As more viewers shift away from traditional cable TV, the kids television network sets its sights on the fast-growing mobile market.
Commentary: The popular series will say goodbye in 2016. CNET's Bonnie Burton, a longtime fan and science nerd, explains why she's "already feeling empty inside" -- and why TV will never be the same.
Oculus Connect 2 officially kicked off this morning, and the keynote was chock full of announcements and goodies to pore over -- particularly if you're a fan of VR.
Verizon customers get some video exclusively from the purely mobile mix of YouTube-like clips and on-the-go TV, but people who use any rival carrier will be able to watch at no cost too.
The company is taking a page out of the playbook of Warren Buffett -- a longtime hero of co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin -- as it prepares for its next stage of growth.
Amazon puts Nickelodeon toys on sale in special shops, wrapping up the video and ecommerce aspects of Amazon Prime in a neat bow.
Hulu, the site for streaming next-day television online, will bundle an online subscription to premium cable network Showtime -- and you get a cut on the combined price if you opt for both.
Amazon's Prime Instant Video will reportedly ditch shows like "Teen Mom" and "Mob Wives" as viewers seek other kinds of content.
The youngest watchers prefer streaming video to regular TV, and their behavior is more likely to spread to older folks rather than the other way around, a study says.
Apple's rumored subscription TV service is expected to be announced in June, and include about 25 networks, including ABC, CBS and Fox.