4K won't get anyone excited if there's no way to get the format into homes, or worse, if it looks no better than today's HDTV.
While 4K television technology promises dazzling visuals — providing four times the resolution of current 1080p HD — for the near future it will remain a luxury item well beyond the reach of…
While Ultra High Definition 4K TVs were first introduced at January's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sony has become the first hardware maker to ship its new line of screens through its…
While it's still unclear how many consumers will take a shine to new Ultra HD TVs, Sony is getting ready to launch the industry's first 4K streaming service this summer using an encoding system from…
So the cycle of history is: Cinema gets a head start, TV catches up, cinema panics and lurches forward. Repeat.
Consumer electronics companies are hoping 4K Ultra High Definition TV will be the next big thing, but parts of the TV biz are proceeding like it's already here.
Execs from all the major studios testified to the myriad innovations they're bringing to film distribution on digital platforms at the Variety Entertainment Summit on Wednesday, the first of a…
As Kazuo Hirai looks to revitalize the Sony brand, he's not turning his back on Sony Pictures, replicating what former chief Howard Stringer did well: showing off some of the studio's upcoming…
3net Studios, the production arm of Sony-Discovery-Imax joint venture 3net, has announced its initial production slate -- which includes some of the first 4K commercial television content.
If you're a regular reader of this column, you have noticed that I tend to be a defender of 3D.
Is 4K the future of movies, or a wrongheaded dead end?