All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
A Magid survey found more people report going to Google's video site to watch television shows than Netflix or Hulu.
A new wearable rumored from Microsoft, Google plays fetch with a lost Goldman Sachs email, and "Community" finds a new home on the Web. CNET's Dan Graziano sums up the news in under 3 minutes.
By removing the Kinect, Microsoft is offering a cheaper Xbox One and it's no longer requiring a Live Gold subscription to access streaming apps like Netflix. Also: the top European court orders Google to delete search links on request.
New physical mockups and comparisons point to the next iPhone being as thin as the iPod Touch. iWatch samples are under production and new MacBook Airs with speed bumps are here.
Microsoft appears to be planning a name change for Nokia. We explain why that's a terrible idea -- plus we take on Apple's latest dig at Samsung, balk at Netflix price hikes, and find out where you can and can't buy the OnePlus One.
Barely 24 hours after the debut of the Web-to-TV streaming dongle, Google cuts the cord on its related Netflix promo.
Scribd and Oyster's all-you-can-read e-book subscription services add 'Big 5' publisher's backlist titles.
Fire TV breaks Amazon’s mold of a device that undercuts rival gadgets on price to move consumers back to the company’s core e-commerce business. What's Amazon's ultimate plan?
As Amazon enters the streaming-video device market today, Anthony Wood -- inventor of the DVR and founder and CEO of Roku -- already sees boxes and dongles as stepping stones to TV’s ultimate future.
Ahead of an Amazon event where the e-commerce giant is expected to unveil its own streaming media device, Google's TV dongle gets three more content-streaming apps.