As more people abandon cable TV for cheap or free streaming services, some hardware makers are hellbent on mashing up online video with free broadcast channels.
A new website lets TiVo users watch their recordings straight from a browser, though some extra hardware might be required.
It's the little things that drive you crazy every day: the shift key, the light-up notifications. Apple's heard the cussing and will fix these problems and more with iOS 9.
Developers will soon be able to free themselves from the iPhone and tap into the full array of Apple Watch sensors.
Skype’s real-time language translator is impressive already, but it can’t get better without more data. So later this summer, Skype Translator Preview will break out of the Windows Store and become a feature in Skype’s main desktop software.
After announcing Apple as its “first partner,” Showtime adds a couple more venues for its $11 per month streaming service.
Your copy of Office 95 probably went to the thrift store with your acid-washed jeans, but to Microsoft's Gabe Aul, it's a perfect poster child for the backward compatibility of Windows 10. With less than two months until Windows 10 ships, the latest leaks and official builds point to a more polished operating system.
Microsoft has opened up the web version of Skype to anyone in the United States and United Kingdom, though full Chromebook support is still lacking.
The Google Play Store now lets you browse every available app--including all the junk.
Instead of sharing location data automatically, Facebook users will be have the option to specify their whereabouts on a map.
Streaming games and over-the-air channels from another room can help slim down your media center, but they also introduce some new points of failure.
The dot-com era search brand is touting a curious new hardware venture, but the point of it all remains a bit murky.
Huawei will be the first dedicated fitness tracker to support Jawbone's app and coaching features.
Apple may not be entirely to blame for the delay, and Pebble gets some great publicity from it. The only losers are Pebble's most loyal backers.
The new standalone service launches on July 12, and includes full access to Showtime's back catalog.