Amazon said this week that there are now well over 30 million active users of its Fire TV family of living room video streaming boxes.
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Amazon just announced yet another new product.
Today, Amazon revealed that it is dramatically increasing the number of Alexa-powered smart home devices it sells.
Today, Amazon announced the Fire TV Cube, an interesting hybrid of its Fire TV set-top boxes and Echo smart speakers.
I often complain about Microsoft's aversion to hard numbers. Well, Amazon is even worse.
Today, Amazon launched an inexpensive new member of its Fire TV family of products aimed at the many markets in which Alexa is not available.
Now, you can share your movies purchases from the biggest movie studios among any of the top digital movie services.
I couldn't be less happy with our TV situation, which is the exact opposite of what I'm trying to achieve at the new house.
Roku today announced five new streaming media players, replacing and streamlining its entire lineup of products.
In a surprise event yesterday, Amazon announced six new Alexa-powered devices for the home, plus coming BMW integration.
I spend a lot of time trying to figure out which streaming devices make the most sense. The new Apple TV, alas, continues to disappoint.
Amazon today announced Unlimited Music, its new on-demand music streaming service. Key differentiators include what Amazon calls the service's "breakthrough" pricing, and Alexa integration.
In a major push into the living room, Twitter announced today that it is launching apps on Xbox One, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. These apps will feature live streaming video, naturally, including NFL Thursday Night Football games, and other Twitter content.
Choosing a living room set top box can be trying for the Microsoft technology fan, and each of the best devices comes with its own set of pros and cons.
It looks like Amazon Fire TV isn't the only set-top box that will out-perform Apple TV this Fall with 4K Ultra HD video streaming: Roku 4 is on the way too.
Amazon this morning announced a new lineup of Fire tablets—include an entry-level version for just $50—plus new Fire TV models aimed at gamers and 4K video.