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Skratch TV to target young golf enthusiasts who like their content bite-sized.
After fending off privacy concerns around voice recognition in its smart TVs, Samsung is facing new complaints about ads appearing in users' video streams.
BitTorrent is getting serious about transforming the BitTorrent protocol into a serious distribution method for legal media.
Music copyright law is a mess, but the changes the U.S. Copyright Office is proposing might not help.
The 'let's build-it-from-the-ground-up' approach just didn’t work for the big retailer.
Users have to deliberately press buttons to activate the voice commands features, Samsung says.
Crafty users can still install an older version to get around Dish's arbitrary restrictions.
Petr Harmy, the restorer who brought the painstakingly remastered "Star Wars: Despecialized Edition" trilogy of films to Star Wars fans, will now work at NanoTech's 4K Studios, helping its UltraFlix 4K streaming service convert movies to 4K resolution.
Cable cutters rejoice! Anyone can subscribe to the live TV streaming service Sling.
Netflix is working closely with Nintendo on the series, according to a Wall Street Journal report
That’s the bad news. The good news is that backers of the Firefox OS-powered stick will be upgraded to a quad-core CPU at no additional cost.
The streaming model isn’t benefitting musicians any more than CDs did, despite the miniscule distribution costs.
As Netflix's original content war with Amazon intensifies, it's tapping the director of Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby for a new drama.
Google's intent is to encourage you to rent a movie for Valentine’s Day, but it’s good for any content in the Play Store.