From surprising new streaming services to exciting new hardware, life without pay TV just keeps getting better.
Google’s secret podcast weapon: Smart suggestions based on mood and other factors.
Google’s second router partnership isn’t much different than its first.
Time Warner Cable may embrace cord cutters with $10 per month streaming service
Amazon Echo's newest feature: Telling you where to eat via Yelp
ESPN pulls videos from YouTube ahead of paid subscription service.
ABC, CBS, and other broadcast channels could join Sling’s bundle eventually, but they’re a nightmare to negotiate.
YouTube Red's asking price could be worth it for the music alone.
At $4 per month with no commercials, NBC's streaming comedy service is a glimpse at the future of TV.
Apple’s nearly-outdated set-top box won’t be getting the App Store, but it’s still getting new apps.
Plex reboots its desktop software with 4K support, mouse controls, and a much slicker interface.
One of Google's best devices gets modest improvements, and that's okay.
The New Xbox Experience has interesting ideas for video viewing, but doesn’t get the basics right.
Rooting the high-tech router reveals a heavily-modified version of Google’s browser-based operating system.
The Universal Media Remote can control cable boxes, audio receivers, and TVs, along with Sony’s game console.