There are literally hundreds of PCs-on a stick crowding the lucrative Android market, including the quad-core MK809 III quad-core which first tipped up last month.
While versatile, the Allwinner quad-core A31 processor certainly isn't new, as we've seen it power a number of various devices in recent months.
Giayee has unveiled a pod-like Android-powered set-top box that is quite reminiscent of Google's short-lived Nexus Q.
Xbox 360 owners will soon have an additional streaming video option.
Netflix and YouTube have officially rolled out an Airplay alternative known as DIAL.
The first Google TV set-top box to hit the market was the Logitech Revue way back when.
Mountain View first introduced its Google TV platform in October of 2010.
A company known as Silicon Image has unveiled what it claims to be the industry's first single-chip, ultra-low power 60 GHz WirelessHD mobile transmitter specifically designed for smartphones and tablets.
It's not atypical for the first glimpse of an upcoming device to be spotted making its way through the FCC's rigorous approval process.
If you're in the market to build a home theater PC, you might want to check out the first stable release of the Linux distribution OpenELEC version 2.0.
It seems like almost every major industry player is looking to dip its toes into the digital music market, and Microsoft is obviously no exception.
More and more people are using their tablets or smartphones to stream video on the go when they're away from home, and Barnes & Noble wants in on the action.
Netflix saw its stock price slide almost 6% yesterday after the publication of a rather pessimistic report published by analysts at Macquarie Securities.
The versatile $25-$35 Raspberry Pi has taken the developer and modder communities by storm in recent months.
If you own an Apple TV set-top box, you may be perfectly satisfied with the video streaming services the device supports, such as Netflix and YouTube.
For a while Hulu was the place to go for entertainment on the Internet. But now the company really needs to hurry up and sell while its perceived value is still high.
Forget BlockBuster, Hulu and Netflix: Warner Bros. is planning to stream a variety of "rented" videos on Facebook.