The following are tech tools that have hit the market recently and are causing a stir in the Internet, film and TV production communities.
In an effort to tank up on some cool points, BMW climbs into the entertainment driver seat with "The Hire," a five-part series of short action films about a mysterious driver (well played by…
In addition to kudos for creating a laptop with some style in addition to its technical substance, give Apple some extra credit for creating a new status symbol among Hollywood's digerati.
Long considered the stalwart of animation on the Web, Flash is moving into traditional media. Favored for its simplicity to learn and ease of use, Hollywood is starting to view Flash as a way to…
The costs to stream video over the Internet are falling, leading many entertainment dot-coms to look forward to economic viability
With owners of handheld devices split between the affordable Palm Pilot and more costly Microsoft Pocket PC devices, class warfare has erupted within the wireless streaming world, as one start-up is…
A new battle over digital distribution is brewing in the entertainment industry -- and this time it has nothing to do with the digital projection of films.
Disney chairman Michael Eisner and Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone confirmed Thursday that their companies are working together on an Internet-based video-on-demand service.
The government is pumping an extra $39 million into cash-strapped pubcaster the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. as part of a $326 million boost for the country's cultural industries.
MGM Home Entertainment knows all video retailers have an enormous appetite for the video version of "Hannibal," the top-grossing theatrical release of the year so far, but the studio hopes to entice…
As file-sharing service Napster continues to filter songs from its servers, the number of files available for trade on the hard drive of the average Napster user has plummeted by 80% in the past…