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Apple's long-rumored streaming video service is reportedly back on track and will launch this fall.
Customers who purchase Cablevision's Internet service will also be able to subscribe to HBO Now, but pricing and availability are yet to be announced.
Whether you have an Apple TV, Chromecast, or some other streaming hardware, we lay out the best scenarios for catching all the March Madness.
Twitter and Periscope confirm that the livestreaming video app is now part of the Twitter flock. Periscope is reportedly similar to Meerkat, a competing video streaming startup that's making waves.
As artists get skittish about the rise of streaming music, the record industry reconsiders how much its tunes are really worth.
HBO said Monday that the HBO Now standalone streaming service will launch in April. It will be exclusive to iOS devices, but with some loopholes for Windows users.
Word on the street is that Apple's long-rumored streaming service could be unveiled in June at the company's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference.
HBO's streaming service is just about ready to go and will reportedly be called HBO Now.
The latest version of VLC is ready for prime time and it has some nice features users will appreciate.
Nick's first subscription streaming video plan has arrived, though it's not the far-reaching service we expected.
Spotify is now its own karaoke machine on the desktop just without the bouncing ball.
YouTube Kids is here and it's pretty good.
Play Music has been on iOS for 15 months and finally Google rolls out an iPad version.
A big storm. A power outage. Then suddenly, eight songs starting with the letter M appear in Glenn Fleishman's purchase history. Huh?
Deep iOS and iTunes integration means Beats Music will be perfect for your car, your house, and anywhere else you use your Apple devices. Which, let's face it, is everywhere.