Surprise, surprise -- Alexa was just about everywhere we looked at CES this week. Here's a list of all of the new products and integrations we spotted.
The colorful John Legere sees Google as a potential new competitor in wireless in the new year and speculates that Verizon and Comcast may try to merge.
Dish's first streaming box offers supports an optional USB antenna for receiving live TV over the air and consolidates the whole Sling experience.
An anti-regulation, pro-dealmaking US president could make for an interesting year for wireless and broadband companies.
Boasting more than 300 indie films and documentaries, Sling's Hollywood Extra package wants to broaden your horizons.
Sling TV is a live TV package that starts at $20 per month for more than 30 channels, including ESPN, AMC, TNT, CNN, History, HGTV and the Disney Channel. How does it work, how can you get it -- and will it let you quit cable?
Dish is the first major US pay-TV company letting customers search and play anything from YouTube on its set-top box, the souped-up DVR Hopper 3.
Featuring voice recognition, the new remote is smaller than Dish's earlier remotes, and has backlighting and a touchpad.
We also look at Facebook's changes to its Messenger app and Cuban content coming to the US via Dish Network.
The service, which offers live TV channels for a $20 monthly fee, is now available on Apple TV.
Dish Network is providing a repair service for the Apple iPhone 5 and later -- and you won't have to leave your house to get it.
At its press conference, Dish unveiled the next generation of its Hopper DVR and a portable drive for wireless streaming, while Sling showed its forthcoming simplified interface and new features.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.