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Netflix is working closely with Nintendo on the series, according to a Wall Street Journal report
That’s the bad news. The good news is that backers of the Firefox OS-powered stick will be upgraded to a quad-core CPU at no additional cost.
The streaming model isn’t benefitting musicians any more than CDs did, despite the miniscule distribution costs.
As Netflix's original content war with Amazon intensifies, it's tapping the director of Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby for a new drama.
Google's intent is to encourage you to rent a movie for Valentine’s Day, but it’s good for any content in the Play Store.
January was the eighth straight month of double-digit declines in live TV ratings, according to research firm Nomura.
Oscar nominees are often recognized for their body of work as much as their current roles. Now’s your chance to see other gripping work from Michael Keaton (Birdman) and Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) among others.
Ever wish you could watch the Weird Al Show or Mystery Science Theater 3000 again? ShoutFactoryTV brings it to phones, set-top boxes, and more for free.
You might think of YouTube as merely a place for snack-sized videos, but these tips can turn it into a cord-cutting powerhouse.
A new YouTube feature lets users switch camera angles on the fly during video playback.
Deep iOS and iTunes integration means Beats Music will be perfect for your car, your house, and anywhere else you use your Apple devices. Which, let's face it, is everywhere.
Sonos is appealing to jazz aficionados with a limited-edition Blue Note speaker, though the window of opportunity to get one is slim.
A new software update for Amazon's virtual assistant device lets you use spoken commands to control iTunes, Pandora, and Spotify playback.
Toshiba says the U.S. TV market just isn't worth it anymore. You'll still see the Toshiba brand on TVs although those sets won't come from the company itself.
Yet another network de-couples from cable, with a streaming service aimed at mobile devices.