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Now that Apple has slashed the price of its streaming set-top box, is worth a second look?
Sony's new streaming video service starts at $50 per month for 50 channels, and scales up to $70 per month for 85 channels.
Initially coming to the Chicago, Philadelphia and New York markets, the service will provide local live television channels and other content.
Rhapsody is hoping that sharing music on Twitter will help bring in new subscribers to the growing service.
The ABC News streaming channel gives cord-cutters invested in the Roku ecosystem free, uninterrupted access to the news outlet’s live news feed.
The latest firmware update helps cover for Chromecast's lack of a proper remote, but in limited fashion and only with some TVs.
The $20 per month streaming video service has nearly doubled its channel lineup since last month's launch.
Apple's long-rumored streaming video service is reportedly back on track and will launch this fall.
Customers who purchase Cablevision's Internet service will also be able to subscribe to HBO Now, but pricing and availability are yet to be announced.
Whether you have an Apple TV, Chromecast, or some other streaming hardware, we lay out the best scenarios for catching all the March Madness.
Sony has announced that its cloud-based PlayStation Vue TV service will be available soon in three U.S. cities and nationwide by the end 2015.
We have eight other great recommendations for the best of what's newly available on Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, and Crackle, too.
Now might be a bad time to buy a Roku, as signs of new hardware clear the FCC.
HBO's standalone streaming service is nearly here. Leave it to the cable apologists to rain on the parade.
As more homes rely solely on broadcast TV and streaming video, networks are starting to admit that the big cable bundle isn't sustainable.
The NZXT Doko is more expensive than a Chromecast, less expensive than a Steam Machine, and functions as well as neither.