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Yahoo's online video site figures to get a boost from the company's decision to create 13 new episodes of the canceled cult TV show.
The Dead Island franchise is branching out yet again, this time into a story-driven psychological horror game. We got our hands on a quick demo—details inside.
A "mosaic" screensaver feature is to blame, not Amazon's ASAP video caching.
But you're too late if you want in on the action: The $60 Ouya All-Access Pass sold out within hours.
Fox is fighting in court with Dish over the latter's Dish Anywhere service, and the TV network thinks the Supreme Court's ruling against Aereo gives it fresh ammo.
Sniper Elite 3 improves on its predecessor, but is still more of a bloody gimmick than a game.
Aereo subscribers wake to find their service cancelled after a US Supreme Court ruling against the company.
"Cast to Native" will let users beam a video through Chromecast, then control playback with a traditional remote.
Somebody is making a game called Rock Simulator. No, seriously. Also, Oakland finally lifts an 80-year ban on pinball machines.
If you're gonna watch for more than three hours a day, you might want to hop on a treadmill while doing so.
Aereo may want to fight on, but if the company does it will have to look extra for future cash infusions.
The new YouTube additions are bound to make gamers grin from ear to ear.
Jerry Seinfeld is back on TV... or at least in a webseries from Crackle. But is his latest effort worth your attention?
With the slow summer months stretching out ahead of us, it's time to look back on the best games released in the first half of 2014.
Forget about those third-party apps, Roku's official remote control solution for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone is finally here.