Don't-Miss Entertainment Stories
You'll have to jump through some hoops to make it work, but an update to Dish's iOS and Android apps will let you view shows stored on your DVR when you're out and about.
From TVs to consoles to set-top boxes, the new Netflix look is headed everywhere.
Pay TV companies can't raise subscription prices fast enough to keep up with spiking content costs. And subscribers are bailing faster than ever.
OK Glass, what song is this?
This week's roundup of accessories for your iOS devices includes items that will help you use your iPhone in the wilderness, or even when Mad Max is ruling the world.
The National Music Publishers Association said it sent take-down notices to what it claims are 50 websites that post lyrics to songs and generate ad revenue but may not be licensed.
Before you work yourself into a lather, please understand that Microsoft has been saying since June that the update would be required.
Microsoft's entertainment app lineup for the Xbox One trumps the PlayStation 4's on the face of things - but watch out for that small print.
The new service gives public libraries the ability to provide a free Netflix-like service to its patrons.
The new system is designed to push better quality comments and ones from certain people higher up on the page while diminishing those from random viewers.
Parent company Dish Network says it will use the Blockbuster brand for other video services.
The company's content chief raised the thorny old issue of release windows by suggesting that Hollywood movies should appear on Netflix on the same day they open in theaters.
Stream Nation doesn't care where you got that movie file. As long as you own it now, you can store it, stream it, and even share it with friends like you would a physical copy.
With the terrific new Comcast app, Android and iPhone users can finally enjoy a mix of live streaming, TV, and movies on their phones and tablets.