Windows 10 adoption slows considerably after an explosive first month.
Google Photos gets Chromecast support and custom name labels for Android users.
Sony's PlayStation Vue streaming service is getting more channels.
You don’t need new hardware to take advantage of Chromecast’s best new feature.
TiVo’s new box is much pricier than a standard cable-company DVR, but aims to be better at skipping commercials and streaming videos. It will interest cord-cutters, too.
Can the cable colossus succeed at streaming video where other efforts have failed or languished?
Microsoft ceases active development on its Project Spark game creation tool.
LG's first U.S. laptop weighs in at 2.19 pounds with either a 13- or 14-inch display.
This Netflix button lets you dim the lights, order a pizza, and start watching something with one press.
Microsoft's VR Kit will turn Windows phones into virtual reality headsets on the cheap.
Sling TV's updated interface isn’t drastically different, but small changes still make a big difference.
How to customize recommendations on the Nvidia Shield Android TV.
Citing security issues, Microsoft disables Safedisc DRM. But users can make old games work again at their own risk.
TBS will be the first major U.S. cable network to show competitive video games on a regular basis.
If streaming is the future of television, it needs a better way to browse the shows you like.