Amazon's Echo can't make hot Earl Grey, alas, but its new 'Computer' wake word can still make you feel like you're living in Star Trek's bridge.
No cable? No problem. Here's how to watch Donald Trump's presidential inauguration live online for free.
Vizio's SmartCast devices already come with Google Cast functionality built-in. Now they work with Google Home too.
We'll show you how to protect your online privacy as governments around the world, including the U.S., step up their online surveillance efforts.
After making a splash at CES, Nvidia's new $200 Shield TV is now on sale.
Google's Chrome browser will be able to play FLAC files by the end of January—as will Firefox.
Don't let your smart clock expose you to hackers. A web app from BullGuard can help.
Alexa-powered devices try to buy a dollhouse after responding to a command from a news broadcast.
Amazon just pushed out a new Fire TV interface that's similar to what Netflix is doing.
Dolby Atmos is coming to most of the Windows 10 world in 2017, including PCs, tablets, and Xbox consoles.
Cortana is coming to your coffee maker courtesy of Windows IoT Core and the Windows 10 Creators Update.
Now you can keep the viewing tastes separate of up to six family members on Hulu.
A limited number of cable subscribers across the nation can now forget about signing in to endless apps with their cable provider credentials.
Here's a look at the weird, wonderful, and mundane from YouTube's top trending videos of 2016.
Plume wants to put a pod in every room of your house, with most router functions controlled by the cloud.