Paramount Pictures has reached a deal with YouTube to provide movies for a new online rental service it is launching despite an ongoing copyright infringement dispute, the Wall Street Journal reports.
A new Carnegie Mellon study raises questions about the effectiveness of the Digital Advertising Alliance's self-regulatory privacy program, AdWeek reports.
Google has released more details on its augmented reality glasses, which provide the user with information about what they are seeing ahead of them, the BBC reports.
More than 1 million cable and other pay TV subscribers have dropped those services in favor of online video options from Netflix and providers, Bloomberg reports.
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