Shows what a bit of PR, er, controversy can do to highlight the virtues of online movies.
Sony finally pulls the trigger on availability for its 55- and 65-inch 4K Ultra HD sets, plus details on that 4K media player.
Gary MarshallThere's no money in home entertainment, says Philips, and ailing electronics firms would agree. The money is moving, and it's moving into mobile.
UpdatedThere'll be no more speakers, Blu-ray players or headphones from Philips as the company has sold off its audio and video business.
InterviewBlu-ray Disc Association's Marty Gordon explains why Blu-ray is still essential in the home-ent market.
Even the world's most sophisticated computers couldn't sink Titanic the way it sank back in April 1912.
Twentieth Century Fox believes that glasses-free 3D TV technology and poor real-time 2D to 3D conversion are doing more harm than good when it comes to showing 3D off in a good light.