The Internet is bringing bigger audiences to independent films, but it doesn’t work that way for tent-poles and franchises.
The secret is cold brewing, according to the inventor, but we’ll have to wait until late this summer to find out.
Your PC and your phone aren't the only devices that can catch an infection. The router that connects them to the Internet may also be vulnerable.
It's easy to connect a laptop to an HDTV--unless your laptop doesn't have the right port.
It can handle nearly anything your phone can do, but the learning curve is long.
With just a few simple adjustments, you can tweak your new TV to produce a more accurate picture. We'll show you how.
Roku has more channels and a remote, but Chromecast is cheaper. We pit the two devices against each other in five categories.
This network DVR costs less to run than a TiVo Roamio OTA, but we had a few issues with its lack of Wi-Fi and its excessive fan noise.
Ready for speakers in the ceiling? Dolby Atmos will soon make the jump from high-end movie theaters to the home theater, and then to your headphones too.
Just pay another $5 and get a Chromecast and spare yourself the hassles of this buggy mess.
Can’t get an Internet connection? Follow these steps to find the problem.
Netflix and Hulu Plus aren't the only games in town for movie buffs. We've found a few other film-streaming sites that use curation to stand out from the crowd.
From John Wayne to Alfred Hitchcock, the public domain films on YouTube are free to watch and free from guilt.
In our busy lives, we all need a to-do list. But the one on your computer isn't much help when you're not in front of it. You need reminders to pop up on your phone.
Whether its rare foreign art, 1950’s teenage angst, or spaceships firing photon torpedoes, these boxes of Blu-ray make a great gift.
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