Sony Says Showbiz Units Not for Sale
Sony doesn’t slam the door on Third Point‘s proposal for it to sell up to a 20% stake in its entertainment assets — but doesn’t encourage the idea either.
Battered Networks Blow Up Traditional TV Schedule to Take on Cable, Streaming Rivals
One of the biggest television shows next season won't air until the season is nearly over — and that should tell you something about broadcasters' wavering loyalty to the traditional September-May broadcast season.
Panasonic Refreshes Toughbook H2 with Faster Processor, Bigger Storage and Stronger Shell
We've never understood why Panasonic chose to brand its top-line tablet as the Toughbook H2, but given the hairy-chested types who build and use the gear, we're not gonna challenge 'em.
Post-NAB Equipment Roadmap
Some the products announced at NAB starting to ship, with others around the corner, so we’ve organized this guide around when you can expect NAB’s stars to hit the market.
Daft Punk Have Met with Brian De Palma for Some Mystery Project
They could have been talking to De Palma about a number of things, everything from directing a video to one of their songs to something more ambitious.
Star Trek Into Darkness Brings In Healthy $32 Million in Foreign Opening
With both the mighty Iron Man 3 and The Great Gatsby exceeding box office expectations, J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness looks poised to continue that trend next weekend.
Sony Stock Jumps As Hedge Fund Pushes Taking Entertainment Unit Public
Sony Corp.'s stock rallied about 9% in early trading after a New York hedge fund proposed that the company take its entertainment unit public.
Windows 8.1 Will Be a Free Update for Windows 8 and Windows RT Users
Windows Blue will be called Windows 8.1 and will launch as a public preview on June 26, Microsoft revealed today.
After DVD Shipping Error, BBC Asks Fans Not to Spoil Doctor Who Finale
Ah, if only the BBC had some sort of device that would allow it to traverse time and space so it could prevent a few lucky viewers from getting their hands on the season finale of Doctor Who ahead of schedule.
That’s a Lot of Videos: YouTube Now Responsible for 17% of Home Internet Traffic
One out of six bytes sent to households in the US and Canada is part of a YouTube video: The service’s share of residential downstream traffic has been growing.