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."
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As technology gets more complex, it's fitting that an underlying theme of this year's Consumer Electronics Show is making people's lives easier.
Intel has captured Hollywood's attention with its new processor.
Ecclesiastes says "the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong ... but time and chance happeneth to them all."
The Japanese videogame market shrank 9% in 2010 to $5.9 billion, according to figures compiled by game biz mag publisher Enterbrain.
Video-sharing site Vimeo has launched a new way to stand out from rival YouTube: enable its premium users to upload full-length features.