By Jennifer Martinez - 05/06/13 12:43 PM EDT
Conde Nast, The Wall Street Journal and other media companies have prepared a slate of original Web programming to appeal to advertisers, according to The New York Times.
YouTube may launch a paid subscription service for some of its channels as early as this week, CNET reports.
An Internet sales tax bill set to pass the Senate on Monday faces a bumpier road in the Republican-controlled House, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The European Commission told Google-owned Motorola Mobility that it may be abusing its market position by seeking an injunction against Apple in Germany over standards essential patents, Reuters reports.
Anwar al-Awlaki, an al Qaeda-affiliated cleric who died in a drone strike in 2011, still has influence in cyberspace with his online publications and sermons, The Wall Street Journal writes.