"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" and "Minority Report" topped the list of sci-fi, fantasy and horror pic nominees for the 29th annual Saturn Awards, announced by Cinescape and the Academy of…
British Telecom has entered the crowded and contentious online-tune market, bowing subscription music service Dotmusic on Demand using the tech backbone of U.K. online-distribution firm OD2.
Eyetide offers a software intermediary between all the computer monitors out there and the entertainment companies that want to be on them. The Eyetide software is a flexible screensaver engine that…
Sony Pictures Digital has bubbled up a subscription service that sells online downloads of daily soap operas, representing an unusual chance to scrub new profit opportunities from a kind of…
Texas Instruments unveiled at ShoWest a set of computer chips for digital theater projectors with far-higher resolution than those in current TI-based DLP systems used in about 85 theaters across the…
If you like Google because it's so quick and simple, and you like Amazon because it has such a wide selection, you'll really enjoy Amazon Light.
Red Herring has gone belly up. The privately held tech mag that was a pivotal chronicler of the Internet era called it quits Friday after it couldn't find a buyer.
Vivendi Universal Games will distribute the sequel to "Law & Order: Dead on the Money," a vidgame developed and published by Legacy Interactive based on the hugely popular crime-and-punishment…
Activision has signed a multi-year deal with vidgame designer Peter Molyneux for publishing rights to his film-biz simulation, "The Movies."
Synacor -- which puts together bundles of premium online content and related customer sign-up software for Internet service providers -- has launched with offerings from Disney, Fox Sports, CinemaNow…
A busy, if not booked-full, calendar of events honoring the burgeoning vidgame business has added another entry with the announcement by cabler G4's CEO Charles Hirschorn that it will sponsor a…