Only four media executives land in the top 100, which is mostly comprised of those who made billions in technology
Tablet shipments will surpass notebook shipments this year, a new study shows
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, the news was how technology is marching into your car, your kitchen and your closet
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, talks to Sharon Waxman about what's different at CES this year
Chris Anderson is leaving Wired to become CEO of his robotics company
Venture capitalists Chris Sacca and Jeff Jordan say that Facebook, Apple and Android are the new kingmakers
Satellite distribution of movies, higher frame rates, laser projection and anti-piracy systems mean the annual Las Vegas trade show is focusing on innovation
Alleged incident involving paper's "gadget guru" turned physical, police say
Company launches second-generation tablet in San Francisco
Rupert Murdoch's national news publication for the iPad is a game-changer
Updated Xfinity app will give customers the ability to stream hundreds of television shows and on-demand movies on the Apple tablet
Intel Capital leads funding round for Mountain View, Calif. start-up, which is seeking to support cable plays including TV Everywhere
Polar Rose has developed a number of facial-recognition technologies
Google, ABC/Disney, Comcast, NASA, JP Morgan, American Express and the New York Stock Exchange were all victims of Thursday's email attack
The media company was one of the hardest hit by the malware epidemic, but it was not immediately clear whether there was a specific target...
Clicking on PDF attachment in "Here You Have" email spams the victim's entire contact list and reportedly breaks PCs that are shut down while infected...
Cable channel plans wall-to-wall coverage of gaming expo
Alleged discovery by Gizmodo leaves Apple geeks atwitter
Company gives press a sneak peak of next-gen operating system
From magazines and books to TV and tech, an industry-by-industry guide
"The heartbreaking part of losing their jobs is finding people in the middle of their lives searching for purpose.'"
Animation and live-action titles both make their presence known before the year ends.
What is wrong with the trades? As a former publisher of the Hollywood Reporter, I am often asked this question. Massive layoffs, smaller...