Apple has launched its single-sign on feature for iOS, which allows users to enter their TV provider username and password once to get all content access across different video apps included in their subscriptions.
Verizon isn’t the only one testing 5G wireless technology that promises to bring more bandwidth to our mobile devices in the next few years. In a blog post, AT&T announced it is testing 5G out in the real world in partnership with Intel and Ericsson.
The MLB may have been the first major sports league to use Motus Global’s wearable sleeve to prevent injuries, but the wearable technology will soon be used by the NFL.
Instagram announced three new features on Tuesday giving Instagram users more control over their accounts and how they interact with others on the service. Instagram users now have the ability to turn off comments on individual posts, remove followers with private accounts and support for comment liking.
The company is planning to release about 20 unscripted series in 2017, according to Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
Both Google and OpenAI announced plans to open-source their deep learning code on Monday.
If you're hoping to join the Mile High Club, AirDates encourages users to post travel itineraries ahead of time so they can hook up with passengers on the same flight.
Snapchat is planning to add original programming to its popular social networking app, ranging from breaking news to entertainment to reality shows.
At Amazon’s Web Services conference re:Invent this week, the retail giant announced its teaming up with Intel for a smart speaker reference design with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant to help with tasks.
A former manager at Foxconn, the company that makes Apple’s iPhone handsets, stole 5,700 iPhones and sold them for $1.5 million and is facing 10 years in prison.
CBS announced a deal with the NFL that could bring more subscribers to its streaming service, CBS All Access. CBS will begin streaming the games on its “All Access” SVOD services this Sunday.
The Game Awards 2016 offered a lot of new trailers, and some pretty big news. Here’s a roundup.
Twitter has acquired startup Yes Inc. which has been developing social apps like Frenzy, Heyo! and WYD.
Plex added support for Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox to its Plex Cloud service on Friday.
The Game Awards 2016 take place on Thursday, Dec. 1 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Here are the nominees for the Game Awards 2016.
The Game Awards start at 8:30 p.m. EST on Thursday, Dec. 1, but you won’t be able to watch on television networks. Here’s how you can live stream the Game Awards on PlayStation, Xbox, PC and social media platforms like Facebook, Snapchat, Twitch, Twitter and YouTube.
Amazon Prime members can now sign up to watch Game of Thrones as well as original series from Cinemax, on Amazon Channels.
With new TV streaming services coming on to the market, now is a good time to compare the channel lists for DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue and Sling TV.
Ecstasy could be used to treat anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder in war vets, a new study has found.
Uber rolled out a new mobile app last month, making it easier to book a ride. However, if you installed the latest update, Uber has been tracking your location the entire time. Here's how you can stop Uber from collecting your location data on iOS and Android devices.
Two days after its announcement, AT&T’s new streaming service DirecTV Now has officially launched on the App Store and Google Play Store as a free download.
When it comes to artificial intelligence, you don’t have to worry about killer robots taking over the world. In fact, AI promises to change our lives in ways we are beginning to experience, according to a survey produced by Stanford University.
Tuesday, the social network launched its gaming platform called “Instant Games,” along with 17 different games including iconic titles like Pac-Man.
Chinese tech company LeEco had its major US launch last month, with most of its smartphones and TVS available via its LeMall website. Starting Dec. 1, you’ll be able to buy them from US-based retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy and Target.
Nintendo, Universal Orlando Theme Park Will Let 'Super Mario' Fans Play 'Inside Their Favorite Games'
Nintendo announced Tuesday that its Mario-themed parks will be featured at Universal Studios Japan, Universal Orlando and Universal Hollywood.
AT&T has officially announced DirecTV Now as its new streaming TV service at an event held in New York City.
According to 9to5Mac, Makotakara the Japanese website claims Apple’s upcoming 10.9-inch iPad won’t have a home button, which allows for a much bigger screen. Instead, the company would add the home button’s function under the display.
Black Friday Sales Numbers: PayPal Reports Mobile Shopping Now Accounts For Third Of Holiday Shopping
According to new data from PayPal, mobile devices contributed to a third of online shopping on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
Many opposed to Donald Trump began boycotting companies associated with him long before he became president-elect but now there's an app that keeps track of companies supporting Trump.
Dish’s Sling TV announced a new feature to compete with Sony’s PlayStation Vue and it’s a cloud DVR that will allow customers to record their favorite TV shows and movies to watch at a later time.