Rhapsody adds European Napster to the American Napster properties acquired last October
Online content-streaming site rounds out a tough 2011 by performing better than analysts expected
Web companies running afoul of laws proposed in Europe could be fined up to 2% of annual net income
One of the biggest DOJ cash forfeitures in history was aided by convicted con man working with feds
A YouTube claiming to be from Web activist group Anonymous has been disavowed by AnonOps Twitter
In its first $40+ billion quarter, Apple blows every expectation out of the water
New study shows 13 to 31 year olds are less responsive to TV ads
MegaUpload's eccentric boss claims his file-sharing site is like YouTube, "promotes creativity"
The stats for daily YouTube views just keep going up, but will smart TVs break the streak in 2012?
New findings show that number of American adults using tablets jumped to 19%
Barnes & Noble's shares have dropped 17% since all the talk of spinning off the Nook started
Due to massive backlash, Congress indefinitely shelves controversial legislation
Popular file-sharing company shut down by US Justice Dept., prompting biggest ever Anonymous attack
The SOPA/PIPA protest elicited huge online response, Mark Zuckerberg's first Tweet since 2009
Actor Jude Law among those who receive settlement from UK News Corp Division, News International