Several documentaries competing in the upcoming Sundance Film Festival pan in on tech's darker sides.
The dark-comedy series gives Amazon its best shot so far at beating Netflix at the critical-accolades game, and in a new turn, all episodes go up at once September 26.
The Steve Jobs film biopic jOBS is set to debut later this week at the Sundance Film Festival, and will open in the US on 19 April.
Australian horror film "The Babadook" throws horror conventions out the window -- and scoops up the accolades as it goes.
By keeping current 4K content offerings proprietary, Sony and Samsung could hamper 4K adoption. Here's why.
The Steve Jobs biographical movie starring Ashton Kutcher will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in late January.
This desktop staple has long been available for iPad, but now iPhone users can turn clips into polished movies with ease.
The latest batch includes hour-long dramas for the first time, and Amazon Studios will again crowdsource content decisions, picking the ones to make full series based on customer viewing data and reviews.
Reaching for the unattainable 85-inch 4K Samsung TV; using an Oculus Rift VR headset for a better movie screening experience; and a 5-second test that will tell you which of your friends are dirty, rotten liars!
The video service picked festival darling "The Square," a documentary about the Egyptian revolution, as its first "original" film, keen to add an Oscar to its tally of awards.