Universal Studios and Warner Bros. have announced a newjoint venture to pool DVD distribution units amidst falling sales.
Delivering solutions that can work effectively across the entire ecosystem of home technologies is going to become even more critical as the voice market evolves.
Short-form streaming service Quibi has unveiled technology that allows viewers to switch between landscape and portrait viewing.
The virtual reality headset market saw 5% growth in 2019, despite a slowing of sales according to research from Futuresource Consulting.
CES 2020: The UHD Alliance has received backing for its Filmmaker Mode standard from a number of industry organisations and new vendors.
ViacomCBS has partnered with electric vehicle startup Byton to bring content to its new range of M—Byte electric crossover cars which are due to launch later this year.
Amazon, Apple, Google and the Zigbee Alliance have partnered to develop an open standard for connecting smart home devices.
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Delivering more personalised viewing experiences and reducing content discovery times are among the challenges currently being addressed by UI/UX developers, writes David Davies.
Comcast has partnered with wearable technology startup NuEyes to bring entertainment viewing experiences to visually impaired customers through NuEyes virtual reality technology.
Live production with NGA has been dominated by sports. But could live music be the next opportunity for immersive sound? David Davies investigates.
The UK government-backed Weavr project has released a new phase of immersive technology aimed at enhancing the esports fan experience.
Broadcaster Sky has partnered with deaf production charity, the British Sign Language Broadcasting Trust, to develop a slate of content in British Sign Language.