Don't-Miss Entertainment Stories
Amazon may have found its 'Orange Is the New Black,' thanks to bold performances and a truly original story.
BitTorrent launches pay-gated Bundles with a $6 offering from Radiohead’s unorthodox front man.
When government bureaucrats get tough, Netflix doesn't blink.
The latest American Customer Satisfaction Index report finds that U.S. consumers overwhelmingly love their TVs, Apple, and yes, their comfy old desktop PCs. But America's fascination with computing devices in general is waning a bit.
Apple won’t shut down Beats Music because the streaming service can keep iTunes relevant.
The price premium for 4K TV gets a lot smaller.
AT&T's new U-verse bundle lures you in with basic cable, Amazon Prime, and HBO Go, all for $40 per month. But if you read the fine print, that price will change dramatically in a year's time.
It's not just cat videos—YouTube is the most popular place to watch TV online.
The double feature may be long gone from movie theaters, but there's no reason why you can't put on your own at home.
Thanks a lot, guys.
If you've got a Slingbox, you can now cast live and recorded television to any TV outfitted with Google's $35 Chromecast dongle.
New Chromecast apps add even more value to Google's cute little $35 streaming stick.
Cord cutter and "cord nevers" are still willing to pay for content, so Dish Network is prepping its own OTT streaming service, and just locked in content from Scripps.
Ironically, the political battles Netflix has had to fight to get into France make those in Kevin Spacey’s House of Cards pale by comparison.