Chalk up another one for Blu-ray: Netflix is phasing out HD DVD rentals from its service due to underwhelming demand.
If Microsoft -- or some other bidder -- wants to get its hands on Yahoo, it's going to have to cough up more than $45 billion.
Tsutaya, operator of Japan's largest CD and DVD rental chain, will launch a pay service on acTVila, a video contents portal, the company has announced.
As part of China's ongoing crackdown on moral turpitude, censors have compiled a list of 10 "suitable" online video games which they hope will help keep cyberspace pure for impressionable teenagers.
Electronic Arts is developing a broad array of games based on Hasbro properties set to come out in the next several years, including one tied to the upcoming "G.I. Joe" film.
"Transformers" and Industrial Light & Magic were the big winners at the sixth annual Visual Effects Society awards Sunday night in Hollywood.
Paramount is launching a mobile unit to spearhead its efforts to license, develop and distribute content for cell phones.
Five undersea cables cut in one week seems just too much of a coincidence, and sabotage is now being suspected in the events that recently caused widespread disruption to Internet and international…
Looks like Microsoft won't be getting Yahoo that easy. The Web portal's board met on Sunday and concluded that Microsoft's bid, originally worth $44.6 billion, is too low and plans to reject it…
The WGA has finalized its tentative agreement with the majors and will present details of the pact to members today in meetings in Los Angeles and New York.