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Set your Tardis to April 2, 2015 Whovians! BitTorrent just landed its biggest Bundle yet.
Geek up the grand old game with data feeds, social media, and other interactive enhancements.
From DVR capabilities to whole-home streaming, a simple set of rabbit ears can be more powerful than you ever imagined.
The latest version of VLC is ready for prime time and it has some nice features users will appreciate.
Could donations be the answer to music’s sustainability problem? Pizicato thinks so.
Google Play Music users can now upload up to 50,000 songs for free, more than doubling what they could previously.
Microsoft loves to use Bing to predict major events. The Oscars were no different and Microsoft's number crunching algorithms did really, really well.
Still in development, the upcoming Android TV app and set-top box promises to auto-detect commercials, and show you more pleasant things instead.
BitTorrent is getting serious about transforming the BitTorrent protocol into a serious distribution method for legal media.
A new software update for Amazon's virtual assistant device lets you use spoken commands to control iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify playback.
The day after the big game, subscribers who enjoy the commercials more than the action on the field can skip past all the boring parts.
Forget Kevin Bacon and indie films: The most interesting cinema at the Sundance Film Festival ran on the Oculus Rift.
TV manufacturer mixes fact with a generous splash of hyperbole while pitching its latest Aquos lineup at its CES press conference.
Seth Rogen and James Franco's latest film becomes a hit on legal streaming sites—and torrent sites as well.
No need to fight the crowds at the cineplex. Netflix has plenty of holiday classics for your nearly silent night.