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HBO Go might just be the first domino to fall.
The Nexus Player certainly looks more appealing than the failed Nexus Q and Google TV projects from years past.
HBO's new standalone streaming video service will launch in 2015, but details are scarce.
Instead of paying a huge TV bill, young viewers are doing just fine with Netflix and Amazon
These new-to-Netflix films, five new and five classic, let you travel through strange worlds without leaving your couch.
Designed for smartphone screens, this attractive side-scroller is well tuned for touch and provides ample replay value.
Chrome users can just head to Netflix’s site to start streaming.
Next-generation displays are being promoted as consumers try to catch up to 4K
This speaker case improves both speaker and headphone quality, whether you're hard of hearing and need more oomph, or you just like to rock out.
Sony's TV package could cost over $60 per month, while Dish's low-cost plan may exclude basic channels
Flipping the series' trademark "tower offense" design, this glossy sci-fi campaign requires smart, tactical decision-making
Google Play Music recently passed the 500 million download mark.
The movie streaming service, a joint venture between Verizon and Redbox, will go dark on October 7th.
The Radiohead front man's BitTorrent Bundle experiment is a success so far, according to BitTorrent.
Screen mirroring is now available as a beta feature for Roku's Streaming Stick and player products, striking back at Chromecast and Airplay competition.