As Hollywood figures out ways to make its DVDs and Blu-rays more attractive to consumers who are gravitating more toward digital platforms for their TV shows and movies, Sony and Panasonic are about…
After winning album of the year in 2011 “The Suburbs,” Arcade Fire are back with a new release scheduled for Oct. 29. The Canadian alt rockers made the announcement via Twitter (in response to a fan)…
Apple has sold more than 13 million Internet-connected set-top boxes to date — about half of which shipped in 2012 — but the product has mostly been a “learning experience” for bigger plans the…
Towering high above Central Park on the 50th floor of the Time Warner Center, the Mandarin Oriental New York is building its first, and only, three-bedroom suite, which appears tailor-made for…
In December 1990, hip-hop magazine The Source published the first in-depth study of the then-nascent "gangsta rap" trend in a special issue. The cover story was unusually prescient, touching on…
LONDON -- Multi-media production company Pulse has launched its own in-house film distribution arm, it announced Monday.
Oscilloscope Laboratories has picked up North American rights to Sundance docu "Shut Up and Play the Hits," which chronicles the final 48 hours of electronic dance music giant LCD Soundsystem…
As "The Last Waltz" was for the Band and aging hippies, "Shut Up and Play the Hits" is for kids who were in high school on 9/11.
Spending on consumer electronics devices worldwide is expected to top $1 trillion in 2012, driven in large part by tablets and smartphones, according to research released Sunday by the Consumer…
The stereoscopic 3D (S3D) home entertainment landscape has been transformed just in time for CES.