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Nyrius Aries Pro review: Cut the wire clutter in your home entertainment setup

If your TV is mounted on the wall, or you use a projector, this little gadget can let you hook up a game console or a laptop without stringing HDMI cables everywhere.

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How to stream the 2014 World Cup

Thirty-two countries are headed to Brazil to find out who is soccer's world champion. We'll show you how to not miss a minute of the action this summer.

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All those videos you're watching will help triple Internet traffic, Cisco says

The networking equipment provider forecasts that IP video will account for 79 percent of IP traffic in 2018, as global Internet traffic hits 1.6 zettabytes.

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Western Digital's TV streaming device expands in-home video support

Western Digital adds support for Miracast to the $99.99 WD TV Personal Edition streaming video device, and can pull files from external WD hard drives, too.

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Amazon offering free Fire TV trials to some Prime members

Users can spend 30 days with the set-top before getting charged.

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Twitch as we know it will die if it's bought by Google, and that's a good thing

Over the weekend news broke that Google is making a bid for Twitch.tv. It's not nearly as bad as it sounds.

Netflix dreams of a channel-free future, built on recommendations

The streaming video giant wants to eventually do away with the massive list of things to watch.

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Reports: Google in talks to buy Twitch game-streaming service for $1 billion

The Wall Street Journal reports that the deal is not imminent, while Variety says Google has agreed to pay over $1 billion

Mozilla hates it, but streaming video DRM is coming to Firefox

Mozilla has little choice lest users be cut off from popular content services, Mozilla's CTO says

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Microsoft stops holding Netflix, Hulu hostage behind Xbox Live Gold paywall

Reports suggest Microsoft is about to stop making you pay a second time to access streaming content through your Xbox. Finally.