It hasn't even been a year since the company launched its music streaming app, Milk Music, and now it's going full-fledged with a video streaming service, too.
The new site lets you search across streaming services by title, actor or director. While the idea isn't particularly new, the execution stands out despite a few blind spots.
It will only hit limited markets and devices in 2014, but beginning next year Sony intends to be at the forefront of the cord-cutting revolution in the United States.
Google now gives you something other streaming music services can't provide: access to music videos and streaming music, even offline. Meet YouTube Music Key, a beta subscription service Google launched Wednesday.
Another company is getting into the dongle game, or at least it looks that way. This time's it's Walmart with a Vudu-focused HDMI stick.
Ditched cable and missing your fix of CNN, MSNBC or Fox News? CBS wants to offer the next-best thing.
Google's new TV box combines the convenience of screen beaming with a proper remote control and on-screen menus. It’s not yet fully-baked, but cord cutters should keep an eye on it.
He said it before, and he's saying it again. CBS CEO Les Moonves says to look for a standalone Showtime streaming service in 2015.
Google finally gets the TV box right with the Nexus Player, but it needs a lot of help from developers to reach its full potential.
The new app promises easy video playback in a wide range of formats, but be prepared to pay a subscription.