Don't-Miss Entertainment Stories
Certain shows on A&E, Lifetime, and LMN are effectively blacked out due to content rights issues.
4K is old hat for YouTube, which first embraced the resolution in 2010, but now the Google property is upping the stakes by experimenting with 4K videos at a frame rate of 60 frames per second.
One cannot live on basketball alone. Cinema is essential nutrition for the mind and soul.
Things are going well for Tidal, the high-fidelity streaming service Jay-Z recently acquired. Taylor Swift has brought her music catalog, and T-Mobile has added the service to its list of music platforms exempt from data caps.
The misguided shrieks of cable apologists are growing louder as better alternatives emerge.
Combining broadcast and streaming video in one device is a clever idea, but Mohu's execution is too sloppy to recommend.
Users will be able to take their media streamer on the road, hook up external storage, and listen to more music through Prime Playlists.
The brainchild of Hulu's former CEO takes on YouTube, but cuts out the user-generated cruft.
It's only one game, but most U.S. football fans will have to live stream this year's annual kickoff from London, England.
This movie-streaming service keeps the art of indie film alive.
The latest SlingPlayer Desktop update clutters the video interface with banner advertisements.
VLC is capable and insanely popular. MPC-HC has a heady past that foundered in a sea of instability. Is VLC indomitable or has the competition righted the ship?
Siri, App Store, and home automation could be centerpieces of Apple's next living room set-top box.
Sony, HBO, and Showtime reportedly seek special treatment for their online video services, but run into net neutrality rules and business concerns.
CDs may be dying, but very slowly. They were still a more popular choice than streaming music services...until now.