Set your Tardis to April 2, 2015 Whovians! BitTorrent just landed its biggest Bundle yet.
It's here Spotify/Playstation fans! Music Unlimited is dead, Spotify has taken its place with an exclusive deal.
4K is old hat for YouTube, which first embraced the resolution in 2010, but now the Google property is upping the stakes by experimenting with 4K videos at a frame rate of 60 frames per second.
It's only one game, but most U.S. football fans will have to live stream this year's annual kickoff from London, England.
Google is looking to do for advertising on TV what it did for advertising on the web.
CDs may be dying, but very slowly. They were still a more popular choice than streaming music services...until now.
Do you hate scroling through Netflix's Carousel-style interface on a PC? This bookmarklet can help make the site friendlier for mouse-and-keyboard PCs.
Rhapsody is hoping that sharing music on Twitter will help bring in new subscribers to the growing service.
HBO's streaming service is just about ready to go and will reportedly be called HBO Now.
The latest version of VLC is ready for prime time and it has some nice features users will appreciate.
Spotify is now its own karaoke machine on the desktop just without the bouncing ball.
YouTube Kids is here and it's pretty good.
Microsoft loves to use Bing to predict major events. The Oscars were no different and Microsoft's number crunching algorithms did really, really well.
Play Music has been on iOS for 15 months and finally Google rolls out an iPad version.
BitTorrent is getting serious about transforming the BitTorrent protocol into a serious distribution method for legal media.