Over-the-top proving viable alternative to cable, Blu-ray
Rollout of digital platform starting as major announcement looms
In the early days of television, it was all about appointment TV: People could watch shows only at the time they were broadcast.
Once upon a time, screenwriting was a labor-intensive vocation. And that labor was hardly confined to the age-old challenges of storytelling.
Screenwriters who use Web-based software and cloud storage face a new fear in their trade: security.
If it catches on, 3D TV could alter the entertainment landscape, spurring change in some areas and bolstering the status quo in others.
Consumer awareness of 3D home technology has grown steadily this year and the rising knowledge is stoking interest in purchase of 3D devices, according to findings of new research.
Some displays and accessories have already hit stores, but more futuristic viewing options are already in the works.
Since the introduction of the iTunes App Store, mobile apps have become, somewhat unexpectedly, a vast new entertainment marketplace.
The stereoscopic 3D (S3D) home entertainment landscape has been transformed just in time for CES.
Stereoscopic 3D (S3D) technology has the potential to revolutionize the way movies are filmed much in the way the advent of color and sound did.