In a startling case of new media meets old, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes has acquired a majority stake in The New Republic and the 28-year-old entrepreneur is now publisher and editor in chief of…
LONDON -- J.K. Rowling's Pottermore website will finally launch to the public in April, six months later than planned.
Even with the launch of Sony's PlayStation Vita, the videogame biz saw sales decline 20% to $1 billion compared to 2011.
The rise of in-car entertainment may have put U.S. automakers and the federal government on a collision course.
As online giants continue to push into original programming, Yahoo News will debut short-form weekly reality series "Remake America," which follows the lives of six American families, on Thursday.
After five years of distributing its comedy for free online, Funny or Die is launching an iPad app to get paid.
As Hollywood continues to expand its options for how and where auds access its content, Apple is amping up the capabilities of the devices on which they consume that content, announcing Wednesday the…
LulzSec, the hacker group that focused its attacks on entertainment studios during the summer of 2011 before vanishing as quickly as it appeared, has been caught.
Search giant Google is streamlining its various media applications, uniting its Android Market, Google Music and Google eBookstore into Google Play.
Activision has lured a long-term senior Microsoft executive away from Redmond to become its new chief financial officer.
Audible.com will launch its audiobook series "The A-List Collection" on March 8. Each book will feature the spoken-word talent of Hollywood stars.