Hulu Plus, which launched as an invitation-only service in June, lets people watch current and back episodes from more than 45 shows from ABC, NBC and Fox.
'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' brought in $19 million this weekend. It edged ahead of the children's 3-D fantasy film 'Legend of the Guardians,' but Guardians may have longer legs.
Asking online users to pay for content hasn't worked so far, but iPads and smart phones may change their minds about the free Internet.
Hulu launched a $10 video subscription service on Tuesday but astonishingly paying subscribers to Hulu will get the same number of ads as users of the free Hulu website.
Sony's remake of 1984's 'The Karate Kid' debuted at No. 1 for the weekend with a whopping $56 million. Liam Neeson and 'The A-Team' couldn't compete.
The German government agency that is in charge of consumer protection may take legal measures if it finds the social network's changes to privacy controls don't meet German data-protection standards.
Hulu will offer more TV shows than before, but viewers will need to pay subscription fees to watch them.
MySpace has struggled to compete with Facebook and upstart Twitter in recent months. Now, the once reigning social media king will put its remaining clout behind MySpace Music.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that publisher HarperCollins is nearing an agreement to sell books on the rumored Apple Tablet.