In the biggest launch of a game so far this year, "Gears of War 3," from Microsoft and Epic Games, has sold more than 3 million copies in its first week.
Warner Bros. will launch its series of Web shows on Facebook on Oct. 18, with the McG-backed "Aim High" bowing first.
Drafthouse Films, the film distribution arm of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, has acquired North American rights to "Comin at Ya! 3D" following the premiere of the restored film at Fantastic Fest.
As usual, James Cameron thinks Hollywood's conventional wisdom is wrong. And when it comes to technology, he has a point.
With cyberlockers ready to store countless hours of video and audio files, tech firm Vobile has launched vCloud9 as a tool to close the digital doors on pirated material.
European online film and TV subscription service Lovefilm has launched on the iPad through a free app allowing users to instantly watch pics.
The Hollywood Post Alliance has announced that its HPA Judges Award for creativity and innovation in post-production will go to Teststronic Labs and Steven J. Scott of EFILM.
Cambio isn't a household name amongst most adults, but your tween may be familiar with it. Now AOL's interactive entertainment site is hoping to boost its Q factor with some high profile partnerships…
Amazon.com has declared war against Apple -- and a few other companies -- announcing a slew of new products at a New York press event Wednesday morning.
Netflix has picked up rights for the North American premiere of Tom Fontana's 12-part TV series "Borgia."
Culture Convenience Club, operator of the Tsutaya DVD rental chain, Japan's largest, plans to launch a new company, Tsutaya.com, on Oct. 1.
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