Exploring the consumption of media in all its forms. From the apps, platforms, and services that make it possible, to the content that resides on them.
Scenes that are gratuitously sexy, gory, or vulgar can make for an awkward time when you’re watching alongside company. Here’s how to know about them ahead of time.
Trying to navigate YouTube on your game console or Smart TV is clunky. Here’s how to pair it with your smartphone for faster browsing.
If you’re thinking about buying your first digital media player (also known as streaming device), these questions will help you to avoid making any grave mistakes.
Are your Spotify playlists full of duplicates? You can remove them now in seconds.
Podcasts have revolutionized the way we consume audio-based media. They first started to come to the fore in the mid-2000s, and there are now an estimated 250,000 different shows listed on the iTunes directory.
New shows are coming and old shows are leaving Netflix this month. Here’s the full list of what to expect!
It’s undeniable that smart TVs are now obsolete, and at this time, the choice to buy a smart TV would not be a smart thing to do. Here’s why.
We uncovered secret Netflix codes to give you greater control over search, but if remembering the codes is too complex, here’s an extension that lets you browse them all.
Ask The Experts
This week, Matthew Hughes will explain how to fix audio woes using a common, open-source piece of software that you almost definitely have installed, and one you might not.
Every reader has to start somewhere, and they might as well start with the cream of the crop. So, for the essential science fiction library, here are 10 books that definitely belong on your shelves.
Looping YouTube videos doesn’t require any outside software anymore. Here’s how to do it natively.
Want a dedicated media server without shelling out the big bucks? Easy, just use your old Android phone or tablet.
Virtual reality is right around the corner and there are three systems to choose from. Here’s what you need to know to make an informed, smart decision.
While some YouTubers are busy writing books, there’s a whole section of YouTube dedicated just to reading and discussing books. Say Hello to BookTube!
If you need a little more specificity when searching Netflix, you can use some secret codes to find exactly what you need.
To signal the arrival of a new trilogy and several spin-off movies, we’ve compiled a list of the best Star Wars books you really need to read.
Google Play Music is an excellent service, but it includes an extra program that lets you listen to your own music anywhere. It’s worth checking out!
If you love the idea of a Chromecast but can’t justify the $35 price tag, then check out this promotion that could net you a Chromecast for free!
Netflix is set to crack down on VPNs to satisfy the rights-holders from whom it sources its content. So, how will Netflix’ ban work? And how effective will it be?
Netflix is growing fast. If you’re new to the service, know that there are a bunch of third party sites and tools that make using it even better.
Twitch just might be the most popular live streaming service on the Web. These stats will definitely impress you.
Music fans got an early Christmas present when, on December 24th, 2015, all of The Beatles’ major albums were released on Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming services. Here’s why that matters.
Amazon is offering an incredible and exclusive 20% off deal for all new and pre-ordered games for Prime members. Here’s how to take advantage of it.
Want to listen to podcasts on your Android phone or tablet? Let us show you which apps to use.