Microsoft releases new software aimed at controlling robots, smart homes, and other small hardware projects. But it's far from a full-blown version of Windows.
You might know Plex primarily as a way to stream videos from your computer to other devices, but a new update aims to make the software just as useful for streaming your music collection.
By moving remote-controlled outlet and light bulb switches onto a local Wi-Fi network, Hook promises to enable a smart home for under $100.
Verizon hopes skinny bundles will lure back cord-cutters, but ESPN doesn't want to be an extra-cost option.
They have the same names and nearly identical designs, but there's one sure way to make sure you get the right version.
Too many regulators had too many problems with making the largest cable provider even larger.
Verizon tries to win over cord cutters by breaking up its channel bundles, but watch out for the fine print.
Users will finally have a way to mirror their phone and tablet screens on the console.
Upcoming DVR software promises to record and stream TV shows to networked devices for $30 per year.
The downside of smart homes has become painfully clear to some Wink owners, whose systems got knocked offline over the weekend.
Dish's streaming video service may be cheaper than a bloated cable bundle, but it can still be just as confusing.
Music Flow speakers will let users play music from any Chromecast-supported app.
Just seven months after cracking the $1000 barrier, Vizio's 4K TV sets are getting even cheaper.
With one button press, users can pull up actor lists, trivia, soundtracks, and other information from IMDb.
$179 TV tuner box shows four channels at once on tablets and televisions.