Apple’s set-top box is getting its long-awaited overhaul, with a proper App Store, a major role for Siri, and a serious emphasis on gaming.
Three years after Facebook’s acquisition, Instagram gets serious about appealing to advertisers.
For a few hours last night, Dropcam users couldn’t access their camera feeds at all.
At 4K resolution, Apple’s smaller all-in-one would match the 27-inch 5K iMac in pixel density.
A new report says Apple’s set-top will top out at 16 GB of storage, and may include just half that.
For $4 more per month, subscribers can get the same lineup of streaming shows, but mostly without commercial interruption.
The next Apple TV may get universal search like every other media streamer, and could cost $149.
Amazon solves a major problem for streaming video services, while Netflix makes excuses.
Apple could prop up its streaming video offerings by producing new movies or TV shows, but not anytime soon.
Amazon Echo update adds support for multiple accounts, BART departure times for San Francisco residents.
Despite a hardcore audience in the tens of thousands, Pono may have trouble expanding its brand of better-than-CD-quality tunes.
Nick Hayek’s provocations of Apple are looking increasingly sad as Swatch fails to ship or even demonstrate the product it’s been talking about for months.
Amazon quickly made its mark on the media streamer landscape in 2014, but this year could look a lot different.
For $30, Sideclick adds TV controls to Roku, Apple TV, and Fire TV remotes. Hands-on with a prototype shows plenty of promise.
The pressure-sensitive pen would be an optional feature in Apple’s long-rumored larger tablet, now expected to begin production in September or October.