Binge-viewers rejoice: [company]Netflix[/company] has rolled out its so-called post-play feature for Chromecast, automatically queuing up the next episode when you’ve finished watching…
WD has added Miracast to the newest iteration of its WD TV media player — but it dropped support for Vimeo and Netflix.
Tired of paying through the nose for movies in hotel rooms? Then check out this video on how to make your Chromecast work on your next trip.
Amazon is set to announce a TV streaming device to compete with Roku, Apple TV and Chromecast Wednesday. Here’s what we already know about the device and Amazon’s plans for it.
Is it hot in here? You might want to consider checking out the Wi-Fi enabled Aros connected air conditioning unit from GE…
The maker of Atoms connected toys has raised $2.1 million from former Apple executives and Bono. Up next is a ship date for its products that well before the holiday.
From the land of Abba and Spotify comes theQ, a lifetyle product startup that has come out with theQ Camera, which is dead simple to use, has built in 3G connectivity and allows you to post directly to your social networks.
Once relegated to early adopters, smart watches are slowly filtering their way into the view of mainstream shoppers. Case in point: Casio’s new GShock connects to an iPhone for call or email notifications and can be found at Macy’s, Bloomingdales and Nordstrom for $180.
Apple is now taking most of the smartphone profits, but some component manufacturers are coming along for the ride. Sales of gyroscopes rose 66 percent in 2011 over the prior year as record iOS device sales pushed the small motion sensor market to new highs.
New Nielsen data suggests that e-readers are more popular with women while guys prefer their tablets. Smartphones are now equally popular between the sexes. According to Nielsen’s second-quarter survey, 61 percent of e-reader owners are women while men make up 57 percent of tablet owners.
Connected devices are now the fastest growing portion of the BBC iPlayer’s viewership, as the public broadcaster continues to post record numbers. In fact, there’s been a 10-fold increase in viewership on connected TVs, Blu-ray players, hybrid set-top boxes and game consoles since last June.
This week’s episode is all about getting the most out of the WD TV Live Plus, a versatile media player that has the chops to become your very own NAS drive. We also show you how to connect a wireless keyboard and how to simplify YouTube.
The recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show brought home one simple fact: We will soon be hard-pressed to find consumer electronics that don’t feature a built-in Internet connection. To get a sense of our CE obsession, check out this stunning infographic from the folks at Mint.
The online video revolution will be televised, meaning that it will soon show up on TVs, Blu-ray players and other connected devices,…
For those who thought its email-only device targeted too broad a market, Peek Inc. has gone even more niche — and more…