The Federal Communications Commission is okay with Wi-Fi router hacking as long as you can't change the radio frequency parameters.
A new hardware device wants to make it easy to make sure you kids aren't overloading on Internet content. But the digital nanny's methods may not sit well with some.
Amazon Prime subscribers can now pipe the online retailer's music streaming service via Sonos home speakers.
Aurous is a new streaming service that dubs itself the 'player of players' and is about to get hauled into court on charges of copyright infringement.
Two new Nexus phones are on tap for later in September and it looks like a new Chromecast is too.
The FCC database is a great place to uncover upcoming hardware. The latest device to be revealed thanks to public documents could be an upcoming Amazon Fire TV refresh.
Streaming might kill the Internet radio star, but Pandora won't give up without a fight.
Samsung's the first manufacturer out of the gate with a 4K Blu-ray player, but it won't be the last.
Epix is leaving Netflix by the end of September for the greener shores of Hulu land.
A struggling Rdio needs all the features it can get, but adding traditional radio stations might not be enough.
Now it's really easy to beam your HBO Now subscription to your TV without an Apple set-top box.
HomeKit-enabled devices are slowly rolling into Apple's world, and Google's Nest Learning Thermostat is rolling out.
Comcast offers several packages that include online streaming, but Stream could be the company's first truly cord-cutter friendly service.
Wi-Fi is wonderful, and even more so when you use these free tools.
Finally, you can make a comprehensive playlist of late 70's and 80's rock thanks to AC/DC landing on streaming services like Rdio and Spotify.
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