It may not be long before you can open up your purchased TV shows and movies to a select group of friends or family members.
This could be a boon for multiplayer gaming on Android TV, as everyone will only need a smartphone to get in on the action.
If you want to stream the big game to your Android phone, tablet, TV, or Chromecast, here's what you need to do.
New speakers and receivers from B&O Play, Harman Kardon, Onkyo, Philips, Pioneer, and Raumfeld will be ready to stream all your favorite tunes and video.
The sales include 75 percent off a movie rental, half off an album purchase, and deep discounts on several popular games and apps for Android.
In the U.S., this includes YouTube Red, making it a very compelling offer.
Your unused Android device can be repurposed for checking up on the baby or making sure your house is safe while you're away.
The app is available for all, but has particular perks for subscribers to YouTube Red, Google's $10 per month video and music package.
You get some cool features for $10 per month, but this service isn't for everyone.
Subscribers will get ad-free YouTube access, a Google Play Music subscription, and a new slate of original movies and TV series.
The new fee structure is set to go live Sept. 29, which will then let you share the service across devices for six family members.
The new, built-from-scratch typeface is designed to scale better across multiple screen sizes and platforms.
More statistics are available for individual players and teams, just in time for the start of the NFL season and MLB playoffs.
If you're a TiVo junkie it's a great way to get more content from your computer on to your TV.
A portable, wireless mic records to your iPhone or iPad, designed for podcasting, interviews, and music.