As 4K TV prices become more reasonable and content starts to trickle out, Japanese broadcaster NHK has its sights set on the next step: 8K.
The cloud antenna/DVR service is adding another way to send its streaming video to your TV: Google's handy Chromecast stick.
Amazon's first media streaming product packs plenty of power and a handy voice search feature. Oh, and it plays games too.
SesameGo's web-based subscription lets you nom, nom, nom all the Cookie Monster, Elmo, and Big Bird you can watch.
It looks like a Chromecast, but packs all the channels of a full-size Roku box...with just a couple of trade-offs.
Yahoo is trying to draw YouTube's biggest stars over to the Purple Side, but for its rumored new video service to succeed, it needs to delight users too.
This new social app is the take-a-penny, leave-a-penny tray for urban exploration.
Endorse your favorite apps so your friends know how smart you are, and find out what they're using too.
That's what the the Wall Street Journal says. But there are plenty of potential hurdles in the way of Apple and the nation's biggest cable provider joining forces.
Quick, check the couch cushions. Maybe you'll find four grand in quarters for the 55-inch curved 4K smart TV we named "best of CES."
If the three little words you most dread to hear are, "What's for dinner?" you need this free app on your iOS or Android phone.
The flexible HereO system can track little kids with a small GPS watch, as well as the rest of the smartphone-toting family and key caretakers too.
Amazon is rumored to be prepping a streaming stick that streams not only video like the Roku's HDMI stick, but also top-tier games like OnLive.
I may have struggled to find the next breakout tech product, but SXSW isn't really about announcements, it's about people. And this year a lot of those people were awesome women with big ideas for using technology to change the world.
Urban Airship is the middleware between the apps you use and the notifications they send you -- the useful, targeted, non-annoying notifications, anyway.
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