The global vice president of Chinese electronics company Xiaomi says the company will "be a part" of Google's 2016 developer conference in some capacity. He didn't reveal any more than that, unfortunately.
The NBA and multi-platform network BroadbandTV have partnered to launch NBA Playmakers, an online video network that gives passionate basketball fans and content creators perks in exchange for videos on all things basketball.
T-Mobile's Binge On benefit is expanding again. Its newest partners include NBC, Univision, Tidal, Google Play Music, NOGGIN, and others. The total number of participating providers now numbers more than 80, according to the carrier.
Streaming video providers aim for massive audiences, but those audiences also drive up costs and can result in latency or even outages. BitTorrent Live, a new live-streaming video platform, aims to fix that.
Amazon's Alexa assistant is gaining a few new tricks on the retailer's Fire TV set-top boxes. It can now play movie and TV shows more directly, for one, plus pull up movie theater showtimes and find nearby restaurants.
Production on the fifth film in the Transformers franchise will begin this June with Michael Bay directing, and Paramount Pictures has revealed the official title for the film: "Transformers: The Last Knight."
Warner Bros. seems to have high hopes for Suicide Squad. The studio is reportedly already working on a spinoff that would star one of the upcoming film's many antiheroes, Harley Quinn, among other DC Comics leading ladies.
Thirty years ago today, the world was introduced to a testosterone-dosed treat of movie magic called Top Gun. Now, the single that kicked off the movie has been mixed with another unforgettable, high-flying film franchise: Star Wars.