The founders of two of the Internet's highest profile ventures are getting into the music business.
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Two of the most visible faces in Microsoft's entertainment and devices division are leaving the company.
Five years ago, the relationship between the videogame world and major studios was pretty straightforward. Hollywood made movies -- and game companies licensed those films to create games.
Stereoscopic 3D gaming hasn't really caught on, but it has certainly captured its share of headlines.
A suspenseful mystery-thriller, set in the same style as "Lost."
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Decision raising concern within the videogame industry
The Vatican? Yeah, there's an app for that.
While a lot of gaming companies are just starting to focus on stereoscopic 3D, nVidia has been exploring the technology for some time.
Domestic Film DAILY
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$59.2M Warner Brothers -3.25%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.4M Cumulative:$42.0M Fox / DreamWorks Animation 0.67%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$58.2M Universal Pictures 0.07%