Google's $35 streaming dongle just keeps on getting stronger—though most of the recent additions are of limited usefulness to cord cutters.
Plex is one of the more popular choices when it comes to PC-based home media streaming platforms. Now managing multiple users on Plex just got easier—for paid users, anyway.
The Internet TV revolution will not be televised by Aereo.
Taylor Swift doesn't like Spotify's free tiers. Is Sony starting to sing the same tune?
Rdio is dropping the prices of its family plans by $5 to match rival Spotify's recently announced multi-user deals.
It will only hit limited markets and devices in 2014, but beginning next year Sony intends to be at the forefront of the cord-cutting revolution in the United States.
Another company is getting into the dongle game, or at least it looks that way. This time's it's Walmart with a Vudu-focused HDMI stick.
The first smartphone emblazoned with the Microsoft Lumia name will be unveiled next Tuesday, but don't expect a flagship phone.
He said it before, and he's saying it again. CBS CEO Les Moonves says to look for a standalone Showtime streaming service in 2015.
AT&T is expanding its Next program to entice more customers into paying for their devices as opposed to opting for subsidies.
Free ad-supported streaming may be leaving Xbox Music, but Microsoft may still give non-Music Pass subscribers a reason to use the service.
Google may be getting ready to put its Bump acquisition to good use with Copresence, a service for trading files between devices.
Rachio just released an update to its sprinkler system app that the company says can reduce your outdoor water usage by up to 30 percent.
But they only play in Chrome, in our testing.
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