Following a British altercation between fans of "Doctor Who" and "Star Wars," Hollywood witnesses a superhero brawl, reportedly over sidewalk territory in front of a theater.
A nearly life-size AT-ST Walker is up for sale and ready to be the crowning glory for your "Star Wars" collection.
It was the year of Internet activism with a sharp political point: Protests derailed the Stop Online Piracy Act, assisted in imploding a United Nations summit, and helped to postpone a data-sharing bill.
An app that features a less than entirely honest Hollywood wheeler-dealer has been removed from Apple's App Store after a complaint from a super agent.
New Orleans Saints' head coach, Sean Payton, hires famed agents CAA to sell a screenplay idea, in which a little boy controls the outcome of NFL games with a refurbished Xbox.
According to the Independent newspaper and members of academia, a case can be made that pornography drives technology, rather than the other way around.
Media companies big and small pitched in for the city's first-ever digital culture festival, but there wasn't enough of the cohesion and collaboration that the industry needs.
CNET News.com's Washington watcher Declan McCullagh says the FCC is considering a copyright-protection plan for digital TV that, if adopted, could lead to increased government regulation of technology and reduced fair use rights.