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.
Vizio is betting consumers are sick of black bars when they watch movies at home.
Betting on Web streaming as the future of home 3D, 3D content provider Sensio is setting up its own consumer-facing 3D VOD service.
Streaming movies directly to Internet-enabled TV sets has already become familiar, but manufacturers are about to begin adding top-tier videogames to their bag of tricks.
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