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Netflix Quadruples Earnings, Stock Soars

Netflix's earnings quadrupled as its line-up of original programming helped the Internet video service attract 1.3 million more U.S. subscribers during its latest quarter.

Verizon Pays TiVo $250.4 Million to Settle Patent Lawsuit

Verizon will pay Tivo at least $250.4 million to settle a patent lawsuit related to its DVR technology. The companies agreed to dismiss all pending litigation, and have inked a licensing deal. The news sent shares of the digital video recording pioneer up more than 7% Monday morning.

Happy Birthday, YouTube! Now, Go Make Some Money

Google's fast-growing YouTube turned 7 on Monday. The world's most popular video-sharing website has come a long way already, but there are few things that can turn YouTube into a monster moneymaker for the world's most valuable Internet company.

MySpace to Launch Web Series 'Jerk All-Stars'

MySpace will launch an original Web series focused on the so-called Jerk urban dance movement. The series, "Jerk All-Stars" will consist of 14 episodes of several minutes each, with the series debuting next month Reuters reported. Sprite will be the exclusive sponsor.