GameFly has found a fair bit of success by emulating Netflix's old business model in the video game space. For a fixed amount per month, users can rent console games and keep them for as long as they…
The shift toward open standards and open-source software in visual effects and animation took another step forward Tuesday as Industrial Light & Magic and Sony Pictures Imageworks released version…
Internet company AOL Inc. reported smaller net loss for the second quarter on Tuesday even though revenue fell. The year-ago results were weighed down by a huge accounting charge.
"L.A. Noire" publisher Take-Two Interactive has a new mystery to solve: why sales were down for its games during the last three months.
Copyright laws and Digital Rights Management schemes meant to encourage content creators are instead undermining artists' rights and curtailing individual freedom -- and are doomed to fail anyway.
Walt Disney Animation Studios has licensed its XGen visual effects and animation software, used for Rapunzel's hair in "Tangled" as well as fur, feathers and foliage, to software giant Autodesk.
Spotfiy rode into the U.S. market on a high wave of anticipation and hype – and it looks like that pre-publicity has really worked well for it. The cloud-based music streaming service has captured…
In a talk at the Siggraph conference Sunday, Walt Disney Animation Studios' chief technical officer laid out the thinking behind the studio's feature strategy. Bottom line: The average number of…
The top television manufacturers have joined forces to make 3D TV more attractive to consumers.
A company that less than a decade ago started as a way for fans to name that tune (and be able to buy it) has become the most promising digital frontier for television shows and brands looking to…
"The Smurfs" may seem like an easy assignment for its visual effects team compared with, say, "Transformers 3."