Even robots can be obsessive Apple fanboys, as this animated short makes clear.
A new movie experience developed in South Korea could make IMAX movies look terribly outdated.
Sure, Ender's Game mostly takes place on a space station, but everybody loves a futuristic car.
The slacker guy who once embodied the image of Mac users in Apple's old television commercials is set to play Steve Jobs in a new comedy film about the CEO's life.
Everything is green-screened these days, which means, behind the scenes, it looks completely different.
For a die-hard James Bond fan like myself, every new Bond movie is an event worthy of major anticipation. In the past, much of the excitement centered around what cool new tech toys Bond would be given by Q, but in Skyfall, the tech has taken on a decidedly retro look and feel.
We know this headline sounds like some sort of sick joke, but it's not: Disney has just purchased Lucasfilm for $4.05 billion in cash and stock, and it'll be pushing out Star Wars Episode VII by 2015.
In the past few years, the way we've watched movies has drastically changed. Sure, there's still theaters and DVDs, but now people download them from torrent sites, iTunes and a variety of other places. Fox has decided to take things into its own hands.
Star Wars geeks, get your fancy 3D glasses shined up. Lucasfilm has announced release dates for the 3D versions of both Episode II and Episode III. The kicker: Episode III comes out only three weeks after Episode II hits theaters. Is that enough 3D for ya?
Aside from Hollywood producers, does anyone old enough to walk care about 3D anymore? Right now, 3D is an option (a pricey one) and not the default when you go to the movies. However, 3D could become the only way if theaters apply a glasses-free 3D filter on top of their existing projectors.