We compared to see how Google's Nexus Player, an Amazon Fire TV and a Roku 3 could handle the voice commands Apple highlighted with the new Apple TV.
The streaming TV service has long stuck subscribers with the same commercial breaks as traditional television. Now for $12 a month -- that's $4 more than a regular subscription -- the ads finally vamoose.
Thanks to an update from Google, iPhone users are no longer restricted to the Apple Watch.
A new deal with Epix will bring more films to Hulu, an area where the video streaming site has failed to keep up with Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Fifty years ago, watching TV on public transportation felt like a sci-fi dream; now, I watch sci-fi on the train every day. And that's progress, baby.
A Spielberg classic and a smattering of Sandler silliness make their way online this month. Also, lots of news in the streaming world, including Showtime's brand new service.
The premium network's standalone service launches on Roku, Hulu, PlayStation Vue, and Apple devices, giving consumers a way to watch without a cable subscription. Also, Comedy Central comes to Roku.
The online video services hopes the iconic sitcom will bring in more subscribers, especially among the younger crowd.
Don't be confused by the streaming service's pared-down moniker: Hulu officially dropped the "Plus" from its $7.99-subscription tier, but it's a change in name only.
Sci-fi, fantasy and superhero fans have lots to look forward to this summer and beyond. Our heroes tackle the best, and some others, too.
Dish's online service for live TV might add channels like ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox -- some of the biggest on television -- but it won't put them in the essential package you have to buy.
The island of Myst may soon come to life as a streaming series, hopefully with all of the original game's intrigue and beauty intact.
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