For Disney's legions of Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar fans who want to enjoy those movies, and their extra features, the service is easily worth the relatively low monthly fee.
The concept of short, celebrity-powered shows to watch on the go seems pointless when we're mostly still stuck at home.
Netflix remains the top TV and movie streaming service, thanks to its ease of use, lack of commercials and original content.
Nvidia's cloud-gaming service is beginning to hit its stride, but it's still missing a lot of games.
Plenty of channels and improved menus make FuboTV better than ever, but it still lags behind the best live TV streaming services.
For the price of one console game a year, Apple Arcade gives you a lot of quality games and a steady stream of new titles.
Google's experimental game streaming service launches without many of its promised features and just a handful of games. It works, but there's not much incentive to buy in.
It's a reasonable option if you want a wide selection of classes at a relatively low price.
DirecTV Now delivers an impressive mix of channels for the money, but people who prioritize a cloud DVR should look elsewhere.
Valve's app for streaming games to TVs, phones and tablets does exactly that, but the "mobile" aspect doesn't make much as much sense when you're tethered to a location.
Android 9.0 is already on some Android phones. Here's what you can expect when it comes to yours.
Unless you're really into Photos or have installed the iOS 11 beta, there's no FOMO by passing on the public beta of Apple's latest OS.
Siri will try to read your mind, and you can pay your friends back in a text. Plus, AR is gonna be huge.
Oreo doubles down on the nuts and bolts -- and speed.
Apple Clips is a promising movie editor for fast Facebook and Instagram-ready videos, and its captioning tools are fantastic.
With lots of new features, the LG Watch Sport and Style are the first to use the new software -- and it's promising.
Using a fully customizable menu, you can now build your own beer for the PicoBrew Pico.
Nintendo's first phone game makes a few strange decisions, but it's mostly great stuff.