The new version of A.A. Milne's classic story will hit theaters on July 15. It's a modern version of the story, but the look and feel will be familiar to longtime Pooh fans.
The entertainment giant files three patent applications involving drones and floating projection screens; aerial light displays; and massive hovering marionettes.
The streaming service will pull dozens of titles from its streaming catalog on July 1, but it's also adding dozens of new titles.
Get ready to scan your children. The timeless onesie's getting a digital upgrade with a set of jammies that link to stories and lullabies on a smart device.
Razer gets more branded peripherals with mice, mats, and laptop sleeves featuring leaders from the Autobots and the Decepticons.
Give Lego credit for innovating after losing patent protection on its bricks. It's now a $4 billion company built on brilliant licensing deals and increasingly expensive, specialized sets. Which is exactly why I'm starting to hate it so, so much.
Google continues to expand content offerings and today announced Disney films will be available on YouTube's movie service.
Swarovski crystals seem to share certain properties with acne. They appear to crop up on everything at some point in its life, and no one suffering from them ever appears to be happy.
Numerous big-name app developers are announcing titles for the iPad, and Apple has made its much-advertised iBooks application available in the iTunes App Store.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, we're chatting about children's books, Barack Obama's new video diary on YouTube, Japanese bagelheads, a user-submitted "Dude...whoa" moment, and another Tang that Tune!