Sling TV, the internet-based TV service from Dish Network, has pushed out an update for its app on Xbox One, including an interface change. The company hopes to begin addressing some of the nagging issues that it has had since launch.
There's a fix for Netflix in Windows Media Center in the wild. Zune services are finally being retired. The new Xbox One beta has far more issues than we expected. Tips for sharing games across multiple Xbox One consoles.
Harmony can now control your Insteon devices, Richard shares how he ensures his garage doors are closed, and Garry Whittaker of The Digital Lifestyle Show joins Richard to discuss the state of the home automation industry in the United Kingdom.
Microsoft fills us in on how to get the new Xbox One Experience. There’s finally a new release of Windows 10 Mobile. The final major update to Windows RT is released, and there are a few new interesting TV shows debuting this month.
Chris and special guest Rob H. talk about this week's news and a ton of home theater technology. The standards for UHD are here and devices are starting to actually take advantage of these capabilities. Is it time to reevaluate your home theater?
On the eve of expected HomeKit ecosystem updates, we take a look at how the apps for the first round of HomeKit devices compare. Can any of these offerings become the one-stop control shop for your home? [SPOILER:] Not yet.
There's mixed news for Windows Media Center fans, but great news for Disney fans. A new NFL app, along with game deals on the Xbox, and Microsoft is joining industry heavy weights to work on a new internet video format.
It's episode 200! Champagne all around. Chris and Taylor talk about the recent Apple event including the iPad Pro, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the new Apple TV and much more! Thanks to the DMZ for hosting us and an extra special thanks to the listeners.
If you're a fan of Disney movies, you can now take the magic anywhere, as the Disney Movies Anywhere service is now available on several new providers, including Microsoft's "Movies & TV" service (formerly Xbox Video).