The home entertainment industry is very close to rivaling that of the film industry – with just under $2 billion separating the two.
Yes, this is a story from 2017. We promise.
But not every studio is interested in shortening their time at the box office.
IMDb could be forced to show early on that it’s highly likely California violated the U.S. Constitution passing a law requiring it to remove ages from its database.
Films could potentially come to iTunes as early as two weeks after hitting theaters.
Changes to how customers can subscribe boosted weekly revenue for Netflix from just $50,000, to just under $3 million. Yeah, per week. Just on iTunes.
The movie database says the law violates free speech, and doesn’t actually help prevent discrimination against actors for how old they are.
It’s not clear exactly who Christopher Lloyd will play in the episode. It could be a cameo, or it could be characters we’ve been waiting to see.
The tech giant is apparently jumping into the fray of providing TV content without a cable box.
If it doesn’t, you are what the kids call a “Grinch.”
Are the new bells and whistles worth it?
An easy-to-read rundown of yesterday’s biggest tech announcements.
Google, Microsoft, and a handful of other companies are looking to throw out the old cookies in favor of a fresh recipe.