After a steady slew of improvements, Amazon removes the invite-only tag from its voice-controlled speaker.
After raising more than $1 million in crowdfunding, Central Standard shuts down and leaves backers empty-handed.
Amid tough competition from Spotify and Apple Music, TV support could be Rdio's ace in the hole.
The new Remote Keyboard app is designed for Intel's NUC and Compute Stick miniature PCs, but should work with any machine running Windows 7 and higher.
Roku squashes fears about a new type of streaming video ad sniffing out other devices on your Wi-Fi network.
The NBA's streaming video service is about to get cheaper for fans who don't need every game.
Sprint's old throttling policy, originally intended to fight network congestion, disappears without any significant impact expected.
The Chinese firm remains committed to Google's Android Wear platform, despite earlier reports to the contrary.
With Playstation Vue, Sony lays the groundwork for getting only the channels you want, but it's got a very long way to go.
In a battle of millimeters, a relatively unknown vendor claims victory, though it'll have to ship the product first.
Meanwhile, Android gets an official Kodi release for televisions and set-top boxes.
Amazon's mid-range Kindle gets easier to read with a 300-ppi display and some sweet new text tricks.
With IFTTT integration, a double- or triple-tap on the wrist can trigger all kinds of Internet-based actions.
Users will be able to browse their documents in Box, open them in Office Online, and save any edits back to Box.
The cable TV alternative is also expanding to a couple more cities, with the promise of discounts for PlayStation Plus subscribers.