YouTube Now Supports High Frame Rate Playback (Sort Of)

Back in 2010, as debate raged over whether 4K was really necessary in movie theatres (it depends) and if consumers would ever adopt 4K television sets (they’re starting to), YouTube announced they would begin support of 4K video uploading and…

E3 Gaming Confab Interests Hollywood

One of every three consumer’s entertainment dollars spent in March, were spent on computer and video games—more than going to the movies, suggested Michael Gallagher, CEO of the Entertainment Software Association. He announced this figure during an address at the…

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