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Eyeballs rejoice: Virtual reality film tools are getting really good.
It plans to make 12 new films annually.
Forget freedom. Here’s the movie’s real value.
Where’s the Internet of Screams?
Here’s your chance to see the movie early and catch a Q&A with its star and director, moderated by ReadWrite’s editor-in-chief.
Samuel L. Jackson is shaking up Reddit today with a hilarious challenge: He promises to read the most upvoted 300-word comment as a monologue.
All too often, sci-fi movies get the future all wrong. And some of our most cherished favorites are some of the worst offenders.
Some of the crew behind Mystery Science Theater 3000 have created RiffTrax to come up with new options for hilarious movie commentary. Riffmaster Michael J. Nelson explains why they’re trying to raise big bucks to license the latest Hollywood blockbusters.
Minority Report is a pretty dumb vision of the “smart” future. Smarter marketing goes far beyond advertising to focus on on delivering services and utility.
Intel’s plans to launch a pay-TV service is likely to end as disastrously as its other stabs at the consumer electronics market. Remember Viiv? How about that fabulously successful Intel MP3 player?