When the original "Tron" debuted in 1982, it wowed gamers and sci-fi fans with its vision of a world "inside the computer."
Sony reported a return to profit in the April-June quarter on Thursday, boosted by brisk sales for PlayStation game consoles and other key electronic products.
Redbox is giving Blu-ray rentals a green light.
After a record-setting 2010 first quarter, megascreen exhib Imax posted a healthy second quarter, with revenues up 38% over last year's second quarter earnings.
Although some parties thought the eReader would fall by the wayside when the iPad hit shelves, Amazon is making an emphatic statement to the contrary. The online retailer has unveiled a new, upgraded…
Global film and TV content distrib Entertainment One, which recently rebranded as eOne, announced Wednesday that it's expanding its home-entertainment biz into Scandinavia and South Africa.
Two giants of the visual effects business, Industrial Light & Magic and Sony Pictures Imageworks, have launched an open-source software effort to address the problems of sharing large, complex CG…
Rupert Murdoch's Blighty satcaster BSkyB will bow its much-hyped 3D network on Oct. 1 -- and it's banking on Hollywood to help drive subscription numbers.
Pay TV provider MultiChoice will unveil a streaming mobile TV service on Aug. 1, making it the first South African provider to enter the mobile market.
The Visual Effects Society has released one of its major projects, the "VES Handbook of Visual Effects."
July 27 is "Starcraft II" day. And while that might not mean a lot to some people, for others it's reason for celebration. Twelve years after the original "Starcraft" hit PCs and became a cultural…