This is the biggest week of the year for Android, Chrome, Glass, search and other Googley matters.
You’ll have to wait just a bit longer to lay hands on Ouya’s upcoming Android-based game console.
I’ll be content with Vdio’s existence if it somehow helps save Rdio from obscurity, but it’s hard to see that happening in its current state.
Playmysong launched a Spotify app this morning that can turn any computer into a jukebox containing most of the music in the world, for free.
Bloomberg reports “people with knowledge of the matter” as saying that Amazon is working on a TV box for streaming on-demand video. The rumored box will apparently be available later this year and looks to compete with the likes of Apple TV, Roku and similar streaming boxes.
Netflix currently allows two simultaneous streams; a new plan coming soon will allow up to four.
The newest additions to the universal-remote line include a fancy touchscreen version and an app for iPhones and Android handsets.
They were more alike than you probably ever imagined.
Facial recognition technology and other devices may be the future of how television networks and advertisers find out just who’s watching what and when.
Fox network might cease broadcasting over the U.S. public airwaves if the company’s dispute with upstart challenger Aereo isn’t resolved, a senior company official warned Monday.
For those who can afford to spend $5,000 or more on an Ultra HD television, another $699 for a 4K media player is probably chump change. Or so the logic goes at Sony.
Playing music in multiple rooms around the house can be an expensive endeavor. If you’ve already got a handful of phones, tablets and laptops, why not sync them together so they’re all playing the same songs at the same time?