A refreshing new way to look at all-in-one desktops, the Lenovo B750's Blu-ray-friendly, extra-wide display is great for movies (if you add some extra software), and games greatly benefit from a wider field of view. It's different, and fun to use, but it cries out for a touch screen.
The MPAA says the now-defunct file-sharing site should pay millions because it allegedly infringed on copyrighted movies and TV shows, while encouraging others to do the same.
DJI Innovations' S1000 is a monster, eight-rotor drone ready to carry Hollywood-quality cameras.
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.
Peter Jackson may not be standing in line outside an Apple store, but a pair of film-school grads finds the newest iPhone workable for serious shooting and editing.
The Barnes & Noble unit unveils new content licensing partnerships with major studios and content providers including Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount, National Geographic, and Little Pim.
Aaron Swartz's former roommate, Peter Eckersley, says the late activist started Demand Progress because from D.C.'s perspective, it "doesn't matter" if their laws break the Internet.
Now hear this: the Sky Now TV Box is in shops now, bringing with it Sky Sports and Sky Movies at a knock-down price.
Freemium app Action Movie FX comes from Bad Robot Interactive, the software arm of the studio behind "Star Trek" and "Super 8." So, yeah, they know special effects.
The film studios' initiative to seed the cloud with movies hasn't caught on yet with consumers. So the push is on to tweak the offering and generate some demand.