Bloomberg reports that $20 to $30 per month pricing could be aimed at a younger audience.
Google’s $35 TV dongle has learned some new tricks over the last month.
Beta program lets users rent DVDs and Blu-ray discs at no extra charge.
Did SpongeBob finally get his drivers license?!!! You’ll never know. You fell asleep.
A TV adapter and iPad app emphasize a social approach to video streaming.
An upcoming documentary about virtual reality will be an example of the medium itself.
Re/code’s Peter Kafka is reporting that Amazon aims to launch an answer to Apple TV and Roku next month, citing unnamed sources.
The thing about Apple rumors – notoriously hard to judge in the first place – is that they get even harder to judge when you get potential content partners involved.
Ex-Googlers come up with a gadget that makes any speaker wireless.
From television to apps to social media, we’ll show you how to stay on top of this year’s games.
You probably already have everything you need.
With the launch of a public software development kit, any developer can add Chromecast support in apps for Android, iOS and the web.