Connected cars, high-resolution TVs, wearables and more.
Sega’s final console, Sony and Microsoft throw their hats in the ring, Nintendo’s hits and misses. All that and more in part two of our continuing history of video game consoles.
At around 12:31pm ET today, Hell reported colder than normal temperatures, which happens to be about the same time that Roku published a post on its blog announcing the rollout of a YouTube channel.
New apps make the $35 TV dongle even better, but not without a few headaches.
Compared to buying a smartphone or tablet, shopping for a brand new video game console is a tricky task.
Crackle comes to Apple’s streaming TV box, along with ABC, Bloomberg and KORTV.
Happy holidays, lucky beta participants, your living-room-PCs-of-the-future are nearly here.
GigaOM’s Janko Roettgers reports that Google’s $35 Chromecast TV stick has added support for 10 new streaming media services: Plex, aVia, RealPlayer, BeyondPod, PostTV, Songza, RedbullTV, Revision3, VEVO and Viki.
Device claims to let you use Sony’s DualShock 4 controller with Microsoft’s Xbox One.
We’ve taken the most popular ones for a spin.
“The Hole Saga” makes the case, quirkily, that TV and Internet access are good.
Is buying an Xbox One to watch cable/satellite TV a sound investment?