Sharing your streaming video password with the world isn’t good for much more than a laugh.
The mere presence of Siri voice search in the new Apple TV is unremarkable. It’s the execution that matters.
Microsoft starts publicly testing its new console interface, though you’ll have to jump through some hoops to get it.
To be honest, Microsoft deserves some credit for keeping Zune services going this long.
Epix adds offline viewing so you can watch Interstellar on your next flight.
Fox Sports Go will stream live NFL games, but only for cable subscribers.
Don’t expect to watch Amazon Prime videos on Google’s television platforms anytime soon, at least not without workarounds.
Apple’s set-top box is getting its long-awaited overhaul, with a proper App Store, a major role for Siri, and a serious emphasis on gaming.
Microsoft’s decade-old living room software reportedly runs on Windows 10 if you don’t mind a sketchy download and installation process.
For a few hours last night, Dropcam users couldn’t access their camera feeds at all.
Netflix thinks you're too confused to deal with offline playback.
IFTTT's Do app for Android Wear brings more smart home controls to your wrist.
Sling TV could support Chromecast and Apple TV before too long.
In the Wii U’s paltry video app lineup, Watchup’s approach to streaming the news fills a specific role.
SleepSense joins a growing number of on-bed sleep trackers, though its connection to Samsung TVs and appliances could be its standout feature.