Braid, a horror flick at the Tribeca Film Festival, is brought to you by blockchain. As with a lot of crypto ventures, its adherents see a revolution.
At the Tribeca Film Festival, Jonathan Nolan compares Facebook to Cuba's authoritarian regime under Fidel Castro, and Lisa Joy says she's canceled her account.
The festival is packing in more VR than ever, many of its traditional films have a geeky bent and even HBO's Westworld held its second-season premiere here.
With a feature called Premieres, the idea is to give people the ability to interact and experience a new video for the first time together.
The video site widens programs that let fans "sponsor" favorite creators and let creators specify in advance that their uploads shouldn't be demonetized.
Traditional Hollywood may be annoyed with Netflix, but the rest of the world keeps signing up. The company reports better-than-expected member additions.
Philo, which nixes news and sports for a cut-rate $16 a month, is also unlocking the streaming apps for cable channels like AMC, Nickelodeon and Discovery.
Disney's ESPN launches its first stand-alone streaming service, but don't get it twisted: ESPN+ doesn't have the games you watch on regular ESPN.
Widening a combo previously only for students, soon anyone can lump the video- and music-streaming services together to save five bucks a month. And free mobile listeners could see some improvements.
Apple's streaming-music service is promoting a UK-based exec as its top boss as it announces adding 2 million new members in a month (though it's still far behind Spotify).
Almost 2 billion people have watched a Facebook Live broadcast since it launched two years ago. That's basically everybody who uses Facebook regularly.
Nasim Aghdam’s anger at YouTube casts a nightmarish shadow over how it deals with creators and advertisers. Here's what's behind the issue of video “demonetization.”
The parent company of MoviePass hopes Moviefone will bring more movie lovers into close contact with its subscriptions.
Police say the woman who shot three people and killed herself at YouTube's headquarters in San Bruno, California, was upset at the streaming giant's policies and practices.
Google Maps adds an interactive icon identifying a shooting on YouTube's campus in San Bruno, California, after police confirm the incident Tuesday afternoon.
We talk about Spotify's quirky IPO, breaking up with virtual reality and prosthetic limbs.
The recording industry is making money because Spotify built itself into a giant that doesn't turn a profit.
"Song Stories" combine YouTube items like concert footage and music-video clips with factoids for Snapchat-like behind-the-music features.
Taylor Swift's long-dormant feud with Spotify seems to be officially over, with the pop star launching a music video for "Delicate" only on Spotify.
Apple won't monetize customers' data even if it would make "a ton of money," CEO Cook says, while rejecting criticism that iPhones are built in China.
That figure will continue to rise. The market for city surveillance equipment is predicted to grow 14.6 percent on average every year through 2021.
Discounts on packages for Sony's PSVR system go into effect this week in the US, Canada and Europe.
Dozens of iPhone customers, claiming Apple slowed down iPhones to make them buy new ones, aim to combine the suits into one legal action to rule them all.
Before you purchase a TV show or movie from Google's online store, it'll show you streaming alternatives like Hulu or HBO (but not Netflix).
Spotify's total user base, including everyone who listens free with ads, could cross the 200 million mark by year's end, the music-streaming service said.