The streaming-video market will go through a gawky phase before reaching maturity.
AI has already been dabbling in the arts for some time, but recently it took a big step further and helped write its first feature-length horror film. Now its co-creators are seeking funding to bring the movie to life.
Osram's Lightify smart bulbs are vulnerable to several crucial exploits, but most will be fixed soon.
The $2 billion purchase of Vizio makes LeEco the number-two player in the U.S. smart TV market, and provides an opportunity for its many content holdings.
With metadata galore, and on-demand coverage of star athletes, X1 is a worthwhile upgrade for Olympics addicts.
The latest additions will please those who regularly use the streaming service, though Binge On isn’t without a legion of critics.
Creative Cloud subscribers can use Lighroom for Apple TV to see their photos on the biggest screen in the house.
Redbox is back with its second attempt at a digital platform. This time the company is reaching for sales and rentals, not subscriptions.
Soon, you'll no longer be able to buy a brand new VHS player.
Roku’s universal watch list has gotten a lot more useful lately, though it still has room to improve.
The U.S. has seized domains belonging to KickassTorrents, one of the most popular sites for illegal file sharing, and its alleged owner has been arrested.
When lots of people gather for concerts or sports events, cellular carriers often bring their networks to the scene with cell towers mounted on trucks, or COWs (cells on wheels). Not to be outdone, Comcast is joining the fray using Wi-Fi.
Hulu's promised universal Windows app for Xbox One just showed up on Microsoft's console, but there's a catch.
The best retail video player has a new feature, and it's very cool.
Deezer's small-scale entry into the U.S. market is over. The service is now available to all—though it lacks a free tier.