When government bureaucrats get tough, Netflix doesn't blink.
It's not just cat videos—YouTube is the most popular place to watch TV online.
Thanks a lot, guys.
If you've got a Slingbox, you can now cast live and recorded television to any TV outfitted with Google's $35 Chromecast dongle.
New Chromecast apps add even more value to Google's cute little $35 streaming stick.
Cord cutter and "cord nevers" are still willing to pay for content, so Dish Network is prepping its own OTT streaming service, and just locked in content from Scripps.
Ironically, the political battles Netflix has had to fight to get into France make those in Kevin Spacey’s House of Cards pale by comparison.
Finally, some cable channels will stream to cord-cutters.
The latest net neutrality protest will sprinkle the web with simulated loading icons, in the hopes that you'll contact your lawmakers before hunkering down to binge-watch your favorite show. But the slowdown will be entirely symbolic.
The smart smoke detector should get a little smarter thanks to a 2.0 software update coming to units automatically in the next couple weeks.
The Sonos 5.1 software update means that you can set up and run Sonos on your Wi-Fi network without having a wired connection to your router.
A recent court settlement suggests that podcast fans can breathe a little easier. But it also offers a telling look at the impact patents are having on the technology world
Another round of Amazon Originals, another chance to tell the company which shows to add to its streaming offerings.
As early as next season, Major League Baseball's live streaming service could ease the rules that prevent you from streaming games involving your local team. But you'd likely need a cable or satellite subscription to take advantage.
If the rumored YouTube Music Key subscription service comes to pass, it will be because plenty of users already enjoy music via YouTube. But will they be willing to pay $10 a month for the privilege?
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