From the early 1950s to the dawn of digital cinema, stereoscopic 3D (S3D) earned a reputation as a gimmick for tacky genre pictures.
While Panasonic and James Cameron are counting on "Avatar" to bring stereoscopic 3D (S3D) into the living room, many observers feel video games are the killer app.
With Disney committed to S3D at the corporate level, it was natural for the Mouse House's sports network, ESPN, to look into the format for live broadcasts.
Blockbuster Inc. may close as many as 960 stores by the end of next year, shedding more dead weight as the struggling video rental chain tries to reverse its losses and fend off rapidly growing…
The Zune HD, Microsoft's redesign of its portable music player, has finally hit store shelves, right on the heels of Apple's new line of iPods. The features are pretty well known by this point…
Sony went for a Saturday morning launch for "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs."
The Weinstein Co. may have set up its library of films and direct-to-DVD titles at Vivendi Entertainment, but the brothers are still looking at a separate distributor for its upcoming homevideo…
Apple has never given Apple TV a whole lot of public marketing support – and, as a result, the product has never been a runaway hit for the company. The marketing is still lacking, but there seems to…
Feeling pressure from studios and financiers, or just plain anxious about making a festival deadline, filmmakers sometimes shoot digitally rather than on film simply because they've heard that…
Eric Edmeades wasn't looking for a new business venture when he first visited Kerner Group.
Why is surfing the Web akin to walking into a biker bar where everyone's getting hammered and ugly?