England's Bletchley Park, known for its WWII code breakers, is the subject of an open casting call January 17 and 18 for an upcoming interactive installation.
We're wondering if Noah Wyle is in the running to star in a possible Sony Pictures biopic on the late, great Steve Jobs. As Fortune magazine recalls, it wouldn't be the first time Wyle donned the mock turtleneck.
Company's future has been in question since the FCC moved to block the launch of its high-speed network.
It seems that the makers of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" have decided that Silicon Valley is the next great location for a pulsating reality show. The casting agents are looking for techies with "big personalities." Is there any other kind?
The iPhone 5 rumour mill has spun into overdrive after an advert briefly appears on Craigslist calling for actors to appear in a commercial for Apple's next phone.
The X Prize Foundation, also behind the $30 million Google Lunar X Prize, has put together an eco challenge for YouTubers called "What's your crazy green idea?"
Last year, the big trend in the new fall season was bringing broadcasting to the Web--now, it's bringing the Web to the TV screen, with new shows like TMZ TV and What Perez Sez.
The first installment of Open Season, an irreverent, off-the-record take on the open source market.