The California Christmas-light display turns 21,268 lights and LEDs into a super-sized interactive take on Guitar Hero, complete with wireless guitar controller.
Tiana, the main character in ‘The Princess and the Frog,’ shows how far Disney has come since the 1946 film ‘Song of the South.’
California has become the first state to mandate energy-efficiency standards for TV sets. These new regulations will affect all residents.
Airport delays are down. Thanks to the recession, fewer people are flying. But weather and location also play a part in which airports have the most on-time flights.
A Hollywood film restoration company took television video copies of what Apollo 11 beamed to Earth 40 years ago and made the pictures look sharper.
The simple, declarative sentence may soon end up on the endangered-species list.
Like high-def television before it, 3-D technology is ahead of its content, and consumers are hungry.
New online project gives writers greater control over their work.
Live performances of the New York Metropolitan Opera are beamed into movie theaters across the country, offering audiences ways to experience high culture at low prices. But is it the same as live or is it just Memorex?