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Microsoft's HoloLens program manager shows that streaming the latest Halo game from the Xbox One works just fine, but it's not quite the immersive experience you might have hoped for.
Nvidia Shield Android TV's biggest console games have been “coming soon” for six months now.
Amazon's Fire TV now lets you dim your living room smart bulbs with Alexa voice commands.
How to mirror a phone or laptop screen to Chromecast when native apps aren't an option.
Apple's fourth-generation set-top box is all about apps.
The New Xbox Experience has interesting ideas for video viewing, but doesn’t get the basics right.
British startup has developed a music streamer that plugs into your TV (and only your TV).
There’ll be no confusing this new model with previous generations.
The new Apple TV will open its universal search features to more apps in the future.
Google just launched a brand-new version of its ultra-cheap media streamer. This guide will get you up to speed.
Anti-competitive tactic or smart customer-service strategy? It’s probably a little of both.
You don’t need new hardware to take advantage of Chromecast’s best new feature.
The GeForce Now service lets you stream PC games instantly and comes with a three-month free trial.
Both are available now and cost $35.
Google's new Chromecasts are round, smart, and easier to use than ever before.