Apparently Apple has been able to strong-arm at least two of the major networks to provide content for its new 99-cent TV show rental plan.
For those of you out there with a Samsung 3D TV but are still frustrated with the lack of 3D content, there's a new app that will solve your worries.
Gamers have been eagerly awaiting the release of Gran Turismo 5, but for those with a low-capacity PS3 or who have already filled up their hard drive, they'll need to sacrifice a lot to get the game running at top speed.
Nintendo issued a press release that basically says, "Nobody should buy a Nintendo DSi or DSi XL for the next 13 days!" That's because on September 12, they'll be $20 cheaper.
The US Open will be broadcast in 3D for the first time when the annual tournament begins next month, but yet again its availability will be extremely limited.
While leading used game chain Gamestop says it doesn't like being in the used games business, Best Buy is moving in on its turf. The retailer has begun testing a new in-store trade-in service at around 600 stores.
Get ready to make your own Avatar, because stereoscopic 3D content is now in the hands of anyone willing to shill out for the latest installment of Roxio's Creator software.
Apparently all's well that ends well is not an appropriate sentiment for Microsoft, developer Bungie, and gamers looking forward to next month's planned launch of Halo Reach.
Although publisher Electronic Arts' rebuttal to Britain's Defense Secretary made it seem like Liam Fox had his foot in his mouth, the country's figurehead has defended his calls to ban the controversial Medal of Honor game.
Actor Jerry O'Connell's...ahem...manhood is about to become famous as the very first one captured on 3D cameras for a national theatrical movie release. How does he feel about that?
After months of preparation in buying and investing in online video game companies, Google will be launching its very own games platform for its Chrome Internet browser.
Microsoft aims to make its motion-sensing peripheral a global holiday hit, announcing today that it will bring Kinect across the Atlantic Ocean less than a week after it hits store shelves in the US.
Disney is taking advantage of a technology that more content developers should be. The studio has released a special edition version Blu-ray Disc that allow users to watch the original Toy Story movie and play the Toy Story 3 movie-based game without swapping discs.
While rival Netflix appears to be trying to move away from its once-core rental-by-mail service, Blockbuster is ramping up its efforts, becoming the first major player to offer both video games and movies from one centralized online account.
In a move to bring back attention to its flailing TV service, Verizon has struct a deal with the National Football League to air its first ever 3D football game on TV. It's a major score as the most mainstream sporting event to make it to the new broadcast medium.
Although it had to chug along the finish line near the end to reach it, Nintendo has come to the latest milestone with the Wii and can now claim 30 million units sold in the US.
The 3D mantra of "so real you can practically touch it" is about to take on a whole new meaning, as filmmakers in Hong Kong have cut the ribbon on what they claim is the first 3D porno ever made.
While some big shots in Hollywood, like James Cameron and Disney, are swimming in money thanks to the newest 3D craze, there's a growing number of directors and insiders who are simply saying "no" to the 3D transition.
Warner Bros Interactive has officially confirmed that it is working on a sequel to very well-received Batman: Arkham Asylum on all major gaming platforms.
When it comes to the new market of "social games," a few names always pop out - Zynga, Facebook, Farmville, EA's Playfish... but actually, one of the most important players is Amazon.