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Netflix is a gold mine of horror films, from classics to remakes. These are perfect to watch with your hands over your eyes, peeking through a slit in your fingers.
The company doesn’t break out music sales, but reports indicate downloads are falling fast.
The e-commerce giant and aspiring media mogul wants investors to forget about yesterday's earnings report and lowered holiday-season sales forecast.
One of the more popular podcast apps has been acquired by music streaming service Deezer, but don't worry Stitcher will continue as-is--at least for now.
Subscribers will be able to rock on past December 1, but Microsoft's pressing Stop on non-paying listeners. We explain why--and where you can turn to for free tunes from here.
A partnership between Adobe and Nielsen gives broadcasters detailed viewing data
What’s the streaming music subscription sweet spot? Apple is reportedly eyeing a $5-a-month option.
The chip maker is keen on 4K video, but needs manufacturing partners to get on board
Tired of sharing your Spotify account with everyone at home, but don't want to bother creating a second account? Pretty soon you won't have to thanks to Spotify Family.
Settle in with a mug of coffee and a pile of junk food, and let the fast-talking whimsy of Gilmore Girls wash over you.
The Spanish-language network giant will join CBS and HBO in adding a standalone streaming video service.
The future of a-la-carte TV looks less than rosy. The $6 monthly All Access service omits football games and “The Big Bang Theory” due to licensing issues, and new shows will still have commercials.
HBO Go might just be the first domino to fall.
The Nexus Player certainly looks more appealing than the failed Nexus Q and Google TV projects from years past.
HBO's new standalone streaming video service will launch in 2015, but details are scarce.