By STEPHEN BATTAGLIO contact the reporter The usual array of big-name stars and new shows will be trotted out next week when broadcast and cable networks roll out their fall programming plans at the annual “upfront” presentations for advertisers. But there will also be a lot of tough talk about TV’s rising competitor, online video. Ad buying agency Magna Global projects that the broadcast and cable networks will take in $20

Why are Apple’s music streaming plans arousing the interest of regulators? The Beats Music relaunch is coming this summer, but the possible impact its presence on iTunes will have on rivals like Spotify is sparking anti-competition questions   The rules of lazy journalism dictate that Apple’s upcoming relaunch of its Beats Music streaming service be referred to as a “Spotify killer”. But the company’s reportedly murderous intentions towards that rival

Elon Musk: Demand for Tesla’s home battery is ‘crazy off the hook’ Demand for Tesla’s energy storage batteries are so high that the company’s Nevada gigafactory could dedicate all of its production to the home and utility products, CEO Elon Musk says. Tesla CEO Elon Musk was his usual effusive self in describing demand for his company’s new Powerwall home batteries for storing home solar energy, unveiled last week at