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Netflix and Amazon both want to be the company that captures your kid's screen time this summer.
The BBC's young accelerator program, called BBC Labs, has launched its latest batch of London digital media startups. A photographer says BuzzFeed should pay copyright damages not only for an unauthorized photo that appeared on its site -- but for the dozens of other sites on which the photo appeared. Thought there was no money in producing original content for YouTube's audience? The folks at Bedrocket Entertainment beg to differ -- and just invested in What's Trending. As the Apple ebook pricing trial enters its final week, much of SVP Eddy Cue's testimony Monday focused on Steve Jobs' involvement with the launch of the iBookstore. Watch the paidContent Live panel discussion featuring Pearson Education, the world's leading learning company, as they discuss their API strategy and how they are breaking the silos between business strategy and technology to create a compelling, consistent and digital experience. Some critics of the recent NSA surveillance stories by the Guardian and Washington Post say the reports are filled with so many errors that they amount to "journalistic malfeasance. Kids love their characters, and Netflix is hoping they love their new Netflix programs just as much.
No, your ISP isn't intentionally slowing down your YouTube or Netflix video streams. But it may also not exactly be helping to get them sped up. Want to see what Digg's RSS reader will look like when it comes in beta form next week? The company released a few more details and photos of the news reader for desktop and mobile.