Apple is dropping its anti-piracy protection on iTunes and the music biz if finally getting the variable pricing it has long desired.
The creators of "Grand Theft Auto" are sticking with publisher Take-Two in an unprecedented deal that includes a cut of the profits and full ownership of future games.
Midway Games has laid off 25% of its staff and cancelled several projects in early development in a bid to cut costs as a massive $150 million debt payment looms.
IMDB is getting some mojo at the B.O. Amazon-owned film credits database has acquired Box Office Mojo, the popular website that tracks film grosses.
Originality isn't paying off for Electronic Arts.
Jack Black's heavy-metal action videogame has a new tour sponsor.
The videogame biz is returning to Earth, with Sony and the music gaming category taking the hardest hits.
Resurgent videogame publisher Atari is betting big on online gaming by acquiring developer Cryptic Studios.
The worsening economy has claimed another big media victim, as Electronic Arts on Tuesday announced it will significantly miss its guidance for the current fiscal year.
"Four Christmases" kept auds laughing while the Punisher fired blanks during the traditionally slow post-Thanksgiving frame.
Midway has 50 days to come up with $150 million.