When the Chromecast first launched, you could sort of play local files. Here’s a look at Videostream, an app that plays any video file type the big screen.
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As more live and on-demand cable TV comes to the web, no matter the flavor of content, results will vary between devices, so make sure to update them.
WWE is just the latest company that owns the cable TV and Pay-Per-View space that’s bringing all of its content online. With so much to choose from, are you a Cord Cutter?
Windows 8 keeps trucking along, and the next big change will be in the form of what Microsoft calls Update 1. It makes the modern UI easier to use with a mouse and keyboard.
A new year and plenty of new gadgets, services, and software in technology for this year, and what we want to know is, what tech are you looking at in 2014.
Choosing the color of your iPad may seem like a trivial thing, but there’s several more things to consider when making the choice than you realize.
It’s that time of year again, the next generation of tablets are being released for the holiday season. Are you going to buy a new one this year or wait?
There’s plenty of digital subscriptions available like Netflix, Audible, Spotify…the list goes on and on. Let us know how many subscriptions you have in this week’s ask the readers.
Apple iOS 7 will be released on September 18th. On older devices it might run slow, and not allow you to use all of its features, so will you upgrade?
The Nokia Lumia 520 is an affordable mid-range prepaid smartphone on AT&T that sells for $99. Here’s my case for using it as a portable media device.
Managing your finances is usually challenging, but luckily there’s some quality software out there to help you out. This week we want to know what you use.
Software from sites like download.com are a playground for malicious junkware, homepage hijackers, and worse. What we want to know is where you download your PC software from.
It has recently come to light that CNET’s Download.com Installer includes a bunch of crapware. But it doesn’t end there, here’s my experience downloading a program, and it’s ugly.
There are a lot of password managers on the market some are free, some premium, and some that should just be avoided. Which ones do you love or hate?