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New York Times to Introduce Digital Paywall on March 28th

On March 28th, the New York Times will begin charging all but the most infrequent users to read articles online. Under the plan, users will be able to read 20 articles per month at no charge. Once they click on the 21st piece, however, they'll be presented with three payment options: $15 for four weeks a month of online and mobile app access, $20 for access to the site and the iPad app, or $...

Study Finds That Readers Don't Read Print Media, But Don't Trust Online News, Either

As print journalism continues to die a slow death, consumers are flocking to the Internet to get their news. According to a recent study, though, people are still having a hard time trusting what they read online. A report from the Center for the Digital Future at the University of Southern California finds that more than 75-percent of users rank the Internet as the most important source of inform...

Google Introduces Fast Flip, a New Way to Read News on the Web

Yesterday, Google debuted its 'Fast Flip' feature, a news hub that simulates the experience of flipping through a newspaper or magazine. The site, part of the experimental Google Labs, lets readers view articles from over three dozen major publishing outlets. Thumbnails of stories load extremely fast, and the site's design, like that of most Google sites, is sparse and simple. Likely to contribu...

ESPN Recommends Dropping HDTV to Weather Tough Economy

Wait a second, read that headline again. Got it? Has it sunk in? Awesome. ESPN, the self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports and true pioneer in getting even some of the most obscure events known to man in HD, has let DJ Gallo go right off the deep end. In an article titled "Financial tips for sports fans in a troubled economy," he first recommends to sell your old playing cards -- you know, s...

The Best Shows to Watch in HD This Fall

Now that that Fall 2008 HDTV schedule is well underway, 'Sound & Vision' has had time to investigate which shows are best for showing off your new flat-panel / surround sound system. Sure, we know you're still interested in those far-fetched "plots" and "story lines," but what about tickling your retinas and eardrums with the best TV has to offer? We'd rather not give away any surprises, but...

Which Airlines Allow Online Porn?

We've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of in-flight Wi-Fi here in the U.S., and just when it was starting to get to the point where we could finally expect to get our surfing on at 30,000 feet, a whole new controversy springs up that has everyone wanting to shut the tech off again. The issue is people surfing questionable (a.k.a. porn) content while flying the friendly skies, and different airl...

WhereverTV Brings International Channels To Your TV

Not only is this thing powered by Neuros, it even resembles the Neuros OSD. Announced today at the SINO Consumer Electronics Show, the brashly named WhereverTV acts as a liaison between your Internet-connected PC and TV, delivering "hundreds of live international television channels in more than 40 languages from almost 100 countries around the world." The 5- x 5- x 1-inch box must be simultane...

Internet Turning Into a Boob Tube of Sorts, Survey Says

Way back in the day (a whole four years ago) the Internet was primarily a tool of communication -- e-mail, message boards, instant messaging. Then somewhere along the way things began to change. Content became king. A study conducted by Nielsen/NetRatings over the past four years has shown that almost half our Internet lives are now spent devouring content (like this blog). Since 2003, the perc...