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Verizon tries to win over cord cutters by breaking up its channel bundles, but watch out for the fine print.
Users will finally have a way to mirror their phone and tablet screens on the console.
Upcoming DVR software promises to record and stream TV shows to networked devices for $30 per year.
Nick at the Powder Room is absolutely beside himself this weekend. But if you don't like Star Wars or basketball, we have 7 other picks.
How to watch all the hardwood heroics without paying for a cable subscription.
Netflix has a new user interface coming for its television apps and is adding HTTPS across its site.
Dish's streaming video service may be cheaper than a bloated cable bundle, but it can still be just as confusing.
The TV manufacturer is buying into Dolby Vision technology, and it hopes you'll do the same.
Netflix is making it's hit show Marvel's Daredevil more accessible to the blind by adding audio description with more shows to follow.
Most of the equipment that broadcasters need to adopt the higher resolution is now available
It’s a pay program competing with free solutions, but PowerDVD 15 Ultra easily offers the best video quality, and arguably the best sound of any software video player on the market. It's better than most hardware-only solutions as well.
Music Flow speakers will let users play music from any Chromecast-supported app.
Everything you need to know to figure out device support between newer and older devices, and setting it up with Windows or Android devices.
The Internet is bringing bigger audiences to independent films, but it doesn’t work that way for tent-poles and franchises.
Fierce competition among over-the-top video service providers is driving innovation, while traditional video distribution evolves at a snail’s pace.
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