While overall digital home entertainment spending remains fairly steady at $18.2 billion, digital movies sales shoot through the roof raking in $1.19 billion.
Hollywood is a long way from returning to the days when consumers were paying $30 for a DVD and spending $4 to rent a single title. Still, digital revenue is showing some positive signs.
Readers ask about what is considered extreme heat output for Apple's MacBook systems, among other questions.
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Despite the recession, the Blu-ray format appears to be putting up relatively decent sales and rental numbers. Overall, however, the home entertainment industry is still contracting.
Toshiba is proposing a small, low-cost reactor that could be used for individual commercial buildings and small residential neighborhoods. But do the numbers really work out?
HP announced the EliteBook semirugged laptop, a 14.1-inch portable that meets MIL-STD-810F specifications for vibration, dust, humidity, altitude, and temperature.
The "Entertainment Oxygen Lounge" includes a multimedia massage chair.
The low-power chip guru plans to join Intel's enterprise group after a career spent trying to take the world's larger chip maker down a peg.
A year ago when I first noticed a green dot appearing on my PowerMac G5's display I was a bit disappointed, but not fully surprised because LCD pixels are known to die, go dim, or get stuck in a specific color. Not thinking much of it I dismissed it as a common issue and continued to use my computer; however, these dots were going to soon become a larger problem for me.