Disney has announced its plan to pull all Star Wars and Marvel films from Netflix, as the two end negotiations. Disney announced last month that it intends to launch its own streaming service in 2019.
Disney sent out emails to members of its Disney Movies Anywhere service yesterday, telling them that they can no longer sync movies and shows from the Movies & TV app with their Microsoft accounts.
Today, Lenovo unveiled its Star Wars: Jedi Challenges augmented reality experience at IFA 2017. For the price of $199, you'll be able to get into your very own personal lightsaber battle.
Disney made it known that it was starting its own streaming service in 2019 and withdrawing its films from Netflix. Now, the latter is attempting to negotiate a deal to retain selected movies.
Disney will pull its movies from Netflix, effectively ending its streaming deal with the service in 2019. Instead, it will launch its own streaming services for movies and TV shows, starting in 2018.
Apple has updated its video creation tool, Clips. The app, which is available on iOS devices, now comes with new overlays and posters, and several Disney and Pixar characters to add to your creations.
After having committed to delivering Kingdom Hearts III in 2018, Square Enix has not ruled out bringing the game to the Nintendo Switch - but only after its release on currently targeted platforms.
At Disney's D23 Expo this weekend, Marvel has announced Powers United VR, a virtual reality co-op game made by Oculus and Sanzaru games, which is coming in 2018 exclusively to the Oculus RIft headset.
Disney is holding its annual D23 Expo this weekend where it is showing off some of its future projects. Kingdom Hearts III was revealed in greater detail, showing off new characters and environments.
Disney is bringing a new gaming and esports focused programming block to its Disney XD channel, called D|XP. It will air the Super Smash Bros. 4 finals from Evo 2017, as well as Street Fighter V.
Hackers have apparently obtained a copy of the upcoming fifth installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean series and are demanding a ransom from Disney with the threat of releasing it online.
Whether or not you enjoy the creative and fantastical world of Disney, imagine attending a theme park enriched by AR technology. While CEO Bob Iger ruled out VR, the deck may be stacked for AR.
Disney Research has built a room that uses a new type of free-roaming wireless charging technology which is capable of powering three lamps, a fan, an RC car, and a smartphone at the same time.
Internet video sensation PewDiePie has been dropped by Disney after using racist imagery. YouTube has also canceled his Red series, and has taken him off the Preferred advertising system.
After recent reports that Disney could be looking at adding Twitter to its portfolio, the majority owner of ESPN is now back in the headlines amid rumors that it may consider making a bid for Netflix.
CNBC claims Microsoft is considering a bid to acquire Twitter. However, according to Bloomberg, Microsoft was approached "but isn't interested", while Disney is said to be evaluating a possible bid.
The former managing director of The Walt Disney Company in India, Samir Bangara, has made a surprising remark at a recent event in Singapore. He said that he loves piracy for discoverability purposes.
Disney Movies Anywhere is running a promotion where the service is giving away a free digital copy of Monsters, Inc. All a user must do is link their Microsoft, iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon account.
For all the nostalgic gamers out there, three classic 16-bit games from the '90s, namely Lion King, Aladdin, and Jungle Book have been released DRM-free on the PC via GOG.com.
Disney Infinity 3.0 and its online features are getting the ax on all platforms - and will be unplayable on most after March 2017 - including Android, iOS, Apple TV, Windows 8.1 and 10, and consoles.
Respawn Entertainment, the game studio responsible for the mech-based shooter Titanfall, are hard at work on not only Titanfall 2 but a new Star Wars themed game under EA's direction.
Microsoft and Disney have reached an agreement that will allow Disney videos purchased from either company's service (Microsoft Movies & TV and Disney Movies Anywhere) to link between the two.
Netflix has announced it won't renew its content-licensing deal with Epix, which will cost it several blockbuster movies. Instead, Netflix says, it will focus on exclusive content.
The first trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron was leaked prematurely on October 22. Marvel did not take this lightly and have issued a subpoena against Google to turn over the leaker of the trailer.
A project that requested Star Wars fans to make 15 second clips to be incorporated into a crowdsourced version of the movie is now complete, and the result shows a lot of creativity and originality.
Filming of the new Star Wars movie is underway, but some people have already started using drones to see what's on the set. Disney wanted a shield to protect them, but the export hasn't been approved.
Hulu's owners (Disney, Fox and NBCUniversal) have decided once again to not sell off the streaming video service, despite taking bid proposals from other companies, and will now invest more into Hulu.
Electronic Arts has announced that it has signed a multi-year deal with Disney to develop and publish new games based on the Star Wars universe for core gaming audiences.
LucasArts, the game development studio and publishing arm of LucasFilm, will shut down after over 30 years in operations thanks to a decision made by LucasFilm's new owner Disney.
It's not a Pixar movie, even though it has John Lasseter as executive producer, but Disney's Wreck-It Ralph looks like it might be the ultimate gaming movie, featuring everyone from Bowser to Bison
The state of New York has removed its registered sex offenders from the online gaming services of companies including Microsoft, Sony, Apple, Blizzard, Electronic Arts, Warner Bros. and Disney.
With the passing of Apple founder Steve Jobs, the future of the company he created is sailing into unknown territory under the leadership of CEO Tim Cook.
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