M-Go, the joint venture of DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor, has secured premium placement on Roku’s menu for its movie and TV show rental and electronic sell-through service. The deal should…
Apple TV doesn’t offer a way to stream video from Amazon directly — but the Internet retailer now has a way to reach the set-top anyway. On Tuesday Amazon updated its Instant Video app for iPads and…
Roku still doesn't have a deal to offer YouTube content directly — and now the Internet set-top maker is stepping up efforts to ink distribution pacts with the site's multichannel networks, promising…
3D isn't dead, but it has plateaued and is going to be stuck at about this level until the technology improves.
A U.S. International Trade Commission judge last week ruled that Netflix did not infringe a Rovi patent covering parental controls for TV user interfaces, with hundreds of millions of dollars in…
Publishers target gamers on all their devices as overall revenue shrinks
The homevideo chiefs of five major studios gathered like superheroes on stage at the Consumer Electronics Show on Tuesday to throw their weight behind UltraViolet as Hollywood hopes increased usage…
M-Go, a new streaming service for films and TV backed by DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor, is adding LG Electronics and RCA to the list of consumer electronics giants that will host its app on…
Sony Corp. will show off a wide range of new products at next week's Consumer Electronics Show, but one that will stay under wraps could be its riskiest: a multichannel TV service to rival cable.
DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor are backing a new entrant into the crowded category of digital content sellers.
The consumer electronics industry is facing a turning point: whether to find a new category of TVs to sell or risk seeing TV research and development efforts become unsupportable.