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U.S. and British officials argued against global regulation of the Internet on Tuesday, telling an international conference in London that transparency, diversity and innovation on the Web are key to the prosperity and freedom it brings.
Rdio, an all-you-can-listen music service, is launching in Brazil under the brand Oi Rdio, in partnership with Brazil's largest telecommunications company, Oi.
The Wall Street Journal remains the No. 1 newspaper in the U.S with average weekday circulation of 2.1 million, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
Circulation at The New York Times soared in the latest six-month reporting period because the Times now charges for access to its website and people who sign up are counted as subscribers.
The nation's biggest movie studios have won a copyright infringement lawsuit against video-streaming startup Zediva Inc.
An Oregon senator who was behind a 1996 federal law that has made content-sharing services such as YouTube and Facebook possible is among three recipients of Pioneer Awards from a leading digital-rights group.
The first two phones to run on AT&T's new high-speed data network will go on sale Sunday.
Americans' spending on home videos has finally emerged from the recession _ helped by more purchases of higher-priced Blu-ray discs and greater outlays on cut-rate rentals from Netflix and Redbox.
Toyota will start selling robots that help the sick and elderly people walk and balance themselves better, aiming for commercial products sometime after 2013.