The e-commerce powerhouse adds five Apple TV and Chromecast devices to its online store, offering an olive branch to both Google and Apple.
With so many cable and online streaming providers in the market, CNET is curious to know which is your favorite way to watch TV?
With the addition of Amazon video and a few other tweaks, the Apple TV 4K is now the best streamer you can buy, as long as you don't mind the price.
The partnership aims to make it "easier for people to play any song, anywhere in the home."
The addition makes Apple TV one of the most complete streaming platforms.
In a statement, Google said YouTube will no longer function on Fire TV and Echo show devices unless Amazon starts playing ball.
Video purists rejoice: Apple's expensive 4K streamer provides the option to turn off automatic HDR conversion. We go hands-on.
The Nintendo Switch and Hulu now work together so you can stream your favorite shows straight from the gaming console.
We're way beyond stocking stuffers here, people. The tech gifts in this price range include a whole lot of awesome headphones and Alexa-like smart speakers, and even a couple phones and PCs. Enjoy.
Our favorite is the Roku Streaming Stick with 4K HDR for $70, but maybe you want to pay less, or get more features.
With the best voice features in the streaming business, anchored by the ability to ask Alexa to play a show, the new Fire TV makes a run at Roku for 4K HDR superiority.
The new Fire TV delivers tons of apps, best-in-class voice control thanks to Alexa, and a new weird square shape that hangs off the back of your 4K TV.