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Although there are a few limitations, you can now purchase a wide variety of products from Amazon by merely talking to Amazon's virtual assistant.
Comcast's "Watchable" streaming service should begin arriving on cable boxes soon—but non-subscribers will be able to access it, too.
Netflix streaming gobbles up over a third of peak-hour Internet traffic in North America, according to networking company Sandvine.
DirecTV subscribers can now stream a wider selection of popular channels, such as Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, and MTV. Cord-cutters, however, need not apply.
Need some music for your next house party? Pandora will soon have something for you.
Walmart's $25 streaming stick undercuts the competition's prices by a good margin.
Major TV makers and content producers team up to make 4K HDTV matter.
Users of Google's other music streaming service will be able to use Google's new music streaming service without paying any additional fees.
The movie streaming service, a joint venture between Verizon and Redbox, will go dark on October 7th.
You might be able to soon tell Siri to open the garage door—assuming a new rumor is accurate, anyway.
Nest is encouraging users of its Nest Protect smoke detectors to install a software update that addresses a potentially serious glitch.
This new handheld device from Amazon will put groceries in your visual shopping cart—all you need to do is tell it what you want.
The ongoing legal battle over Aereo means that residents of two cities have lost access to the controversial streaming service.
Can't be in front of a TV for Sunday's big game? Fox and Verizon have you covered.
Are the batteries in that remote really dead? Your smartphone can help you find out.
Not even the President can resist pointing the camera at himself every now and then. Here's how to do a good job of it.
It turns out that Android's forlorn, overlooked Gallery app is a pretty powerful editor.
These robots can barely fly by themselves, but attach them together, and they can be difficult to knock off-balance.
Film cameras may be obsolete as far as mainstream use goes, but that didn't stop Instructables user Bozardeux from designing and building an SLR camera. Oh, did we mention that it's 3D-printed?
If you have a kid interested in robotics—or if you just want to geek out and see what the next generation of engineers and computer scientists are up to—you owe it to yourself to check out the FIRST Lego League.