HBO Max with Ads will be more affordable than the $15-a-month ad-free tier, but it’ll be missing a key perk: day-and-date Warner Bros. movies.
Deezer, for one, admits that lossless streaming is the “new de facto standard for audio quality” now that Apple and Amazon aren’t charging extra for it.
Similar to the longstanding iOS remote for Apple TV, an integrated touchscreen remote that controls Android TV OS devices will land on Android phones later this year.
If you opened the Eufy app today and found someone else’s videos, you’re not the only one. Eufy has acknowledged the "software bug" and apologized.
If you’re a paid Amazon Music or Apple Music subscriber, get ready for CD-quality and high-resolution streaming, all for free.
Netflix will blow through up to 7GB of data an hour if you let it. Here’s how to put the brakes on Netflix’s data usage.
A selection of 30 shows from the kaput Quibi mobile streaming service will premiere—again—on The Roku Channel, with more to come.
A just-released update for the Sonos Arc now lets you fiddle with the soundbar’s height channel levels, and it also fixes a Google Assistant-related battery issue with the Sonos Roam.
The new Echo Show 8 has a camera that can pan and zoom during video calls, while the second-gen Echo Show 5’s upgraded camera boasts twice the resolution of the original.
The Wyze Buds Pro will boast onboard Alexa and fast-pairing capabilities, but you’ll need to be an Android user to make the most of those features.
Besides its new A19, ST19, globe, and candelabra bulbs, Cree is also unveiling a six-inch color downlight, SmartThings support, and new lighting modes.
As the stalemate continues between Roku and Google over their YouTube TV dispute, Google has devised a clever way to keep the YouTube TV app on Roku devices.
Level locks will be the first to join Amazon’s ambitious Sidewalk neighborhood network, followed by Echo speakers and Tile trackers.
You’ll be able to stream Paramount+ with ads for just $4.99 starting in June, but you’ll have to give up a key perk.
Family members can now get broadcasts from Google Assistant even when they’re not near a Google smart speaker. Also: Family Bell gets a much-needed update.