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Now we feel bad picking on Ouya so hard, because even Amazon's vast resources and developer support haven't made the Fire TV a decent gaming machine.
An alpha version of the Windows app lets you stream to Google's HDMI stick, and support is coming to Mac and Android next.
Netflix taggers help the streaming video service build up its content recommendations by slapping keywords on movies and TV shows.
The VR firm promises news on upcoming technology as it starts shipping its latest developer kits.
The Windows version of the second-generation Kinect hardware opened for preorders on the Microsoft Store over the weekend, with a higher-than-expected cost.
The virtual reality company works to keep developer versions of its headset off the black market to ensure actual developers will be able to get one.
This is your gaming news update for the week of June 30—Fox loves BioShock Infinite, Lindsay Lohan is upset she's relevant again, and Atari's serving up breakfast food at Denny's.
You'd better act fast, though—Turtle Rock Studios hopes to have the alpha list finalized by July 5.
You might have watched them on Betamax or even Laserdisc. (Remember Laserdisc?) Now they're on Netflix on every screen you have.
Google's decision to add Songza to its musical bag of tricks shows that the Internet giant recognizes the importance of curation.
The electronics giant promises "exciting new video products" to come as it shutters its current service.
Video, music and books are still important, but partnerships are the way forward for Samsung
With T-Mobile letting its 4G LTE subscribers stream music from select services without it counting against their data plan, we look at why carriers are unlikely to follow suit with unlimited streaming video.
LG will become the last major manufacturer of plasma panels--assuming it doesn't also exit the business.
A successful Kickstarter campaign raised more than $5 million