Scientists in Spain have modified a Blu-ray player so it can detect salmonella and other dangerous pathogens.
Sony and Panasonic are teaming up to bring the next-generation of optical disc: the Archival Disc.
It's been 30 years since the movie E.T. had everyone lining up at the box office, so what better time to swoop in with a special edition package tempt your wallet. After all, people who loved the movie as kids in 1982 are just now entering their peak earning years, with cash to spend on a little childhood nostalgia.
DVDs, Blu-rays and physical discs might be on their way out as streaming video becomes more common, but that doesn't mean they're down for the count (yet). If Marvel released this beautiful Blu-ray case concept modeled after S.H.I.E.L.D's Hellicarrier, maybe more people would buy Blu-rays.
We've been anxiously awaiting the re-release of Star Trek: The Next Generation in high definition on Blu-Ray, and this first sample clip shows just how spectacular of a job CBS is doing with it. Let's put it this way: Captain Picard almost looks young.
If you're a raving Harry Potter fan and haven't snatched up the DVDs or Blu-rays yet, you'd better hurry, because Warner Brothers is planning to use its strongest Avada Kedavra curse on the entire movie series by the end of this year.
We heard a rumor that Paramount was undertaking the monumental task of completely remastering all of Star Trek: The Next Generation in glorious HD, and it's just been confirmed: Season 1 is going to be available as early as next year.
The Star Wars Blu-ray set was released last week, and boy, are fans pissed off. Can't keep track of the changes? YouTube rapper Jennifer Landa explains the changes with her cute rap parody.
Today is Star Wars day (May the Fourth...get it?!), so Lucas and co. have announced the full rundown of what to expect from the entire six-movie Blu-ray set they're releasing on September 16th.
Yeah, I guess cramming 100 gigs onto a triple-layer rewritable Blu-ray disc is nice, but seriously, what's the point? Physical media is a terrible idea, especially right now, when the future is all in the cloud.