While it's not for everyone, Chromecast is a cheap and effective way to make any TV smart.
If you can live with its more frustrating qualities, Nvidia's Shield Android TV is the set-top box for those who want it all and want it now.
While it's starting to show its age, Apple TV's is worth considering if you depend on iTunes, iCloud, and other Apple services and devices.
For Amazon Prime subscribers, Fire TV promises less time browsing and more time watching. Everyone else might feel left out.
Apple may add Apple Watch docks to its licensing program, allowing for more sophisticated designs with built-in charging pads.
Selecting a movie or TV show will automatically begin playback, while menu options linger on the screen for a few seconds.
A new $15 fee will apply to AT&T's contract-free plans on August 1, and on-contract activations are getting pricier as well.
As the ad-free version of YouTube inches closer to launch, don't expect it to look anything like Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu.
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.