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Sony will also act as the exclusive advertising sales representative for national barter and integrations, and will retain the right to market and promote the programs in all media. “It’s a one-of-a-kind agreement, where Tegna and Sony Pictures Television each bring distinct strengths to the new partnership,” Robert Sullivan, senior vice president for programming for Tegna (TGNA), said in a statement.
It seems inevitable that Blizzard will make a PUBG-challenging Battle Royale game, but with Overwatch? Warcraft? Something new?
Destiny 2 needs to take a page out of Diablo and The Division's book and make gear sets with powerful bonuses to make Guardians feel strong, and have something to hunt for.
This year will be an interesting one for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). But full disclosure, I say this with anxiety, not eagerness. Throughout most of the last two decades, Apple stock was a no-brainer. But currently, the evidence indicates that AAPL is losing its magic touch. Continuing to risk exposure to this once-indomitable consumer tech firm could be a big mistake.
Last night was the debut of Blizzard’s much-hyped Overwatch League, complete with city-based, franchised teams and millions upon millions of dollars sunk into it. So, how was it?
Alphabet Inc’s (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google and Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) continue their battle over the market for voice-enabled devices. Right now, 2018’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018) is the battleground. This push could include a revamp of Google’s online store, selling Alphabet products with Google Assistant front and center.
Lenovo (Hong Kong: 0992) Chief Operating Officer Gianfranco Lanci understands the importance of consumer privacy when it comes to so many connected devices. Connectivity across multiple computing platforms via artificial intelligence and cloud computing is de rigueur at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Sony's Dwayne Johnson/Kevin Kart/Jack Black/Karen Gillan blockbuster is on its way to being the biggest Christmas week release ever.
Facebook (FB) has recently tied up with the world’s largest record company, Universal Music Group, allowing its two billion users to post videos containing the label’s music. This multiyear licensing deal will help Facebook address its music and video copyright violation issues. The deal will let the Internet giant upload songs on Instagram and Oculus, in addition to the Facebook platform.
CES 2018 moved into high gear on the third day of the popular tech convention with new noise-canceling headphones, an exercise bike desk and robots.
Apple (AAPL), which wants to free itself from iPhone sales as its primary source of revenue, is working toward its goal of doubling its fiscal 2016 services revenue by the end of fiscal 2020, an ambitious goal. Since Services revenue was about $30 billion in fiscal 2017, it means Apple has an $18 billion gap to hit its revenue target. This is where Shazam, the music recognition app that Apple is acquiring for a reported $400 million, comes into play.
Mark Wahlberg was paid $1.5 million to reshoot his scenes in the recent movie “All the Money in the World,” while his co-star Michelle Williams was paid less than $1,000 — less that 1% of Wahlberg’s pay ...
As one of the largest and most influential companies at the Consumer Electronics Show here, Sony Electronics (SNE) anchored the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center with a display the size of a football field. A VR experience for players of gaming systems such as PlayStation 4, which sold 5.9 million units during the holiday season, were on display. "How do we make people's lives more enjoyable and simple?" Sony Electronics CEO Mike Fasulo said in an interview Tuesday.
Lenovo today announced the world’s first self-contained virtual reality headset powered by Google’s Daydream VR platform. The headset, called the Lenovo Mirage Solo, will be available in the second quarter of 2018 and cost less than $400 when it hits the market.
Bob O'Donnell of TECHnalysis Research says they annual CES tech show in Las Vegas has shown a range of gadgets from robot dogs to a massive wall television.
Jan.09 -- Kazuo Hirai, Sony Corp. chief executive officer, discusses Sony's electronics strategy beyond PlayStation, its future in robotics and consolidation in the media industry with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Markets."