Has this ever happened to you? Your kid is browsing the ol’ digital video library for something fun to watch when they settle on Captain Phillips, that contemporary Tom Hanks feel good classic. Unfortunately, it has some “mature content,” like a handful of swears and intense moments, and you don’t even want to think about what Paul Greengrass’ camerawork is going to do to that kid. Lucky for you, Sony’s “Clean Version” initiative is here to sanitize all that questionable content, making several movies in their library fun for the whole family.
Following today’s release of a message sent from the mysterious group responsible for the massive Sony hack, the company has now informed theater owners that they can opt out of screening ‘The Interview’ if they are concerned about the terrorist threat. Although the Department of Homeland Security responded by saying they could find “no credible info” on planned attacks, Sony has decided to place the decision to screen the film in the hands of theater executives.
'The Amazing Spider-Man,' starring Andrew Garfield as the comic book web slinger, comes home on DVD and Blu-ray in a month's time, but that doesn't mean we have to wait that long to see some deleted footage that never made it to the big screen?
Millions of PlayStation Network users got the scare of their lives yesterday when Sony announced that their personal information, including credit card data and billing addresses, may have been stolen by a hacker.
On its company blog page, Sony said that it believed an "unauthorized person" obtained information from its 77 million-strong user base -- everything from names, to addresses t
It may seem relatively unimportant, compared to the devastation caused by the worst earthquake and tsunami in Japan's recent history, but parts originating in Japan's factories are at the heart of many consumer electronics. Manufacturers will soon face shortages, which will have a serious effect on employment, profit and the global economy.