Dish's streaming video service may be cheaper than a bloated cable bundle, but it can still be just as confusing.
After a PR blunder, Chinese firm LeTV announced a phone that's actually worth some attention.
A “Designed for Families” version of the Google Play Store will launch in the next several weeks.
Windows 10 ignores the rise of large smartphones, and puts the important interface elements out of reach.
Music Flow speakers will let users play music from any Chromecast-supported app.
The Wipowerband promises to double the Apple Watch's battery life, while sacrificing any sense of fashion it once had.
Just seven months after cracking the $1000 barrier, Vizio's 4K TV sets are getting even cheaper.
With one button press, users can pull up actor lists, trivia, soundtracks, and other information from IMDb.
$179 TV tuner box shows four channels at once on tablets and televisions.
The XPS 13 Developer Edition comes in four configurations, and is a smidgeon cheaper than its Windows counterpart.
That doesn't include accidental damage charges, which range from $69 to $1000.
Video game publishers are officially opposing an effort to revive online games once their servers stop working.
HBO’s standalone streaming video service arrived on Apple devices and web browsers this week, but a few mysteries remain.
The streaming services taking steps to avoid a repeat of its March Madness woes when Game of Thrones arrives this Sunday.
Microsoft isn’t launching its own mobile payments service right now, but a money transmitter license makes it possible.