Redbox is back with its second attempt at a digital platform. This time the company is reaching for sales and rentals, not subscriptions.
Soon, you'll no longer be able to buy a brand new VHS player.
Deezer's small-scale entry into the U.S. market is over. The service is now available to all—though it lacks a free tier.
Plex has a very nice universal Windows app built specifically for Windows 10, but only for PCs and tablets for now.
Dish has a new remote that lets you control your set-top box with your voice.
The original NES console is back in miniaturized form with 30 built-in games, a controller that also works with Wii systems, and HDMI out.
VLC now has a Windows 10-friendly version that works with nearly every major Windows 10 platform.
Amazon's Dash buttons may one day be replaced by bots and smart home appliances, but for now the retail giant is widening its push-button lineup.
Another big app goes UWP and another big app ignores mobile completely. Wasn't it supposed to be easy to port these apps to mobile?
Kodi's new Raspberry Pi case looks like it belongs in the living room and provides a little cooling too.
You can now get PlayStation Vue broadcast TV streaming on your Roku, and next week you can watch on your Nexus or Galaxy phone as well.
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.