Steven Spielberg

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It was a big day in Cupertino for Apple's service initiatives as the company launched a bevy of offerings that CEO Tim Cook vowed would be "private and secure." Also on hand: a Who's Who of celebrities riding the newly launched Apple TV+ content creation bandwagon

The partnership announced three years between Electronic Arts and Steven Spielberg will result in its first game later this year, when the “Boom Blox” arrives on the Nintendo Wii. According to CNET, the game, the first ever to bear the imprimateur of one of the world’s most acclaimed filmmakers, will arrive in May, and be exclusive to the Wii. Newsweek last year described the game as combining “the creativity of the building-blocks game ‘Jenga’ with the charm of a Saturday-morning cartoon.” The game is said to have more than 30 characters and 300 levels. It is unclear how much input Spielberg himself

A worldwide brand name that is synonymous with high quality digital sound, DTS, Inc., (Nasdaq: DTSI) develops, markets and licenses proprietary digital technology and content for the theatrical and consumer markets. Founded in 1990 by entrepreneur/scientist Terry Beard and funded by Universal City Studios, Inc., and other investors in 1993, DTS introduced its master-quality sound with the release of Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster Jurassic Park. Working with Universal and just five employees, DTS successfully shipped and installed 876 DTS playback systems in theaters in six months. Motion picture sound was changed forever. Its innovative digital process quickly established DTS as a leading provider of premium

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