LimeWire has been ordered by a New York federal judge to disable its peer-to-peer music file-sharing software.
Media conglom Kadokawa has unveiled an electronic reader that will eventually offer a wide range of media, from books to toons and pics.
Microsoft is planning for a future in which gesture and voice recognition replace TV remotes, Xbox game consoles replace some set-top boxes and keyword searches supplant onscreen program guides.
As goes DreamWorks Animation, so goes Hollywood -- at least in recent months.
The studios' problems with movie piracy are deepening as peer-to-peer sites are increasingly replaced by cyberlockers and sites that link to purveyors of illegal content, a top Paramount Pictures…
A month after locking down Michael Jackson, SEE Virtual Worlds has scared up a deal with Universal to build an online destination around Van Helsing and the studio's classic monsters.
Add PBS to the networks streaming content directly to the iPad. The public network launched a free app yesterday allowing users to full-length versions of some of its most popular programs, including…
The rapid uptick in apps games continues to drive the mobile gaming industry.
Two studio films -- Spyglass Entertainment/Screen Gems' "The Vow" and Paramount/Montecito Picture Company/Spyglass Entertainment's "No Strings" -- have added the scenechronize Web-based production…
As social gaming companies get snatched for ever-escalating amounts, the wave of acquisitions and investment money has turned to makers of mobile videogames.
Digital content toolmaker Vizrt has invested in Stergen, a developer of 2D-to-3D conversion software.