaction. Originally, Intel was...
  • Airbnb discrimination? Study finds black hosts charge less on average

    Airbnb discrimination? Study finds black hosts charge less on average
    A recent study released by Harvard Business School professors says black hosts on Airbnb typically charge lower fees than non-black hosts for similar properties, signaling the black hosts may be facing discrimination through the online service. The...
  • Apple expands education content to Latin America, Europe and Asia

    Apple expands education content to Latin America, Europe and Asia
    The competition to get iPads and laptops into classrooms has been heating up over the last year. To make the iPad attractive to more educators, Apple has announced it will make its educational content even more widely available. On Tuesday, the...
  • Amazon Exploring Over-the-Top TV Service

    Amazon.com -- which has disrupted book publishing and retailing, among other industries -- now may be looking to rattle the cages of the pay-TV biz. The e-commerce colossus has approached entertainment companies about licensing TV channels for a...
  • Verizon to buy Intel's online TV unit for about $200 million

    Verizon Communications Inc. said it will acquire Intel Corp.'s online television unit in a deal that signals the growing importance of harnessing the Internet to deliver movies and television shows into the home. The transaction, valued at less than...
  • Is NFL calling an audible? Tarantino mad at script leak.

    Is NFL calling an audible? Tarantino mad at script leak.
    After the coffee. Before again trying to shake this cough. The Skinny: Got my power steering fixed. Nice not to have to feel like I did 50 push-ups after driving my car. Now I just have to get my health back! Wednesday's roundup includes Verizon's deal...
  • TV ratings: Fox's 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' surges against reruns

    TV ratings: Fox's 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' surges against reruns
    With nothing but reruns on CBS and no new "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," some TV viewers checked out Fox's comedy lineup Tuesday night.  Leading off prime time, the politically incorrect freshman comedy "Dads" drew an average of 3.8 million...
  • AOL to Buy Web-Personalization Startup Gravity for $90.7 Million

    AOL announced a deal to acquire Gravity, a startup that lets Internet publishers and advertisers target content based on users' tastes and online activities, for $90.7 million. By acquiring Gravity, founded by a group of former MySpace execs, AOL...
  • Pay-TV Prices Are at the Breaking Point -- And They're Only Going to Get Worse

    Cable and satellite TV bills have never been higher, and more mad-as-hell consumers are cutting the cord. And nothing, not even consolidation among operators, stands to reverse the trend. Several cable M&A scenarios are reportedly in play. Time Warner...