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Leaving Google TV in the dust, Vizio's new streaming box will bring the Web to any HDTV.
A new website compares top movie torrent downloads to the movie's legal availability, and it doesn't look good for Hollywood.
This week's roundup of new iOS-related gear offers new ways to power up your iPhone, and even new ways to power up multiple iOS devices at the same time. Power to the people, uh-huh!
Canada will soon make cable and satellite companies offer channels a la carte. But at this point, will it really make a difference?
Two top cable providers are reportedly in talks with Netflix to bring House of Cards—and much, much more—straight to your set-top cable box.
The Play:1 lets you get your Sonos on for less than $200.
A cadre of prominent broadcasters including ABC and CBS petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday to shut down Aereo, a television streaming service, alleging that Aereo infringes their copyrights and puts their businesses at risk, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Google will reportedly transition away from Google TV and introduce the name Android TV.
Here are five British TV shows available to stream (one for the first time) that are worth a watch.
Because reading about tech is so 2005.
Soon, you'll be able to stream local over-the-air television broadcasts straight to your Nexus tablet.
One of the largest comic apps, ComiXology, says digital comics are opening the doors for new readers.
And even better, Amazon's Whispersync technology picks up where you left off no matter whether you're reading, listening, or mixing the two.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes a device that will record your heartbeat, another that makes your iPhone movies look more professional, and, of course, a number of Bluetooth speaker systems.
New music app Focus@will claims to boost concentration and keep you on track at work, but research on these productivity playlists is a little fuzzy.