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A new Chromecast app from Google helps you setup and manage your video-streaming device right from your iOS device.
The DOJ wants more stringent oversight of Apple's digital marketplaces, Pandora is unafraid of the iceberg named "iTunes Radio" heading for its business model, and Samsung won't get a chance for a new patent trial.
A slew of James Bond movies are dropping off Netflix soon. Here's your chance to enjoy some cheesy goodness.
This collection of videos, information, and links will put you in the know on all the nominees and their illustrious bodies of work. Or just their bodies.
Tim Cook is a big softie (except when he's not), rumors of Apple's TV plans move in a new direction, and there's one dinner party that everyone will be watching.
40 hours of mobile streaming a month on Pandora got you down? Then get back up, and dance!
The Apple TV's getting musical, with a new music video channel possibly arriving soon, and a livestream for Apple's annual iTunes Festival. Elsewhere, Apple technology gets put to the test in the classroom.
According to reports, Google is talking to the National Football League about putting out-of-market games on YouTube. Evan Dashevsky thinks such a deal would make sense for the NFL, for Google, and for fans.
Apple's trying its hand at high-priced advertising once again; security notes explain the hack that brought down Apple's developer site last month; and Instagram is on the trademark-litigating warpath.
Google has reduced the time buyers have to wait to receive the US$35 Chromecast TV device, saying it will ship orders in two weeks or less.
Watch out Sonos, Jongo has two new speakers *and* its own subscription music service on the way.
Ashton Kutcher's teary performance can't hold a candle to Jesse Eisenberg as The Zuck.
With so many places to watch TV and movies, it can be tough to find the show or film you're looking for. Apple's acquisition of Matcha.tv, an online service that did just that, may bring such capabilities to the Apple TV.
Support for third-party apps is a decisive advantage in Google's bid to dominate your living room experience.
Breaking Bad is about to reach its meth-addled conclusion, but you still have time to watch the beginning of the end.