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Ditched cable and missing your fix of CNN, MSNBC or Fox News? CBS wants to offer the next-best thing.
Google's new TV box combines the convenience of screen beaming with a proper remote control and on-screen menus. It’s not yet fully-baked, but cord cutters should keep an eye on it.
He said it before, and he's saying it again. CBS CEO Les Moonves says to look for a standalone Showtime streaming service in 2015.
With a major label deal in hand and advertising in full swing, SoundCloud gives a timeframe for its premium, ad-free service.
Free ad-supported streaming may be leaving Xbox Music, but Microsoft may still give non-Music Pass subscribers a reason to use the service.
Now you can stream all the curated playlists you desire, and your bags still fly free, too.
Google finally gets the TV box right with the Nexus Player, but it needs a lot of help from developers to reach its full potential.
The new app promises easy video playback in a wide range of formats, but be prepared to pay a subscription.
Roku just made it a whole lot easier to watch Google Play content on your TV.
But they only play in Chrome, in our testing.
A proposed rule change would prevent broadcast stations and cable operators from keeping their content locked up.
Despite what cable apologists may tell you, a la carte pricing is poised to change everything.
For a price, you may never have to sit through another pesky pre-roll video.
The streaming TV dongle packs surprisingly beefy specs and supports Miracast mirroring, and it comes with a remote.
Garry Trudeau's political satire is packed with superstar actors and tons of laughs. It's worth several hours of your time.