Behind the scenes: What happens when you wear a biosensor to the movies? CNET's Stephen Shankland traveled to Cannes to find out.
At this year's CES, Cisco unveiled new functionality that will let cable operators roll out new services such as cloud-based TV recording.
CEO John Chambers asserts its mobility and cloud strategies must be working based on positive financials, which beat Wall Street estimates.
Microsoft's game console easily kept its lead as the best-selling platform in October, though the rest of the industry is still in the dumps.
Cisco is on the acquisition hunt again as it buys NDS, a video software delivery provider. Cisco hopes NDS will help it tap into emerging markets.
An extensive report in today's Australian Financial Review claims that a secret operation inside News Corporation, part owner of Foxtel in Australia and BSkyB in the UK, promoted pay TV piracy.
A software division of News Corp. is accused of trying to bump off rival pay-TV services by hacking their smartcodes and enabling the public to view the competitors' transmissions for free.
After a long wait, DirecTV customers in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and other major markets might be able to get their hands on a TiVo, according to a forum posting.
Android Atlas is one year old! We celebrate by doing the same thing we do every week, discussing the latest Android news. The new Google Wallet may already have a security hole and malware is becoming an issue for the platform. Meanwhile, game developers say that Android is to PC gaming what iOS is to consoles. Holy fragmentation, Batman! Does that mean that apps should now carry system requirements? In other news, Nvidia shows off its ambitiously named Project Kal-El and we overstep dual cores, going straight to quads! All of that, plus the answers to your Android OS questions on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly.
TiVo is working with DirecTV to bring the company's DVR to subscribers. But it won't be available until next year.