The NBA's streaming video service is about to get cheaper for fans who don't need every game.
With Playstation Vue, Sony lays the groundwork for getting only the channels you want, but it's got a very long way to go.
Meanwhile, Android gets an official Kodi release for televisions and set-top boxes.
With IFTTT integration, a double- or triple-tap on the wrist can trigger all kinds of Internet-based actions.
The cable TV alternative is also expanding to a couple more cities, with the promise of discounts for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Plug in a few artists you like, and Spotify will take you back to similar tunes from another era.
Dropcam could drop its own branding and merge with Nest's main mobile app.
Android TV now lets you browse its entire app store instead just a curated selection. We went through it so you don’t have to.
By all means, admire the potential in these futuristic displays. Just don’t expect them in consumer products any time soon.
Guests in certain hotels can now tap into their Netflix accounts straight from the television. Because who uses hotel pay-per-view anymore?
As more people abandon cable TV for cheap or free streaming services, some hardware makers are hellbent on mashing up online video with free broadcast channels.
A new website lets TiVo users watch their recordings straight from a browser, though some extra hardware might be required.
After announcing Apple as its “first partner,” Showtime adds a couple more venues for its $11 per month streaming service.
The Google Play Store now lets you browse every available app--including all the junk.
Streaming games and over-the-air channels from another room can help slim down your media center, but they also introduce some new points of failure.