Don't-Miss Entertainment Stories
Sony has announced that its cloud-based PlayStation Vue TV service will be available soon in three U.S. cities and nationwide by the end 2015.
We have eight other great recommendations for the best of what's newly available on Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, and Crackle, too.
Now might be a bad time to buy a Roku, as signs of new hardware clear the FCC.
HBO's standalone streaming service is nearly here. Leave it to the cable apologists to rain on the parade.
As more homes rely solely on broadcast TV and streaming video, networks are starting to admit that the big cable bundle isn't sustainable.
The NZXT Doko is more expensive than a Chromecast, less expensive than a Steam Machine, and functions as well as neither.
The Google-owned maker of smart thermostats and smoke detectors is hiring an audio engineer for new hardware and software products.
As artists get skittish about the rise of streaming music, the record industry reconsiders how much its tunes are really worth.
Programming will be available on Roku players and Roku TV models.
HBO said Monday that the HBO Now standalone streaming service will launch in April. It will be exclusive to iOS devices, but with some loopholes for Windows users.
Dish's streaming video service is off to an "encouraging" start, though it's still a tiny sliver of the overall pay TV market.
Once limited to Samsung smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs, now you can listen to Milk on any computer’s web browser.
Need some music for your next house party? Pandora will soon have something for you.
Word on the street is that Apple's long-rumored streaming service could be unveiled in June at the company's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference.
The Spotify desktop app’s new lyrics feature runs afoul of U.S. copyright law, according to karaoke provider DigiTrax CEO Joseph C Vangieri.