Analyzing thousands of Oscar-related tweets, TweetBeat delivers its Wisdom of the Crowds predictions about who will win at the Academy Awards.
Google and Crave's Eric Mack commemorate the 50th anniversary of the iconic civil rights leader's historic speech on the National Mall.
The King Center Imaging Project Web site goes live with nearly 1 million documents relating to the life and times of Martin Luther King Jr.
Here's something you don't see every day, to put it mildly -- an electronic Bible reader and PDA. No, your eyes are not deceiving you
White House, which normally plays along with White House Correspondent's Dinner even though chief occupant gets ribbed, goes all in, posting parody trailer based on "The King's Speech" on YouTube.
Marathon debate over the Stop Online Piracy Act was derailed not by free speech concerns with the bill, but rather a Twitter post that accused Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of being boring.
The controversial Facebook retelling won neither Best Picture nor Best Director, failures that overshadowed its awards in the Best Screenplay Adaptation and Best Original Score categories.
The Internet's biggest on-demand video service will stream movies from the indie film studio before any other pay-TV providers starting in 2016, the same year it kicks off a similar Disney deal.
The contested biography of Facebook's origins gets more nominations than all but three other films of the year--but that's fewer than some expected for the critically acclaimed movie.