After months of anticipation, Amazon pulled the trigger on its 4K UHD streaming service today, offering a number of titles in the dazzling resolution to Prime members at no additional cost, as well as laying out a number of pricey 4K UHD movies for purchase.
It's not getting any better for Sony Pictures. Monday saw hackers dump another load of data belonging to the movie studio, while a message purporting to be from the those behind the data breach warned Sony Pictures to cancel the release of The Interview.
North Korea insisted in a statement over the weekend that it had nothing to do with the recent Sony security breach. However, it described the hackers' actions, which it said may be the work of its "supporters and sympathizers," as a "righteous deed."