Netflix’s data controls come shortly after the company admitted that it had been throttling video quality on AT&T and Verizon networks for more than five years. Netflix users can now watch around four hours per gigabyte of cellular data by dialing down video quality.
Data caps aren’t about “fairness” if they prevent people from using the TVs they paid for.
Hulu’s answer to Sling TV and PlayStation Vue is coming in 2017
Google’s crazy intra-ocular device patent promises assisted vision and augmented reality.
Twitter's Connect tab reformats the Find People button with more personalized recommendations.
As streaming video eats the TV business, Dish Network technicians become iPhone repair pros.
Want to support websites while blocking their ads? Flattr Plus hopes to make it easy.
Cracker Jacks puts the free toy out of its misery with a mobile app tie-in.
Samsung’s SmartThings smart home hub deals with its second security flaw in six months.
Google Chrome tops Internet Explorer in usage share, according to two browser metrics firms.
Make the Apple TV home screen your own by customizing the top row, app order, and folders.
The $1299 Chromebook Pixel remains, but the company could be creating more breathing room for a new and fancier generation from other vendors.
OnHub IFTTT integration lets users trigger smart home devices when they get home.
Facebook and Messenger get shiny new Windows 10 desktop apps, while Instagram becomes a fully featured mobile app.
The Triby portable speaker is the first non-Amazon device with Alexa onboard.