Sling TV on Tuesday announced they have launched a beta version of an in-browser player for the Google Chrome web browser.
The Micro Drone 3.0 is the drone for everyone, with streaming first-person flight view, and speeds of up to 45 MPH, this drone is fun for first-time flyers as well as expert pilots!
Disney will pull all of its movies from the Netflix streaming service, and is making preparations to launch its own streaming offerings.
AT&T has signed a deal with CBS which will bring the CBS lineup of channels and services to the DIRECTV NOW streaming service “in the coming days.”
The new “T-Mobile ONE Unlimited 55+” plan offers two lines of T-Mobile ONE unlimited service for $60, fees and taxes included, for folks 55 and over.
It appears the Unicode 11 set of emojis, to be released in 2018, will also include a frowning pile of poo.
Apple supplier Foxconn on Wednesday announced their plans for a $10 billion LCD manufacturing plant, to be located in Madison, Wisconsin.
The dog days of August will be a busy time for Netflix, as numerous shows are making an appearance on the streaming service.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group on Tuesday unveiled an upcoming USB 3.2 specification, which is said to double the data rates of USB 3.1, while still using existing cables.
A deal between video streaming provider Hulu, and 20th Century Fox adds nearly 3,000 episodes of the venerable movie studio’s popular television shows to the Hulu library.
A report from last week claims Amazon is working on a new mobile messaging platform called “Anytime.”
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, and haven’t yet tried the online retailer’s Music Unlimited streaming service, here’s your chance to do it on the cheap.
If you have multiple Amazon Echo smart speakers scattered throughout your home, you’ll soon be able to use them as room-to-room intercoms, via a new feature called “Drop-In.”
The Unicode Consortium has released version 10.0.0 of the Unicode Standard, which introduces 56 new emoji characters.
A new European Union proposal would enforce end-to-end data encryption, ban backdoors of the type the FBI requested Apple to create for iOS devices.
Google is offering a free three-month trial of YouTube Red, its ad-free video streaming service