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Boeing to Outfit New 787s With Android-Based Entertainment
There may be iPads in cockpits, but there will soon be Androids among us, the passengers. Boeing has announced that...
Archive Gallery: How Science Made Movies Awesome
PopSci covers "talkies," newsreel cinemas, drive-in theaters, and other breakthroughs in 20th-century filmmaking
Google TV Unveiled, With Much Potential For the Web-Enhanced Future of Television
At their developer conference today, Google announced their long-awaited Google TV service, which promises to merge the web with TV...
Avatar Point-Counterpoint: All The ‘Future of Movies’ Talk Is For Real
Like many of you, I saw Avatar this weekend. And even though the fairly positive early reviews had tempered my...
Avatar Review: We Have the Technology. Now What?
It’s an intriguing paradox–the success of a film as technologically elaborate and ambitious as James Cameron’s Avatar will come down...
In The Future, All Our Pop Idols Will Be Machines
Performing live at CEATEC, everyone’s favorite catwalk model bot has been loaded with Vocaloid software (Rin), enabling her to croon...
Entertainment Weekly to Embed Video Ad in Print Magazine
Last year Esquire rolled out an e-ink cover to celebrate the mag’s 75 anniversary and introduced moving pictures (well, scrolling...
GTA IV: Perfect Isn’t Perfect
It may be the biggest hit of the year, but that doesn't mean it won't tick you off
How Hannah Montana Could Help Change the Future of Movie Theaters
With diverse content, the 3D movement begins to establish itself
The Future of the Couch Potato
New report suggests that more viewers are watching on the Web