The Motion Picture Academy today announced the seven films that will compete in the Oscar visual effects bakeoff.
Screen Gems' recent heist film "Armored" could have used its own security detail over the holidays.
It's official: Google Inc. will sell its own mobile phone in an effort to protect its online advertising empire as people increasingly surf the Web on handsets instead of personal computers.
Sales of games software and hardware fell 6.9% in Japan last year to $5.92 billion, according to figures compiled by game biz mag Enterbrain.
ESPN announced Tuesday it will launch a 3D channel, ESPN 3D, on June 11, with the soccer World Cup match between South Africa and Mexico.
3D HD TVs are barely on the market, but Vizio is already staking its claim in the low-price category. Well, low price as far as 3D sets go… The company has unveiled its new top of the line model…
Apple doesn't attend CES. But it sure hates to be ignored during the fun. The company today announced that 3 billion apps have been downloaded from the App store since its launch in July 2008…
The trickle of CES news is starting to work its way to flood status. Skype may have the lock of surprising announcements so far, though. The Internet communications company has announced a team-up…
The video business found nearly $1 billion in new revenue sources in 2009 thanks to DVD kiosk operators such as the embattled Redbox.
Hollywood is one step closer to being able to collect more coin from the digital distribution of its movies and TV shows.
Fueled by 20th Century Fox's "Avatar," Imax theaters reached a record $100 million in worldwide box office grosses in the final quarter of 2009.