Netflix ‘actively’ working on ad-supported subscription
In its bid to rake in more cash, Netflix is also looking to crack down on users who share their passwords with others.
Final refrain for iPod as Apple stops production
The small, easy to operate players, introduced nearly 21 years ago, helped the company revolutionise how music was sold.
Huge opening for ‘Doctor Strange’ gives Hollywood a boost
The estimated US$185 million opening was the biggest opening weekend of the year, the second-biggest of the pandemic era and the 11th biggest all time.
Tom Cruise unveils ‘Top Gun’ sequel with mid-air stunt
'Top Gun: Maverick' combines adrenalin-packed action sequences largely shot on real US Navy fighter jets with emotional references to the original.
Actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard face off again in US libel trial
Depp has sued Heard for US$50 million, saying she defamed him when she penned a 2018 opinion piece in the Washington Post about being a survivor of domestic abuse.
Squid Game season 2 ‘not before late 2024’
Hwang Dong-hyuk is also working on a film about killing old people which he says is 'even more violent than Squid Game'.
‘Die Hard’ star Bruce Willis to retire due to cognitive illness
Willis' family says he has aphasia – a language disorder that robs people of their ability to communicate.
Will Smith smacks Chris Rock on stage at Oscars, drops F-bomb
Rock had cracked a joke comparing Jada Pinkett Smith's tightly cropped hair to Demi Moore's appearance in the film 'GI Jane' and suggesting she appear in a sequel.
Tinder lets users run background checks before dates
The app's parent firm Match Group announced it would begin offering access to Garbo, a new US online background check platform that can show if someone has a history of violence.
Fitbit recalls 1.7 million smartwatches due to burn risk
A handful of the burns reported by some 100 users were said to be second-degree or third-degree.
TikTok videos get longer in challenge to YouTube
Users are now able to upload videos as long as 10 minutes.
Apple to turn iPhones into payment terminals
The feature will use near field communications technology and allow businesses to accept credit and debit cards and other digital wallets with a tap on the device.