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This Amazon daily deal on the Proscenic M6 Pro robot vacuum/mop hybrid can take some of the hassle out of spring cleaning.
The $399 Google Home Max will launch in December with Smart Sound technology. Here's everything you need to know.
Nvidia's $179 Shield TV bundle sheds the game controller to match the price of the new Apple TV 4K.
Thursday Night Football games are dumping Twitter for Amazon Prime, and that sucks for cord-cutters.
Amazon Music Unlimited offers steep discounts and special features to Amazon Echo owners and Amazon Prime subscribers.
Twitter's first NFL Thursday Night Football stream was a fantastic experience.
Sony's first 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player supports HDR and virtually everything else you can ask for, but it's focused on pricey custom AV installations.
Hulu's promised universal Windows app for Xbox One just showed up on Microsoft's console, but there's a catch.
Google's new Chromecasts are round, smart, and easier to use than ever before.
First Chromecast took over your TV, and Google Cast for Audio hopes to do the same for speakers and other audio gear.
Bad news, Redbox fans: Renting movies and games is about to become more expensive.
The future of a-la-carte TV looks less than rosy. The $6 monthly All Access service omits football games and “The Big Bang Theory” due to licensing issues, and new shows will still have commercials.
Plunking down your cash enables a handful of useful features, but fear not, thrifty listeners: The no-cost version remains ad-free—for now.
The core of Aereo's business is illegal under the U.S. Copyright Act, the Supreme Court rules.
Bonnaroo is one of the biggest music festivals of the year, and you can watch it live on your TV, PC, or mobile device. Here's how.
Prime Music is no Spotify killer, but it is a nice addition for Prime subscribers.
Asus says the RT-AC3200 is the world's fastest consumer router.
Killer music recommendation engine, meet a database of 20 million-plus on-demand songs.
Turbo F.A.S.T., a DreamWorks-made series, is just the vanguard of an onslaught of streaming shows targeting kids.
The browser-based version of Xbox Video is now live, but Microsoft's using it to herd you towards Windows 8 and the Xbox One.