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One of the first to fall as part of Microsoft's layoffs is its Xbox Entertainment Studios, although some of the company's flagship media offerings will remain unscathed.
You'll be able to watch out-of-market games on a laptop, PC, mobile device, or gaming console without a satellite TV subscription -- if you happen to meet DirecTV's eligibility standards.
A Raspberry-Pi powered tool tricks Google Chromecast into playing Rick Astley
The payment notifications ended up in a junk mail folder, a Sony executive says.
This week's roundup of new iOS gear includes headphones that include a high-def camera for sending live video to your iPhone or iPad for immediate editing and distribution.
Sling brought back the native desktop apps and built Wi-Fi in to its entry-level Slingbox, now called the M1.
Sling Media's new user interface for its flagship Slingbox has a few features sports nuts in particular will love.
Fox had cited the Supreme Court's ruling against online TV provider Aereo in its effort to get an injection against Dish Network's place shifting service. But an appeals court upheld a U.S. District Court judge's rejection of that request.
Rdio users are no longer limited to short song previews, with support for other streaming services coming soon.
The Supreme Court may have backed TV networks in their fight against Aereo's streaming service, but traditional broadcasters face other challenges from online TV that could prove harder to beat back.
'There's no doubt that in a short period of time with the Oculus and things like what we're doing combined, you'll have moments of total immersion where you're completely lost in the space. Your brain cannot tell the difference.'
Short of being submerged, the speakers can handle a dousing and still crank out the music over Bluetooth.
The real draw for these speakers is their durability. They're rated to IPX-5 standards so short of being submerged they'll continue playing your tunes.
Just pay another $5 and get a Chromecast and spare yourself the hassles of this buggy mess.
You've used the BitTorrent protocol to grab Linux distributions and pirated movies. Now the company behind the protocol hopes you'll pay for your next torrent download.