Microsoft's digital assistant arrives on the Xbox One in 2016, but Xbox One Experience Preview testers will get to try it later this year.
Amazon's partnership with Insteon provides the Echo with broader device compatibility, bringing it a little closer to being the center of your smart home.
Google isn't saying what it'll announce, but all indications point toward Android Marshmallow, new Nexus phones, and a revamped Chromecast.
The new channel, slated to launch November 1st, will showcase footage from NASA missions and the International Space Station.
According to Adobe, most people use paid streaming TV services on Apple gear.
Comcast's "Watchable" streaming service should begin arriving on cable boxes soon—but non-subscribers will be able to access it, too.
The US Government may investigate whether or not App Store policies gives Apple Music an unfair advantage, according to Reuters.
Apple Music will let you upload your own tracks to fill in the gaps.
Despite her criticism of Apple's handling of royalties during Apple Music's trial period, Swift remains bullish on the service's potential.
According to Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, Apple will introduce a brand new music streaming service at Monday's WWDC keynote.
Netflix streaming gobbles up over a third of peak-hour Internet traffic in North America, according to networking company Sandvine.
Panasonic launches six new TVs running the operating system in Europe, but the rest of us will have to wait a while longer to get our hands on one.
DirecTV subscribers can now stream a wider selection of popular channels, such as Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, and MTV. Cord-cutters, however, need not apply.
Need some music for your next house party? Pandora will soon have something for you.
Oxford University researchers develop a way to transmit data across a room at 100-gigabit speeds using a beam of light. The Flash would be impressed.
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