Don't-Miss Entertainment Stories
Want to watch NBC live on your phone or tablet? Only cable subscribers in select markets should bother.
The cable giant's live streaming catalog now tops 70 channels, and more than 30 percent of customers are taking advantage.
Play Music has been on iOS for 15 months and finally Google rolls out an iPad version.
The free and open-source software is about to become even more versatile.
While pricing hasn't been announced, adding movies on demand renders Sling TV a direct competitor Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video.
The Oscar-nominated ‘Birdman’ is just one of the great films now available for streaming.
Commit to three months of Sling TV, and get a free Fire TV Stick or $50 off the Fire TV set-top box.
It's easy to connect a laptop to an HDTV--unless your laptop doesn't have the right port.
There's no need to wait for Microsoft's official TV tuner; this obscure $35 box does a fine job on its own.
Skratch TV to target young golf enthusiasts who like their content bite-sized.
After fending off privacy concerns around voice recognition in its smart TVs, Samsung is facing new complaints about ads appearing in users' video streams.
BitTorrent is getting serious about transforming the BitTorrent protocol into a serious distribution method for legal media.
Music copyright law is a mess, but the changes the U.S. Copyright Office is proposing might not help.
The 'let's build-it-from-the-ground-up' approach just didn’t work for the big retailer.
Users have to deliberately press buttons to activate the voice commands features, Samsung says.