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DVD sales in Japan in 2010 dipped for the fifth straight year, coming in at $2.9 billion, down 4% on 2009, according to the Oricon entertainment ratings service.
Verizon is posing a legal challenge to the FCC's authority to issue Net neutrality rules, which the agency passed last month as a way to preserve open access to the Internet.
The tech world got one heck of a surprise Thursday afternoon when long-time Google CEO Eric Schmidt announced he would be ceding the position to company co-founder and president of products Larry…
At this year's CES, television manufacturers shined the bulk of their spotlight on connected TVs and the variety of apps that were on the way for the sets. At Samsung, though, customers are already…
Japan's Supreme Court has nixed a computer company's claim that its overseas streaming service is legit.
The number of people watching video on their mobile devices turns out to be lower than many people presume.
If you're struggling to keep up with the tech changes sweeping through the entertainment industry, imagine the pressure they're feeling at SMPTE.
Internet retail giant Amazon has agreed to buy Lovefilm Intl. in a major step to increase its presence in the European online video market.
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