At a screening of the movie "Mr. Turner" in Hollywood, a phone becomes a flash point.
It's for new customers only, of course, but it's still a $16 value and a great way to watch TV shows on your Roku box, mobile device, and more.
Today only, you can buy (not rent) movies like "The Dark Knight," "The Blind Side," and "The Matrix" for just five bucks apiece.
Like TV? Here's your chance to test-drive this streaming service for a full 60 days. Sign up now and you won't see a bill until September.
Here's your chance to test-drive the service for a full 90 days. You do have to provide a credit card, but you won't see a bill until March (and you can always cancel).
Show topics include Star Wars coming to Blu-ray, Google Voice Search for Android, better movies than Star Wars, Angry Birds, iPhone, Green Day, AFI, and more!
Show topics include "Star Wars" coming to Blu-ray; Google Voice Search for Android; better movies than "Star Wars"; Angry Birds; iPhone; Green Day; AFI; and more!
First up: Alt-rock band AFI and hip-hop magazine The Source. Slacker expects to add more in the next few months.
Chipmaking economics have clouded the future of high-end medium-format photography. Phase One has a rescue plan for Kodak's Leaf product line, though.
The computer maker's photo software now can handle raw images from Canon's new full-frame SLR and other recent cameras.