The nation's largest cable provider has confirmed plans to deliver Ultra HD content to its subscribers via a new set-top box called the Xi4 later this year.
We've limited the list to standalone streamers, but be aware that lots of other home theater devices are competent streamers these days, from Blu-ray players to game consoles.
The chipmaker has been working on new technology for its cable provider customers, including a TV dongle and a chip for faster broadband speeds.
The search giant plans to go head-to-head with Apple, Roku, and Amazon with set-top boxes that can stream media and play games, sources tell CNET.
The purported Amazon game controller looks awfully bulky and includes the familiar "A," "B," "X," and "Y" action buttons.
With rumors hinting at an upcoming streaming device to incorporate more gaming, the Web giant buys the Atlas controller and Arena app-maker.
The online retailer is reportedly cooking up an Apple TV rival for the spring.
It's not the long-anticipated, full-fledged TV set, but the new box could include a version of an App Store or Game Center, according to 9to5Mac.
At CES in Las Vegas, Dish refreshes the Hopper with the ability to record eight shows simultaneously, new Joey set-top boxes that help extend TV functionality anywhere, voice-enabled recommendation, and a Google Glass app.
The latest details on Google's next attempt to rule the living room, Android KitKat gets updated and holiday ornaments that a Fandroid can't resist.
Google is working on a set-top box called Nexus TV, according to a report. And it could be with us early next year.