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The electronics giant promises "exciting new video products" to come as it shutters its current service.
Video, music and books are still important, but partnerships are the way forward for Samsung
With T-Mobile letting its 4G LTE subscribers stream music from select services without it counting against their data plan, we look at why carriers are unlikely to follow suit with unlimited streaming video.
LG will become the last major manufacturer of plasma panels--assuming it doesn't also exit the business.
A successful Kickstarter campaign raised more than $5 million
It's still not the final consumer version, but a higher resolution and positional tracking make the Oculus Rift dev kit 2 far superior to the first version.
This week's roundup of new add-ons for your iOS devices includes a gadget that you can use to stack and recharge dozens of iPads in a single sitting, as well as new devices for recharging, carrying, and listening.
Google needs to make its music offering more valuable, and Songza's song recommendation technology is a great way to do that.
Yahoo's online video site figures to get a boost from the company's decision to create 13 new episodes of the canceled cult TV show.
The Dead Island franchise is branching out yet again, this time into a story-driven psychological horror game. We got our hands on a quick demo—details inside.
A "mosaic" screensaver feature is to blame, not Amazon's ASAP video caching.
But you're too late if you want in on the action: The $60 Ouya All-Access Pass sold out within hours.
Fox is fighting in court with Dish over the latter's Dish Anywhere service, and the TV network thinks the Supreme Court's ruling against Aereo gives it fresh ammo.
Sniper Elite 3 improves on its predecessor, but is still more of a bloody gimmick than a game.
Aereo subscribers wake to find their service cancelled after a US Supreme Court ruling against the company.