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Amazon and Apple make comic-book fans sad, Yelp lets reviewers add video clips, tablet and smartphone fans let "app rot" set in, and how many tech fans does it take to install a smart bulb? With guests Leah Yamshon and Blake Stimac.
Think of this like Choose Your Own Adventure, for movies, with a group. Plus, you get a legitimate excuse to use your cell phone during a film!
You can now stream a selection of PlayStation 3 titles to your PlayStation 4 for ad-hoc backwards compatibility. It's going to cost you, though.
Plunking down your cash enables a handful of useful features, but fear not, thrifty listeners: The no-cost version remains ad-free—for now.
EA Access is exclusive to the Xbox One, but Sony doesn't want it anyway.
Netflix is quickly racking up interconnection deals with the major U.S. ISPs in 2014. AT&T is the latest to grab a chair at the Netflix interconnection buffet.
This week's roundup of new iOS accessories includes a device for quickly charging up to eight iOS devices, plus cables, Bluetooth speakers, and more.
At Comic-Con, the existence of the iPad is no longer a big deal. But that's not to say there isn't still drama going on regarding digital comics.
EA Access will allow you to play a handful of EA titles for $5 per month or $30 per year, including Madden and Battlefield 4.
That's only 20 percent of Spotify's total, but it's still nothing to sneeze at.
Not long before Microsoft is expected to release an update to the Xbox One loaded with 3D movie playback, Sony started its 3D playback push on Tuesday.
Nathan Fillion. Alan Tudyk. Adam Baldwin. Sean Maher. Ron Glass. Jewel Staite. Gina Torres. Summer Glau. The gang's all here.
If you're a fan of great stories and interactive iOS games, you absolutely need to pick up Giant Spacekat's new game Revolution 60.
Don't expect the likes of Yahoo and Amazon to follow the lead of Microsoft as it abandons efforts to produce original online shows.
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