Siskel and Ebert would be proud. Netflix is adopting a simple like/dislike format for user ratings and dumping the stars.
Netflix will bring HDR content to phones, and it's looking at creating phone-specific cuts of its videos.
For $10 a month, Pandora Premium users get access to Pandora's popular radio services and a new on-demand catalog.
Anyone with a Plex Pass subscription can now get at their media libraries from Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive (personal) with Plex Cloud.
Nest's new two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of protection to your smart home.
Now you can add a new calendar appointment for work without getting off the couch to grab your phone.
Vizio's new E-series TV has the latest in television tech at very reasonable prices.
Opinions of the Nintendo Switch are torn between the console's strength and weaknesses.
It's a pretty solid Wi-Fi router with gigabit ethernet, beamforming, USB peripheral support, and remote access for well under $100.
Facebook videos from your news feed and profile are now available in an endless stream on Apple TV.
If you were signed out of your Google device on Thursday it wasn't hackers—just a Google hiccup.
Phone calls could be coming to the Amazon Echo and Google Home, but the companies are currently hung up on several technicalities.
Caavo wants to be the one set-top box to rule them all, but will the major video streaming players stand for it?
Comcast's new Xfinity Stream app takes its cues from the cable company's impressive X1 set-top box.
YouTube isn't cancelling PewDiePie's account, but the popular vlogger has lost his YouTube Red series and access to the Google Preferred advertising program.