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One of the largest comic apps, ComiXology, says digital comics are opening the doors for new readers.
And even better, Amazon's Whispersync technology picks up where you left off no matter whether you're reading, listening, or mixing the two.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes a device that will record your heartbeat, another that makes your iPhone movies look more professional, and, of course, a number of Bluetooth speaker systems.
New music app Focus@will claims to boost concentration and keep you on track at work, but research on these productivity playlists is a little fuzzy.
It all started with the 2013 Emmy Awards ceremony, and went downhill for cable and broadcast TV companies from there.
Unfortunately, the latest version of YouTube for Windows Phone returns to the browser. There's really no point in "upgrading".
Worrisome news for the flat-panel TV industry probably means that consumers should see some aggressive holiday TV bargains.
The CBS app, which launched on iOS in March, is now joined by new apps for Android and Windows 8.
Here's your first dose of early Halloween fright, with 10 scary movies streaming on Hulu Plus.
Universal content protection methods make sense, but the EFF argues that embracing DRM goes against the philosophy of the open Web.
The battle for your living room could become even more crowded if Amazon rolls out a set-top TV box this holiday season.
Remember when Google launched a music service in May? Seems like the company may finally be getting around to welcoming iOS users to the party.
Netflix users, start your update engines! A updated mobile app gives iOS 7 users HD streaming and AirPlay support.
The $300 Samsung HomeSync is an Android-based set-top box that acts like a big-screen extension for Samsung's Galaxy phones and tablets.
In the battle against Spotify and Pandora, Rdio hopes free mobile radio is a hook for premium on-demand subscriptions.