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The makers of The Cobbler are trying to shake down users of the popular movie piracy software--or at least the ones who didn’t mask their activity with a VPN.
Apple is eager to prove that a subscription-only model is the way forward for streaming music.
The cable giant says it’s making way for 'updates and improvements to our online experience,' but it’s unclear if those plans involve Xbox support.
Comcast's "Watchable" streaming service should begin arriving on cable boxes soon—but non-subscribers will be able to access it, too.
YouMap Cast Receiver supports sending video from phones, tablets, and the Chrome browser for a fraction of the price, though app support is spotty.
A struggling Rdio needs all the features it can get, but adding traditional radio stations might not be enough.
The new app adds some free features, plus much-improved offline playback for Plex Pass subscribers.
Once a beloved maker of connected TV software, Samsung’s Boxee employees were reportedly building futuristic tablet controls for smart TVs. But in the end, they ran into familiar problems.
According to a new report, Apple is finally—finally!—going to unveil the next generation Apple TV this fall.
Amid greater competition from Apple and Google, Pandora hatches a new way to skip the annoying commercial breaks.
Hulu users can now control playback from an Apple TV, Xbox One, PlayStation, or Chromecast straight from the wrist.
The US Government may investigate whether or not App Store policies gives Apple Music an unfair advantage, according to Reuters.
What is it with subscription streaming music services messing with people's stuff lately?
New features include playlists, music support, SmartGlass controls, and direct MKV playback.
The network's new channel comes with a month-long free trial.