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We've tested the beta versions of the new Sonos controllers and come away impressed.
That's what the the Wall Street Journal says. But there are plenty of potential hurdles in the way of Apple and the nation's biggest cable provider joining forces.
New app turns televisions into interactive photo galleries.
Meet the new Myst, a lot like the old Myst - but with vastly improved graphics. Does the classic stand up to the test of time?
Who should pay for heavy bandwidth usage? Netflix thinks it's up to the ISPs and carriers. AT&T isn't convinced.
Best Buy and Walmart are offering a bundle that makes Microsoft's Xbox One cheaper than the Sony Playstation 4.
Quick, check the couch cushions. Maybe you'll find four grand in quarters for the 55-inch curved 4K smart TV we named "best of CES."
The streaming media service may be getting improved speeds from Comcast now that it's paying for direct access to the ISP's network, but Reed Hastings doesn't sound too thrilled with the arrangement.
If the sea of virtual reality headsets, peripherals, games, and even MOVIES are any indication, the future's already here.
UltraViolet, take note: the DVD version of Disney's hit offers multiple digital options and a painless download process.
Don't think that the Viacom-YouTube piracy settlement means all the free Hollywood movies have disappeared from YouTube. Far from it.
One hundred years after the debut of his first short, Chaplin's films hold up remarkably well, and they're just begging for you to discover (or rediscover!) them on Hulu Plus.
"It's really cool to see other people entering the VR space," Palmer Luckey told us at this week's Game Developer Conference.
Sony's PlayStation Network is getting into original programming with a TV adaptation of the comic book series Powers.