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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.
Beyond mere "best of" lists, Browse has a playlist for every mood, occasion, and news clip.
Here are 10 'chick flicks' and 'guy movies' that are good for anyone to watch.
Hulu original animated series launches with a strong cast, but few laughs so far.
Your Apple TV experience may soon improve, with ways to keep your movie queues separate, and a quick and easy setup. Elsewhere, a London Apple Store isn't falling down, falling down--it's getting renovated!
The Chromecast is cross-platform, flexible, and incredibly cool. Browsing the Web on your TV finally makes sense.
It's a little prone to crashes, but when it works (which is most of the time), it delivers a blockbuster experience.