Editor's Pick Pixar gave a rare look inside the making of Monsters University in visit to the company's campus in Emeryville, Calif.
Even with computers, it still takes weeks to create a few seconds of animation. Monsters are harder to animate than you'd expect.
If the promise of pizza without setting down your game controller isn't enough, broadcast station the CW has now added an app for Xbox Live.
iTunes -- the online store that sells movies, music, and apps for Apple devices -- brought in $4 billion in revenue this quarter.
Residents of Kansas City who prefer to use their iPad over a Nexus 7 are in luck, as Apple has just approved an official Google Fiber TV app for the device.
CBS has had plenty to say about its future if TV startup Aereo is permitted to exist, and now the company is investing some of its resources into a streaming video startup that could help it stay competitive.
Tumblr released the app this morning, bringing the "post anything" blogging website to a whole new host of phones.
The New York Times will now offer unlimited free access to video content on its site and mobile apps thanks to sponsorship deals with Acura and Microsoft.
Once again, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings struck down questions that suggested the company would raise the price of its standard streaming subscription plans beyond the introductory $7.99 per month fee that's been successful for the few years.
Despite continued legal attacks by television networks, controversial streaming TV startup Aereo will bring its service to Boston starting on May 15.
Video-sharing service Vimeo has launched a new marketing product called Brand Creative Fund that gives companies access to filmmakers that make movies to support a brand's vision.
Enterprise cloud software titan Salesforce has launched a new social ad management app called Social.com that will become the third offering in Salesforce's Marketing Cloud.
Kathryn Kitron funneled funding to support her expensive lifestyle, including paying for her engagement party.
The deal is for "special access" to advertising slots, as well as research data and new, as-yet-unannounced advertising products, in return for which Starcom has committed to spend $200 million -- or more -- of its clients' money.
Netflix investors have given the company quite a hard time as it continued to grow its subscriber base and expand into new territories, but for its first quarter of the year that doesn't seem to be the case.
Netflix's newest original series Hemlock Grove debuted this past weekend, and it looks like members are biting, with more people watching the new supernatural show on opening weekend than recent hit House of Cards.
Only a few weeks after hitting 50 million users, the popular mobile messaging service Kik has received a new chunk of funding to fuel its impressive growth.
If you're a fan of original TV shows that are exclusively available online, you had quite a bit to watch over the weekend, and according to Amazon you really liked what you saw, too.
Yahoo updated its app today to include technology from recently acquired "summary" startup Summly.
Skimlinks has raised a round of growth financing from Greycroft Partners for its suite of solutions that automatically turn digital content into affiliate links.