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These films showcase touching relationships between fathers and their sons and daughters.
Streaming TV services try to minimize the damage as Comcast and other internet service providers enforce data caps.
Why Apple's ambitious TV guide still lacks Netflix.
Streaming TV quality vs. broadcast and cable: How the industry's tackling frame rate, latency, and surround sound
Streaming video execs prefer HDR over 4K, but will better pixels and more pixels ever be decoupled?
Skype's next major upgrade adds an army of smart bots and services that are eager to supplement your chats with your group of best friends.
Music streaming services are great. If you'd like to try one, Amazon is offering two months for free right now.
Google's living-room operating system doubles down on browsing across apps, and Netflix is on board.
Artificial intelligence is where the competition is in IT, with Microsoft and Google both parading powerful, always-available AI tools for the enterprise at their respective developer conferences, Build and I/O, in May.
Amazon Web Services has long offered an SDK to make it easier to access its web services from Java. Now it has another lure for Java programmers: James Gosling, the father of Java.
Steve Ballmer's latest hobby, USAfacts.org, cast a spotlight on the effectiveness of local, state and federal governments when it launched in April. Its easy-to-read dashboards allow ordinary citizens to compare government's performance of its core missions with spending at all levels.
There are simple reasons why streaming TV bundles such as Hulu with Live TV aren't radically different from cable.
At Google I/O, Google launched both a new category of cable-free standalone Google Daydream VR devices, as well as a new Visual Positioning System for helping phones navigate via augmented reality.
Google unveils its plans to expand Google Assistant by pushing it into more devices, and adding new capabilities like payments, the company said at Google I/O.