With Xbox One, Microsoft's Universal apps are about to expand beyond Windows in a major way.
Sending Spotify songs to Facebook Messenger friends will soon be just a few taps away.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney says Microsoft wants to monopolize PC gaming, but leaves out the evidence.
Amazon and Nest make nice: Echo and Fire TV users will soon get to set thermostat temperature by voice.
Sony’s PlayStation Vue streaming service gets Disney/ESPN channels and a price drop, but has a tough road ahead.
With Amazon Tap and Echo Dot, Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant hits the road and hooks up with external speakers.
A Netflix exec knocks cord cutting as “great rhetoric to sell ads and generate readership.” Is he right?
With Newsy and Flama, Sling TV continues to dip its toes into Internet video.
Samsung FreeSync-over-HDMI monitors make AMD’s variable refresh rate tech more accessible.
Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlists dig through music blogs so you don’t have to.
Acer's $1300 Predator gaming monitor puts the supposedly high price of VR headsets in perspective.
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Windows 10 launch dinged by issues with AMD graphics cards, G-Sync monitors, and Nvidia graphics switching.
The FCC looks into the cable contracts that prevent TV channels from streaming online.
The Brita Infinity water pitcher auto-buys new filters with help from Amazon.
$3,000 Microsoft HoloLens dev kits start shipping March 30, with three hours of battery life and a few pack-in games.