Comcast readies Roku and Samsung TV apps as it tries to prevent a truly open cable box market.
PlayOn’s streaming-video DVR gets new scheduling and ad-skip features, and its developer hints at bigger plans to come.
Google Chrome has done plenty of good for the Web, but its future looks uncertain as it hits version 50.
Lian-Li’s motorized standing desk PC kills the clutter of having a separate desktop.
The Razer Turret mouse and keyboard makes playing PC games in your living room look a little less nerdy.
The Asus ROG GT51CA gaming rig has a new feature: a wearable ROG Band wristband that can unlock a hidden drive partition or activate overclocking. The wearable's other purposes seem limited, though.
Netflix learns to never say never about downloading videos for offline viewing.
HDR gets cheaper with Vizio’s 2016 M-Series TVs, starting at $850 for a 50-inch set.
The Durmet Smarttress uses motion sensors to detect foul play, which is pretty much the worst justification ever for buying a mattress.
Verizon’s acquisition of OnCue TV tech from Intel in 2013 could finally bear fruit in 2016.
The crowdfunded CoWatch aims to put Amazon’s Alexa virtual assistant on your wrist.
PlayStation Vue gives you more than 50 cable channels for $30 per month, but are those prices built to last?
Playstation Vue and Sling TV “skinny” streaming-TV bundles try to woo cord cutters.
Sling TV brings back the linear video element that other cord-cutting services lack, but could use some polish and a few more features.
Microsoft Edge now supports Skype calls and video chats without plugins, but conditions apply.