Amazon reportedly wants to give Alexa some new features including a hint of emotional intelligence and the ability to hold a conversation.
Forget the Chromecast dongle, if you have Fiber TV your set-top box will do the same thing--almost.
Google appears to be developing a version of Android for the Raspberry Pi 3, but nobody knows what it will be for.
Google is far from finished with its attempt to invade the living room, but the Nexus Player's time as part of that strategy is done.
Spotify's family plan now offers six premium memberships for $15 per month, equaling those of Apple Music and Google Play Music.
Netflix’s war against poor speeds from Internet service providers (ISPs) has a new weapon: The company's Fast.com utility can tell you the download speed between your home and Netflix's servers.
The NFL and YouTube have a new agreement that brings classic NFL games in full to Google's video site, as well as more NFL content in Google search.
Wi-Fi Sense is gone from the latest Windows 10 Insider build and will probably disappear from your Windows 10 machines this summer.
If you're headed to university in the fall, you may be able to get Apple Music for $5 a month.
Live TV over the Internet is already here, but it's going to get bigger by 2017 judging by the wave of companies working on their own packages including Amazon, Google, and Hulu.
Hulu is doing a middling job combating Netflix. Now, it wants to try its hand at taking on Sling TV.
USB-C may not only lead a revolution in PC design, it may also change our smartphones and tablets forever.
Apple stopped supporting QuickTime for Windows, but left a couple of major security flaws unpatched. The company recommends you uninstall it, and now would be a good time. Here's how.
Amazon's getting serious about rivaling Netflix. Prime Video is now available for $8.99 a month--no annual Prime membership required.
Apple is giving up on QuickTime for Windows. If you're using the software you'll want to get rid of it as soon as possible.