BitTorrent is getting serious about transforming the BitTorrent protocol into a serious distribution method for legal media.
Cable cutters rejoice! Anyone can subscribe to the live TV streaming service Sling.
Toshiba says the U.S. TV market just isn't worth it anymore. You'll still see the Toshiba brand on TVs although those sets won't come from the company itself.
Lost your Wi-Fi network? Can't get a proper signal? Before you call your ISP try these easy DIY fixes.
The NFL and Google have reportedly signed a deal to bring game highlights to YouTube and Google search results.
Popcorn Time isn't even a year old yet, but it's already on Netflix's radar as a competitive threat. Is piracy truly on the rise in the age of streaming services?
Spotify has a new solution for previewing songs to save them to your music collection or creating a play queue on the fly.
It came to other parts of the world first, but the Plex app for the Playstation 3 and 4 is now available stateside.
In the future, you may soon be able to watch Netflix in your room at Marriott hotels.
Wavelength relies on a loophole in UltraViolet's terms to let you legally share your digital movies with others.
The final prototype of the Avegant Glyph is at CES. This mobile theater looks like a pair of headphones that fit over your eyes Geordi LaForge style.
It's finally here audio fans: Neil Young's fancy high-resolution audio player the Pono is landing on store shelves.
Netflix doesn't do much to stop people from accessing Netflix over a virtual private network, but that may soon change.
If you want to look good while tracking your steps, the new Activité Pop may be the smartwatch for you.
Sony is partnering with Samsung to bring its PlayStation Now game streaming service to select Samsung Smart TVs in 2015.