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  • Google unveils new version of KitKat software, Nexus 5 phone

    Google unveils new version of KitKat software, Nexus 5 phone
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google is rolling out KitKat, the latest version of its popular software for smartphones and tablets with an ambitious goal: to get Android devices all over the world to run the latest version of the software. During a news conference...
  • How Starbucks Is About to Become More Important to Hollywood

    As Hollywood takes advantage of new digital platforms to distribute -- and monetize -- its content, Starbucks is about to play a more important role for studios as a revenue source. The coffee chain said Wednesday it has brewed up a new deal with...
  • Hulu Plans to Hook Subscription Service Into Google Chromecast

    Google's cheap Chromecast Internet TV adapter already lets users stream free Hulu content to their televisions, in a fashion -- but the video site is promising to deliver a better experience through the device for subscribers of its Hulu Plus service....
  • Hulu, HBO, others express interest in app for Google Chromecast

    Hulu, HBO, others express interest in app for Google Chromecast
    Chromecast's lack of content may not be a problem for too long as Hulu, HBO and others have expressed their interest in working on an app for Google's new digital TV receiver. The $35 Google TV dongle has been off to a quick start thanks to its low...
  • How to watch Showtime Anytime everywhere live

     
    Finally you can watch Showtime anytime and everywhere live! That means when you are on vacation, at a friend's house or even in your backyard and you really want to watch Ray Donovan or Dexter the same day and time that it airs — you can …...
  • Home entertainment business grows 2% in first half

    Home entertainment business grows 2% in first half
    The home entertainment business is growing again, albeit slowly, despite the fact that people continue to spend less on DVDs. After years of declines, total consumer spending on movies for home use grew 2% in the first half of the year to $8.63 billion....
  • Exclusive: ‘Mortal Instruments’ game lets players be Shadowhunters

     
    A new mobile game based on “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” allows players to become Shadowhunters. The game, due […]...
  • 'Someone Marry Barry' to Hit Theaters and VOD on Eve of Valentine's Day

    Digital distributor FilmBuff will release Rob Pearlstein's romantic comedy "Someone Marry Barry" in theaters and on VOD on Feb. 13, the day before Valentine's Day. The film follows a trio of childhood friends who scheme to find a wife for their...
  • Cyanogen gets $23 million for 'Android on steroids' operating system

    Cyanogen gets $23 million for 'Android on steroids' operating system
    SAN FRANCISCO -- You can add all the apps in the world to that phone in the palm of your hand. But the device manufacturer still has more say over how your phone looks and works than you do. Some people in the tech community don't think it should be...
  • How Audi Will Create the Next Mobile Entertainment Platform with a Tablet

    Amongst the many new tablets on display at the Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas, one stood out -- not for its size or its overall design -- but because it was developed by a car company. Audi will produce the Smart Display, an Android-...
  • Image Expo: Scott Snyder, Bill Willingham, more announce new projects

     
    Scott Snyder wants you to be terrified of “Wytches,” Bill Willingham is inciting a catastrophic “Restoration” of magic, and Ed […]...
  • Google invites All Access subscribers to buy Glass eyewear device

    Google invites All Access subscribers to buy Glass eyewear device
    Google on Tuesday began sending out invitations to purchase its $1,500 Glass wearable device to users of its All Access music subscription service. The invitations are Google's latest effort to expand its program of early users of Glass, its high-tech...