The 50-minute film began stream today as a faux TV movie version to Donald Trump’s bestseller, ”The Art of the Deal.”
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s five-year imprisonment by the Taliban will be the focus of Sarah Koenig’s popular podcast “Serial.”
The “Evil Dead,” times two, for the scary edition of 5 things.
Three new miniseries launch on Vimeo. The Onion debuts celebrity news site StarWipe.
Find out how long it will take to read that book. The Everything Machine maker app lets kids build their own inventions.
NASA online exploration tools take virtual visitors to Mars. Aud.io delivers high quality Web audio.
“Kid Superheroes” Web videos star local YouTube favorites Jillian and Addie; StoryCorps launches an app for oral history projects.
The NPR One app offers tailor-made on demand listening to NPR programming. Fathom Events “Cast Party: Podcast Festival” screens July 28.
Grateful Dead’s final concerts will stream on YouTube; e-books from No Starch Press keep kids’ minds busy; Crackle rolls out new offerings.
Video-game giants look to the past to pave way to the future at industry gathering.
The Apple Music streaming service launches. Retrojam unearths the music of our youth. A Vimeo music documentary series debuts.
The Web documentary “Do No Track” follows our online footprints.
2015 Webby Award winners announced. History Channel launches Apple Watch-friendly app.
In the last decade, YouTube has changed our culture in many ways, including in Pittsburgh.
New website celebrates a century of Billie Holiday. “What Lives Inside” explores a father-son relationship, loss and healing.
The Urban Movie Channel and CONtv — serve African-American and sci-fi/horror audiences.
Get ready for the weekend with these things to check out.
“Subatomic” shines light on the role of photography in advanced research at CERN. Audible launches new interview series.
Plus: WQED spotlights the local Italian-American community; podcast listening on the rise; iHeart Radio website a hit; PBS KIDS on YouTube.
Stop-action “Slow Danger” is filmed in Pittsburgh. SLB Productions’ recorded oral history project Crossing Fences adds new communities.
The hacker group Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for disrupting the PlayStation Network and Microsoft's Xbox Live Christmas Day.
Mattress Factory launches a digital archive of its exhibits; Guinness World Records celebrates its 60th anniversary with a YouTube Channel.
The Fred Rogers Company launches Won’t You Be My Neighbor site. YouTube will add Music Key music streaming service.
Web series “Main” seeks to spark audience conversation and thought. Ellen DeGeneres launches video site. NPR revamps its music site.
Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” is back for a fifth season. USC study monitors daily rhythms of Internet usage.
Tech experts imagine the future Internet in new Pew Research Center/Elon University survey. Web comedies worth watching: “Starship Icarus”
The 2.0 version of “Disney Infinity,” featuring Marvel super heroes, is a significant, albeit expensive upgrade from last year’s original.
A Red Bull documentary explores video game music. “This American Life” launches “Serial” podcast. “Gilmore Girls” comes to Netflix.
“Sports Jeopardy!” debuts on Crackle while Garth Brooks launches an online music store called GhostTunes.
City of Asylum’s Digital Sanctuaries app and website looks at parts of North Side in a novel way. Streamy Awards ceremony set for Sept. 7.
A new version of the 2013 apocalyptic game featuring Pittsburgh is available for PlayStation 4 with updated graphics.
Timera photo app takes pictures of the past and present. NeonGrid gives digital content producers a place to list their credits.
The six developers from Carnegie Mellon University got to introduce their first video game, “Entwined,” in front of thousands at E3.
William Shatner hosts new Web series centered on wine. T-Mobile and Amazon roll out expanded online music offerings.
Season two of the Web series “While Waiting for Godot” is online. And new apps pinpoint happy hours and erase past social media activity.
Webbys 25 for 25 and Meme of the Year online poll. A mute button for Twitter feeds. How much time do you spend on Facebook?
Google's Street View travels back in time. HBO and A+E put more programming online. The Great Courses experiments with Netflix.
Webby Awards nominees announced. James Gandolfini biography audio book released. Zippo launches site for owners of lost lighters.
Recommended for music fans -- a digital version of the magazine Radio Silence, music service Bop.fm and the McIntosh AP1 Audio Player.
Web series "While Waiting for Godot" is a new take on Samuel Beckett's classic play. The TwitterFiction Festival is underway.
Online with the Oscars. YouTube to receive International Emmy Pioneer Award. Brian Cox's Wonders of Life launches app.
Latest "Donkey Kong" game for Wii maintains what's best about the franchise without breaking new ground.
The series stars Curt Wootton as the quintessential Pittsburgh dad, who yells at his kids and roots for his teams in fluent Pittsburghese.
Flappy Bird is grounded. "Breakfast at Tiffany's" audio book launches. "Lords of the Playground" is a funny take on fatherhood.
Here's a roundup of apps to take the pressure off Valentine's Day.
Turning mergers and acquisitions into a game. Howard Stern's birthday party streams live. Fort McMoney interactive documentary launches
Apps to help break bad habits. Online book club Web series premieres. NPR app for Chevrolet cars will launch.
A mix of sequels, reboots and a couple of original titles -- including one whose characters trek through Pittsburgh.
Other recommended apps: Spin For Good is social gaming for charity, and Molly Moccasins is an interactive book site.
Crackle launches two original series. "Godzilla" goes viral with "classified" website. Warner Archive Instant app debuts.