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.
Pebble’s power-sipping e-paper display allows for a watch that’s much slimmer than the competition.
Toshiba’s 13-inch Chromebook 2 is a midrange product line, bigger than the typical 11-inch models and with some better features, including two Intel CPU options and up to 4GB of RAM. A basic model with Intel Celeron will cost $330, while a $430 will have an Intel Core i3 chip.
Over-the-air DVR could be built directly into smart televisions if Simple.tv has its way.
Pico Cassettes mimic the look and feel of handheld gaming cartridges, but are still just a conduit to the App Store.
Sharing your streaming video password with the world isn’t good for much more than a laugh.
Linux gaming hits another big milestone, but still lacks the support of several major publishers.
Windows 10's Xbox app is getting a preview version, just like the Xbox itself.
Broadwell-C is not dead--not yet, at least.
The mere presence of Siri voice search in the new Apple TV is unremarkable. It’s the execution that matters.
Microsoft starts publicly testing its new console interface, though you’ll have to jump through some hoops to get it.
Looking for living room gaming without the noise? HDPlex’s case with copper heat pipes could be your answer.
To be honest, Microsoft deserves some credit for keeping Zune services going this long.