Has Microsoft suddenly pushed us into the age of "Star Trek" and "Minority Report"? For those confused about what's actually going on with the company's new head-mounted gadget, here's the rundown.
Technically Incorrect: Speaking at Davos, Google's executive chairman explains that we'll all be experiencing our digital connections as a seamless part of our everyday world.
TV makers Samsung, LG, Panasonic are among those partnering with video heavyweights like Netflix, Walt Disney Studios and Twentieth Century Fox to set standards for high-quality Ultra HD content.
Confide, a startup whose app sends messages that reveal a single word at a time and then destroys the entire conversation, announces the business version of its app through an ad aimed at Sony execs.
Using information from alleged documents leaked by the Sony hackers, Google said the Motion Picture Association of America and Mississippi's attorney general conspired to limit free speech on the Internet.
"If I owned a studio, I'd make movie theaters pay me," says Dana Brunetti, producer of "House of Cards" and "The Social Network."
The world's biggest subscription video service gets first crack at streaming the "Crouching Tiger" sequel -- simultaneously debuting in selected IMAX theaters on August 28, 2015.
CEO Masayoshi Son is reportedly in talks to acquire the studio behind animated films "Shrek" and "How to Train Your Dragon."
If you're between 13 and 18, you're apparently more enamored of Smosh than Jennifer Lawrence.
The app lets you search for old movie and TV locations to see what the streetscape looked like at the time of filming and what it looks like now.