Onkyo announces it will be rolling out Sonos compatibility to many of it's existing network A/V Receiver models, making the Sonos Connect less necessary for many consumers.
Disney Movies Anywhere is shutting down on February 28. If you haven't already done so, be sure to sign up for Movies Anywhere and transfer your library before the end of the month.
PlayOn Cloud Storage lets you keep your PlayOn recordings in the cloud for as long as you'd like, with plans starting at just under $5/month. Looking for a mobile-first DVR solution without any home...
The makers of iHomeServer have done it again—this time making your locally hosted, personal music collection available to play on your Echo devices.
Microsoft's Xbox One S console has been allowing users to watch video in 4k since last year, but only just today has YouTube 4k arrived on the console.
One of the best uses for a DVR is to start watching a TV recording shortly after it starts. This was one of Plex DVR's biggest missing features. For some users it's now available.
The battle between Google and Amazon has reached a new level. You'll no longer be able to watch YouTube on Amazon Fire TV devices or the new Echo Show.
Six months after Apple's WWDC announcement, Amazon has released a Prime Video app for the Apple TV. And it's...fine.
Microsoft is officially pulling the plug on Groove, ending digital music sales and shuttering its Groove Music Pass streaming service at year’s end. How did we get here, and why is Microsoft even in...
Flixster has shut down its UltraViolet video redemption and collection streaming service, Flixster Video, shuffling customers over to competitor VUDU.
Walmart's VUDU streaming service has launched its first app for the Apple TV. Even though it's nearly six years into the game, this is the first UltraViolet service to grace the screen of the Apple...
Spotify, our favorite music streaming, has finally arrived on the Xbox One. It's fast to setup, easy to use, and provides most of the features we demand.