Sony Hack Settlement Gets Judge's Preliminary Approval
A federal judge has also conditionally certified the class action alleging Sony was negligent in its handling of personal information.
Black Friday Report: 57 Million Shoppers Targeted Consumer Electronics Technology
Smartphones were the most popular product, according to the Consumer Technology Association's annual survey.
New Movies, TV on Hulu in December: 'Selma,' 'The Wiz Live!' and the 'Friday the 13th' Series
Those who add Showtime to their Hulu subscription can also check out movies like 'Good Will Hunting,' 'Spring Breakers' and 'Listen to Me Marlon.'
Eagles of Death Metal Recount Paris Attacks in Vice Interview
"I want to be the first band that plays in the Bataclan when it opens back up," co-founder Jesse Hughes says.
New York's Submarine, Sweden's NonStop Launch Doc Label
The NonStop Submarine label plans to release 10-15 non-fiction titles a year.
Sony Hack: One Year Later, What Studios Can Learn
Sony emerged relatively unscathed in the long-term, following the attacks. But its short-term handling of the matter was a study in ineptitude.
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