Don't-Miss Entertainment Stories
Ahead of Gamescom 2014, Microsoft tipped some big home entertainment improvements that are coming to the Xbox One.
Harebrained Schemes (Shadowrun) explores the future of digitally-enhanced board games with Golem Arcana—but it'll cost you.
One hand occupied? Have a few minutes to kill? These are some great games you can easily play with one hand.
It's now standard operating procedure for premium cable channels to stream the first episode of any new show to capture viewer eyeballs -- and, ideally, new subscriptions.
Or to put it another way: A survey by the entertainment industry trade magazine found that YouTube stars are more popular among teenagers than movie, TV, and music celebrities.
Amazon's supplier rampage continues and this time the online retailer is targeting Mickey Mouse and friends.
If you can't beat 'em... The company won't talk specifics yet, but it looks like a CBS show may soon debut online instead of the on company's television broadcast network.
Nvidia scores with the highest-performaning Android tablet, but non-gamers may find it hard to live with some of the tablet's annoyances.
Roku boasts more than 1500 channels, but that's overkill by far. Install these 20 and you will never, ever run out of stuff to watch.
Plus a military dictatorship bans a dictatorship simulator and someone sues Sony over 1080p resolution—this is your must-know gaming news for the week of August 4.
It's been canceled twice, but when has that ever kept a show down? Monty Ashley tells you whether the latest -- and likely last -- season of The Killing is worth your time on Netflix.
Reed Hastings took to Facebook to boast about how his streaming video service is giving the pay cable giant a run for its money.
The game streaming giant also changed up the rules for archives, eliminating the ability to archive full-length streams for longer than sixty days.
The streaming music service has inked its first deal with a music rights body -- Merlin, which represents more than 20,000 independent record labels and distributors. It's going to mean changes to how you discover music on Pandora.
This week's roundup of new gear for your iOS devices includes a famous prop from "Back to the Future." (Alas, you won't do any time traveling.) We've also got cables, speakers, stands, and more.