Comcast saw a backlash from both TV critics and subscribers in 2009, when its first TV Everywhere service, Fancast Xfinity Online, debuted. The service forced customers to install an application on their computers called Comcast Access before they could watch full-length episodes of programs. How far have authentication services come since then?
Adobe Systems has updated the end user licensing agreement for its Director 12 publishing platform, requesting that developers who leverage the software to create premium games for Apple's iOS award Adobe 10 percent of all earnings above $20,000.
Even though the wireless industry continues to grow at a brisk pace, there are plenty of examples of failures and misfires from companies of all sizes. This list serves to highlight some of the more interesting failed technologies in wireless.
What online video services made the biggest impact on viewers in 2012? We count down the top five in this special report.
This year, the Emmy award for prime time engineering was awarded to Adobe Pass, a product that lets consumers automatically log onto television programs on multiple IP-connected devices using an authentication process to prove they're actually paying customers.
In today's spotlight, FierceOnlineVideo gauges the potential that NBC's coverage of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London has to shatter online video and mobile viewing records.
As the Olympic Games prepare for the official opening ceremonies on Friday, July 27, it's clear that online video will play a bigger role in reaching viewers worldwide than it ever has before. But how well will it accomplish that task?
Adobe Systems ( Nasdaq: ADBE ) said Tuesday that it has appointed Comcast Ventures ( Nasdaq: CMCSA ) senior VP Amy Banse and Cisco ( Nasdaq: CSCO ) EVP and CFO Frank Calderoni to its board of directors.
Mozilla stepped into the spotlight last month when it announced its first ecosystem partners for its HTML5-based mobile operating system, Boot to Gecko. But, there are still many unanswered
Apple ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) has reportedly hired formed Adobe executive Todd Teresi as its new vice president of its iAd platform. According to Bloomberg, which cited unnamed sources, Teresi will serve under