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The big cable bundle continues to crumble as NBC ponders a standalone streaming video service for comedy fans.
The $20 per month streaming TV service now offers 16 channels, while a new $5 'Hollywood' bundle serves up streaming movies.
From DVR capabilities to whole-home streaming, a simple set of rabbit ears can be more powerful than you ever imagined.
Netflix's flagship original series drops into an escalating war over original content.
The latest version of VLC is ready for prime time and it has some nice features users will appreciate.
Our resident movie critic has some great streaming recommendations for grownups, too.
Could donations be the answer to music’s sustainability problem? Pizicato thinks so.
First announced at CES, with few details, Panasonic’s 2015 Viera line will be the first smart TVs to use Mozilla’s operating system.
Nick's first subscription streaming video plan has arrived, though it's not the far-reaching service we expected.
Spotify is now its own karaoke machine on the desktop just without the bouncing ball.
Google Play Music users can now upload up to 50,000 songs for free, more than doubling what they could previously.
When it comes to media streaming, MLB Advanced Media is definitely in the major leagues. Now its proud parent is considering spinning it off as an independent entity.
The update brings the Roku app in line with Plex’s existing apps for Xbox, Playstation, and Smart TVs. In other words, it’s now much less of an eyesore.
YouTube Kids is here and it's pretty good.
Microsoft loves to use Bing to predict major events. The Oscars were no different and Microsoft's number crunching algorithms did really, really well.