Blockbuster and Dish Network are launching a video streaming service, but its early success may be hindered by a movie-dominated catalog.
For decades, Amon Tobin has constantly pioneered new sounds in the world of electronic music. So it makes sense that he'd want a visual stage show as advanced and experimental as his sounds. I think he nailed it this time.
Our friends over at Splitsider have compiled a comprehensive guide to where on the internet you can (legally) watch every last comedy on this fall's teevee schedule—as well as some regrettably bygone favorites.
When I heard Battlestar Galactica came back, I avoided it. When my friends recommended it, I avoided it more. Finally, about two years ago, I gave in.
Tonight, Homer's face will be crisper. The visuals sharper. The jokes? Entirely dependent on your sense of humor, but what is indisputable is that, for the first time, the show will be presented in HD.
Microsoft has just inked a deal with Peter Safran, the producer of amazing cinema masterpieces like Jiminy Glick in Lalawood, Meet the Spartans, and the all-time-classic RocketMan, to produce "original" shows for distribution via Xbox 360's Live service. Like his movies, the 10-minute-max shows will "initially" be…
The Comfort Sphere was designed by Volkswagen for trade shows, but might be a great idea to enhance the work and concentration required of writers, think-tankers, and hey, maybe even a blogger or two.
Do what you will with this, but the folks at HE2006 are offering $5 tickets to the show at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in LA on June 1-4, 2006. Just type in the promo code "GIZMODO" and get the hook-up.