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A novelist turned gaming innovator December 15, 2005 As part of a team creating the biggest "alternate reality games," writer Sean Stewart adds literary grace to online gaming. Photos: In search of clues on 'Last Call Poker'
Dolby stakes its claim in 3D movie tech October 8, 2007 Real D has pioneered 3D movie projection technology, but Dolby Laboratories will mount a major challenge beginning in November. How soon before all movies are 3D?Photos: The tech behind 3D movies
NBC, Apple play game of brinkmanship August 31, 2007 news analysis A day after reports said NBC would not renew its iTunes contract, Apple announces it will not offer NBC's new TV shows. This spat is about control.
An Apple fanboy's lament December 19, 2007 Macrovision's Richard Bullwinkle questions the longevity of his music collection in the digital age.
Moving beyond the iPod October 23, 2007 The iPod blazed a trail, but MediaNet Digital CEO Alan McGlade asks how much longer Apple's closed-technology approach can last.
CES 2007: Gaga for gadgets in Vegas January 11, 2007 International gear watchers, from heavyweights to hobbyists, are converging on Sin City for the massive Consumer Electronics Show.
Emmys for MySpace users? January 8, 2007 Social-networking site launches partnership with broadband division of the TV awards.
Showtime for wireless September 14, 2006 special coverage The hottest data services and entertainment products take the spotlight at the CTIA Wireless show in LA.
Microsoft shuffles its ledger July 17, 2006 Software maker adjusts financial reporting for its operation, combining several of its business units.
Disney's own digital divide February 12, 2004 The company's failure to capitalize on the digital revolution in entertainment is a key factor in the company's vulnerability to the hostile takeover bid by cable giant Comcast.
Fast Times at Web 2.0 High September 27, 2007 Spotplex CEO Doyon Kim writes that the Internet in-crowd is taking people back to high school, where the "cool kids" drown out the silent majority.
Sponsored matches for "entertainment"