Sony starts taking PlayStation VR pre-orders more than six months ahead of launch.
Verizon Fios live TV apps for Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs are going away. One more argument for opening up the set-top box market?
Turner Broadcasting looks to lure cord-cutters with standalone services and skinny bundles.
Android N plants the seeds for a futuristic DVR in Android TV and brings back picture-in-picture.
Sony’s new PlayStation Vue streaming-TV bundle costs $10 more than Sling TV, but it includes way more channels.
Screening Room looks to bring first-run movies straight to the living room, but at a high price.
Best Buy’s Insignia brand is first out the gate with 43-inch and 50-inch Roku 4K smart TVs.
Why do Hulu and other streaming video services show the same ads over and over?
DirecTV goes 4K on a single channel, as the era of live UltraHD broadcasts begins with a whimper.
ESPN and CBS hint at more standalone streaming options to come.
Microsoft discontinues Skype for TV because hardly anyone used it.
With Xbox One, Microsoft's Universal apps are about to expand beyond Windows in a major way.
Sending Spotify songs to Facebook Messenger friends will soon be just a few taps away.
Amazon and Nest make nice: Echo and Fire TV users will soon get to set thermostat temperature by voice.
Sony’s PlayStation Vue streaming service gets Disney/ESPN channels and a price drop, but has a tough road ahead.