Yet another network de-couples from cable, with a streaming service aimed at mobile devices.
The $20 Internet TV service has its fair share of problems, but it adds an element that many cord cutters have been missing.
The new online store offers smart scales, home automation devices, and even a pet tracker with hooks into Jawbone's own fitness bands.
The lossless audio compression format won't be limited to laptops and desktops, though it's a few months away.
You don't need a pay-TV subscription to watch Super Bowl XLIX . Our guide shows you how to get the big game onto almost any screen you own.
A new Playstation Music service will launch this spring for PS3 and PS4 game consoles. Users will be able to pay through their PlayStation Network wallets.
The $50 fitness band will soon let users control lights, locks, thermostats and more straight from the wrist.
SpotCam's “Sleep Mode” can disable recording during certain times, but switch back on when it detects motion or audio disturbances.
The appliance giant is announcing the first sous-vide setup, which integrates with a cooktop and can be controlled from your smartphone.
Your Apple-powered smart home of the future needn't be limited to the HomeKit ecosystem, but venturing outside will bring some restrictions.
Video Game High School creators RocketJump and Freddie Wong sign on with Hulu for an eight-episode original comedy.
Ask yourself these 9 questions before you decide to drop your cable- or satellite-TV subscription.
Unlike Netflix, Amazon also plans to release the films to theater chains before Amazon Prime subscribers can get them.
Admire the $30 streaming video device for its impressive engineering, but don't hold your breath for a U.S. launch.
The free app does a fine job of sending photos to your TV, but there are better options for video.
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