Microsoft on Tuesday announced that Kinect, its new gesture-recognition controller for the Xbox 360, will retail for $150 when it hits stores Nov. 4.
President Obama, the FCC and Capitol Hill lawmakers are sounding the alarm on a spectrum crunch, warning of a lack of available space that could imperil the advancement of wireless technology.
A year after changing hands, Lucasfilm spinoff Kerner Technologies has reorganized to focus on 3D technology and production.
Looks like the rumors were pretty much spot-on when it came to Kinect pricing. Microsoft has announced that its new gesture-recognition peripheral will retail for $150 when it hits stores this…
DVD rental giant Netflix is expanding beyond the U.S. for the first time.
TV and film distributor New Video will be the exclusive DVD distributor for titles from Tribeca Film.
Robust sales of Blu-ray discs in the first half of the year are helping to slow declines in the overall DVD market, according to an industry-funded nonprofit group that tracks home entertainment…
Producer Richard Hollander has ankled Pixar to return to Rhythm & Hues Studios.
Cartoon Network has uncovered the "Hole in the Wall," ordering a new version of the Human Tetris-like gamer.
Just when consumers have gotten used to Blu-ray, they're about to be introduced to a new entertainment brand: UltraViolet.
Toni Pace Carstensen, a visual effects producer whose credits include "Avatar" and the remastered "Star Trek" TV series, has joined 3D conversion company Legend3D.