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Sony Pictures Entertainment has been granted the exclusive worldwide distribution rights to the first Angry Birds animated movie. The film, which will be in 3D, is being developed, produced and financed by the franchise's creators, Rovio Entertainment.
Sony's latest line of 4K XBR LED TVs, first introduced at CES in January, are now officially available, with the 55-inch XBR-55X9900A and the 65-inch XBR-65X900A selling for $5,499.99 and $7,699.99, respectively in Canada. Both models boast 4K/Ultra HD screens that offer four-times the pixel resolution of traditional HDTVs, at 3,840 x 2,160.
After nearly a five-month stay within the International Space Station (ISS), Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield is coming home tonight. And, what better way to end such a journey than to create an epic music video?
While content creators are already able to make money off of the videos they post on YouTube, they will now have a new revenue stream: a subscription service.
Belkin has confirmed the availability of its NetCam HD Wi-Fi Camera, a product designed to allow a homeowner to keep tabs on what's going on around his home while he's there, or out and about.
LG Electronics has confirmed that it will begin selling its curved OLED TVs in South Korea beginning next month. The 55" 55EA9800 model can be pre-ordered today from more than 1,400 retail stops in the region.
A new firmware build for the Slingbox 500 and updated SlingPlayer Mobile apps for iOS and Android have now added a new My Media feature called SlingSync to the device.
Rogers has partnered up with LG to offer an on-demand Anyplace TV app through the company's line of Smart TVs. Rogers says this is the first on-demand video app of its kind in Canada.
Hisense is launching a new smart TV platform this month in its home market in China. Developed Oakville, ON-based Jamdeo, the VIIDA smart TV interface organizes video content into four different "silos."
An interesting new study conducted by Parks Associates finds that the latest wave of discounts and promotions being offered are successfully luring consumers back to pay-TV services after having cut the cord.