Don't-Miss Streaming Media Stories
New features include customizable playlist images, a mini-player for quickly controlling playback, and a global search function.
HBO’s standalone streaming video service arrived on Apple devices and web browsers this week, but a few mysteries remain.
Google has an idea of how it can block spoiler alerts from your social networking feeds. Whether we'll actually ever see this idea come to fruition is another question.
Popcorn Time is "available" for iOS, but you won't find it in the App Store. In fact, you need Windows to install it on your iPhone or iPad..and that's just the beginning.
You can sign up for HBO Now at this very moment.
Comcast's gigabit broadband announcement sidesteps what Internet users really need: consistent, high-quality throughput for video.
Tidal's selling points aren't cutting it compared to Spotify. Apple could do more with Beats Music.
App selection is one of the biggest factors in choosing a streaming media player for your TV. Here's how the major players compare.
Major League Baseball has an impressive streaming package, but make sure you're aware of its pesky blackout rules.
4K is old hat for YouTube, which first embraced the resolution in 2010, but now the Google property is upping the stakes by experimenting with 4K videos at a frame rate of 60 frames per second.
iPhone users got another app on Thursday to help them share live video streams after Meerkat launched several weeks ago. This time Twitter is getting into the game with Periscope.
This movie-streaming service keeps the art of indie film alive.
CDs may be dying, but very slowly. They were still a more popular choice than streaming music services...until now.
The app, rumored for release in second half of 2015, will reportedly require a cable subscription.
Now that Apple has slashed the price of its streaming set-top box, is worth a second look?