Despite a hardcore audience in the tens of thousands, Pono may have trouble expanding its brand of better-than-CD-quality tunes.
With Amazon’s connected speaker, turning on the lights and activating appliances will soon be just a voice command away for SmartThings users.
Amazon quickly made its mark on the media streamer landscape in 2014, but this year could look a lot different.
Microsoft has realized that it can’t ignore PC gaming anymore, but it still has work to do in building a bridge from the Xbox One.
One more connected TV platform down, but more to go for HBO’s standalone streaming video service.
Subscribers no longer need a specific Samsung television to watch 4K movies, though there are a few more gotchas involved.
The makers of The Cobbler are trying to shake down users of the popular movie piracy software--or at least the ones who didn’t mask their activity with a VPN.
For $30, Sideclick adds TV controls to Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV remotes. Hands-on with a prototype shows plenty of promise.
Apple is eager to prove that a subscription-only model is the way forward for streaming music.
With a few lines of code, Amazon’s magical buy button goes from purchasing fresh diapers to tracking the number of dirty ones.
The cable giant says it’s making way for 'updates and improvements to our online experience,' but it’s unclear if those plans involve Xbox support.
It’s unclear if a Fire TV 2 is coming, though Amazon is certainly due for a sequel.
YouMap Cast Receiver supports sending video from phones, tablets, and the Chrome browser for a fraction of the price, though app support is spotty.
At $250 for lifetime DVR service, buyers will start saving money after 17 months.
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