Lexi and Roger can turn your phone into an Amazon Echo, but with limitations.
Amazon Video Direct woos creators away from YouTube with a whole bunch of ways to make money.
Apple could make HomeKit more convenient and less confusing with its own control app.
Spotify’s video push includes 12 TV-style video series with musical themes.
Users respond loudly to Google’s testing of black search result links. The black links are bolder than blue, but complaints indicate it's harder to tell where you’ve been.
Whoops! Asus turns on Secure Boot for PCs that don’t support it, causing chaos.
Mohu’s ReLeaf antenna is partially made from crushed up cable boxes, but the cord-cutting pride will cost you.
The self-driving taxi revolution could soon be at hand as Lyft and GM prepare to test driverless cars on public roads.
SkinTrack uses your arm as a touchpad for wearable displays.
Netflix: Virtual realty has too few users, and isn’t conducive to binge-watching.
Netflix’s data controls come shortly after the company admitted that it had been throttling video quality on AT&T and Verizon networks for more than five years. Netflix users can now watch around four hours per gigabyte of cellular data by dialing down video quality.
Data caps aren’t about “fairness” if they prevent people from using the TVs they paid for.
Hulu’s answer to Sling TV and PlayStation Vue is coming in 2017
Google’s crazy intra-ocular device patent promises assisted vision and augmented reality.
Twitter's Connect tab reformats the Find People button with more personalized recommendations.