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These online Halloween goodies are so scary that they'll still be rattling around in your head long after the Great Pumpkin has disappeared for another year.
TiVo's DVR has added out-of-home internet streaming and downloads for iOS devices.
Disney recently removed some movies from the iTunes Store, but folks who purchased those titles in iTunes can't currently stream or re-download them. The studio is working with Apple to restore access for those customers.
The momentum continues to shift away from the traditional cable model, as customers increasingly turn to streaming services like Netflix.
Despite Julian Assange's charges to the contrary, the new movie paints WikiLeaks (and its founder) in a flattering light.
As the industry moves toward 'metered' broadband plans, hard-core users will feel the hurt.
A new website compares top movie torrent downloads to the movie's legal availability, and it doesn't look good for Hollywood.
The Play:1 lets you get your Sonos on for less than $200.
Here are five British TV shows available to stream (one for the first time) that are worth a watch.
Because reading about tech is so 2005.
It all started with the 2013 Emmy Awards ceremony, and went downhill for cable and broadcast TV companies from there.
Remember when Google launched a music service in May? Seems like the company may finally be getting around to welcoming iOS users to the party.
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