Technology News Archive - April 24, 2006
"Titanic" director James Cameron, warning that Hollywood is "in a fight for survival," wants the movie industry to offer films in digital 3-D to counteract declining sales and rampant piracy.
CBS and XM Satellite Radio struck an unprecedented deal on Monday to bring ribald radio hosts "Opie & Anthony" back to commercial drive-time radio in seven cities, replacing rocker David Lee Roth in his ill-fated bid to succeed shock jock Howard Stern.
U.S. television networks and their local affiliates should share revenue from programming offered on new gadgets such as iPods, laptop computers or mobile phones, the head of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) said on Monday.
Intel Corp. on Monday announced a new brand for business products it hopes will help it hang on to market share by making it easier for companies to maintain fleets of personal computers.