Sony today announced that it’s bringing a multi-view mode to its PlayStation Vue streaming TV service. It lets you watch up to three cable channels at once.
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PlayStation Vue offers live TV, on-demand video, a cloud-based DVR all without a cable or satellite subscription. And you don’t need a PlayStation console.
Amazon today announced that its latest revision to the popular Fire TV stick includes and Alexa enabled remote control. Here’s a look at the specs.
Apple released its latest update iOS 10, this week and iPhone and iPad weren’t the only ones. Apple TV was updated as well. Here’s a look at what’s new.
Amazon’s Echo model line of Smart Speakers (Echo, Tap, and Dot) with Alexa as your digital assistant continues to get more convenient.
Now that Game of Thrones and the popular Silicon Valley shows are done, you might want to cancel your HBO Now subscription. Here’s how.
If you’re a Pandora user, make sure to check your email for a message from the company. Pandora says it’s a precaution, but change yours if you get an email.
Have you watched some movies or TV shows on Netflix and don’t want your spouse or other family members to see them? You can remove your history.
The Nexus Player, powered by Google’s Android TV, has been removed from the Google Play Store’s hardware section. Android TV lives on, though.
Netflix this week launched a site that allows you to test what you’re getting for download speeds from your ISP. It’s a basic online service called Fast.com.
The Apple TV (4th gen) running tvOS has improved the experience of using the set-top box compared to the old models. Here are more ways to get more from it.
HBO Now is rolling out to Xbox One and Xbox 360 and the company is providing you the season 6 premiere from April 25th through April 28th.
Just get the new Apple TV? Here’s a look at how to set when the set-top box goes to sleep automatically or put it to sleep manually from the remote.
Google this week announced that podcasts are now available in its Google Play Music. The feature is being rolled out for the web and Android users for now.