Amazon's arm for making movies and TV shows veered away from its early ambitions with a grander plan to lure Prime customers and crush Netflix. Now it has some in Hollywood on edge.
You might have heard of banger racing, you might have thought about giving it a go, but did you know just how much fun it is? Neither did we, so we strapped in for a bizarre afternoon.
While big ARGs like I Love Bees and The Beast get most of the ink, there has been a steady stream of games built for very small audiences, without corporate sponsorship.
Corporations are looking to consumers for video advertisements. CNET News.com's Philip Siu investigates how companies such as Mozilla are jumping on the viral bandwagon to breathe new life into their advertising.
Amazon Studios is keeping the John Goodman-led comedy and picking up six of the 10 shows it tested in its latest "pilot season," including one that gives Amazon its best shot at taking on Netflix's Emmy cred.
The set-top box goes on sale immediately and features content from the likes of Hulu Plus, MLB, Disney, YouTube, Netflix, and, of course, Amazon Instant Video.
Amazon premieres its first stab at the kind of homegrown TV that Netflix has made the star of its competing streaming-video service. Unlike its rival, Amazon makes the first shows available to all, just not all at once.
The actor behind the "sexy senator" on Amazon's first series answers a few of CNET's questions about technology and the future of television.
Amazon's second original show drops the audience in the middle of the country's tech hub. Here's what the makers got right (hoodies, they're everywhere) and wrong (physical Bitcoins, not so much).
Fullscreen, one of YouTube's biggest multichannel networks, snaps up the gaming-video outfit, marking the first takeover that brings new-media video creators directly into the company's fold.