Social vidgames are becoming an increasingly important part of the promotional plan for films.
For Hollywood, CES is about finding next new platforms through which to distribute entertainment.
While showgoers get more hands-on time with the new crop of gadgets, Friday's news cycle at CES will be more focused on the keynotes. The day kicks off with an Innovation Power Panel keynote…
In an elaborate hour-long keynote, Samsung served up a murderer's row of showbiz and tech CEOs to announce new or expanded partnerships for 2011.
Comcast and Smithsonian Networks will launch the Smithsonian Channel for Comcast Digital subscribers in the Washington, D.C. market.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes has missed few opportunities to promote the "TV Everywhere" concept, and of course, turned to the Consumer Electronics Show to make his latest push.
Technicolor introduced several initiatives on the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show, including a consumer-facing content platform and several pro technical services for content creators.
Nearly five years after its launch, Blu-ray has reached the mainstream milestone.
JVC announced the GS-TD1, a full HD 3D camcorder set to ship in March.
The Writers Guild of America has tapped six titles for its videogame writing award, including blockbusters "Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood" and "God of War III."
If you're like me, you've been wondering why Cisco Systems has Ellen Page appearing in those the Human Network commercials. I mean really, why are they pitching us teleconferencing systems and police…