The Vatican? Yeah, there's an app for that.
On the hardware side, the vidgame industry is embracing 3D at a rapid clip. Sony plans to make the PlayStation 3 3D-capable later this year, and Nintendo will introduce a 3D handheld system in June.
While a lot of gaming companies are just starting to focus on stereoscopic 3D, nVidia has been exploring the technology for some time.
Thesp James Caan thinks the film business needs a "kick in the butt," so he's lending his name and expertise to a website that's got $1 million in funding to find the next great indie filmmaker.
West and Zampella set up shop at EA.
Sci-fi sounding stuff is getting a toehold in everyday life.
British punk rock impresario Malcolm McLaren, who managed the New York Dolls and the Sex Pistols and was a recording artist in his own right, died Thursday in Switzerland. He was 64.
Consumers lined up around the block to be among the first to get the iPad April 3. As for content companies, though … well, that's been a much shorter line.
The independent film world was rocked in the 1990s when low-priced video cameras made filmmaking accessible to just about anyone.
Nintendo is embracing 3D -- but without the glasses.
UMG has released "Six-String," a new iPhone app that hopes to challenge the slew of rhythm games on the platform.
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