The NFL is replacing its Game Rewind streaming service with something that's much more TV-friendly, but don't expect live games anytime soon.
The streaming video service could launch an commercial-free version as soon as this fall, but at a significant mark-up.
This is interesting: The new Flash Link activity tracker can double as a remote control for smart devices.
Following the footsteps of rival HBO, Showtime now offers a standalone service with no pay-TV subscription required. Here's what you need to know.
Hulu users can now control playback from an Apple TV, Xbox One, PlayStation, or Chromecast straight from the wrist.
New estimates peg Apple's TV service at $10 to $40 per month, with a mix of broadcast and cable channels.
For the first time, TiVo users can stream their DVR content to a third-party TV box, though it's far from being an ideal solution.
The latest promotion from T-Mobile undercuts Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint by a wide margin.
Sometimes humans are better than machines are better at figuring out what they want. Who knew?
Setting your home's temperature with Siri voice controls just became a reality.
Updating iOS for Apple Music disables streaming iTunes songs from a Mac, and it'll stay that way for at least a couple more months.
Users of Amazon’s online storage service can now view all their files on iOS and Android, but there’s still no way to edit or upload.
iTunes users no longer have a free, built-in way to stream their songs from a Mac to iPhones and iPads.
Can't decide on the best way to send audio from your phone to your sound system? Now you don't have to.
The streaming-video site has snapped out of its lethargy with loads of new content, but it might not have cord-cutters’ best interests at heart.