Don't-Miss Streaming Media Stories
Now you can stream your personal photos and videos stored in OneDrive to your TV via Chromecast.
Apple Music will let you upload your own tracks to fill in the gaps.
TV networks have fiercely resisted selling their services individually; but in doing so, they’ve allowed something better to blossom.
The impressive tech delivers blacker blacks and bursts of beautiful brightness, but Amazon's support is just a baby step towards mass adoption.
America's pop princess decided to withhold her latest album from Apple Music over royalty payments.
Musicians who are waiting for the streaming service's free three-month trial to end before signing on won't be punished, Apple says.
The NBA's streaming video service is about to get cheaper for fans who don't need every game.
With Playstation Vue, Sony lays the groundwork for getting only the channels you want, but it's got a very long way to go.
Meanwhile, Android gets an official Kodi release for televisions and set-top boxes.
The cable TV alternative is also expanding to a couple more cities, with the promise of discounts for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
After the free trial, Apple will split the revenue 70/30—the streaming industry standard.
Plug in a few artists you like, and Spotify will take you back to similar tunes from another era.
Spotify isn't afraid of Apple Music and it has the users to show it with a doubling of paid subscribers in just over a year.
After announcing Apple as its “first partner,” Showtime adds a couple more venues for its $11 per month streaming service.
Plex Media Server users just got an important upgrade: The company is giving all of its customers, both paid subscribers and free users, an SSL certificate from a trusted authority, for free.