The mail-order video game rental service's expansion to streaming seems long overdue, but the market's still young and unproven.
Google-powered TV boxes have been a tough sell next to Apple TV, Roku, and Fire TV, but that’s starting to change.
Shield is much pricier than your average set-top box, but aims to justify its $200 price tag with 4K streaming and a bunch of gaming options.
This free living room TV software offers vast quantities of movies and TV shows out of the box.
With sub-$200 prices and optical audio output, Intel's next miniature PC kit could serve as a flexible streaming media box.
The Xbox One is so close to cord-cutting perfection--especially if you’re already a gamer--but needs DVR to get over the goal line.
How do you keep subscribers on board after Game of Thrones is over? Give them a deal on prepaid service.
The pursuit of live, local TV stations may be gumming up the process, and Apple reportedly has no TV programmers on board.
A version of Android is reportedly coming to connected light bulbs, door locks, and other low-power devices--just to make an already-messy situation even messier.
Google's television platform is getting a little more hospitable to people who've ditched cable TV.
An upcoming redesign makes Netflix.com look more like its mobile apps, without the sluggish carousel.
TiVo plans to bring back Aereo without breaking the law. But what made Aereo great is precisely what made it illegal.
Users can view a full channel guide, pause and rewind live programming, and stream the video signal to other networked devices.
The DVR box rounds out its app lineup by letting users stream their videos, music, and photos from a networked computer.
Google's streaming video dongle has the support of most major streaming services, though it still has a handful of blind spots.