Things are off to a great start for Netflix in 2015. The company served up 10 billion hours of digital content during the first three months of the year.
Game of Thrones fans couldn't wait. The first episodes of the fifth season were downloaded a million times before the official debut.
A Minnesota man lost his house in a fire but not his cable service. Comcast wouldn't cancel it for a week because he didn't have his account number.
Tidal may have celebrities, buzz and even exclusive content, but it's not going to be easy to topple Pandora and Spotify. Plus, music fans are cheap.
Comcast says its proposed merger with Time Warner will bring benefits to all, but all many consumers see is the biggest cable TV provider getting bigger.
Comcast says it expects its $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable to take longer because of a long-running regulatory review.
A portfolio manager, a financial planner and a college professor reveal how Game of Thrones can help you conquer financial issues.
Don't like junk mail or telemarketing calls? We'll show you how to shut those down, too. And you'll help reduce paper consumption.
Digital television is here, but there are plenty of reasons that we're not hopping on the trend. One involves what Apple hasn't done yet.
Most would-be cord cutters will need to pick and choose from multiple services to cobble together all the shows they watch. Here's a look at the options.
Entrepreneurs may be all smiles when they get an offer on 'Shark Tank,' but the deals aren't set in stone. And some contestants do in fact walk away.
The leading streaming video service is no longer riding on a single hit show. Four more exclusive series debut now through May.
Buick is the first U.S.-based automotive brand to crack the top 10 in Consumer Reports magazine's annual brand report cards.
Simply being nominated for an Oscar may be enough for many stars, but for film studios the real money is in winning. And this year, one stands to win big.
Oprah's rise from modest roots to multibillionaire show that she's an unstoppable force with boundless optimism and a generous heart.
There will be 15 new Super Bowl advertisers this year, and the rookie interest is seen as a positive sign that companies are feeling good about the economy.
GoDaddy pulls its Super Bowl ad in which a little, lost pup braves the elements, finds its way home, only to be sold online and shipped off to a new home.
Apparently, airline passengers aren't buying enough garden gnomes, superhero pajamas and heated cat shelters. SkyMall has filed for bankruptcy.
An unfunny comedy is just the latest mishandled decision by the Japanese consumer electronics giant.
A new family is leading the reinvention of Gamse Lithographing, a Maryland printer that had rethink how it does business in the Internet age.
CBS says Dish customers will soon lose access to CBS programming if the two companies don't reach a new deal for carrying the network by Thursday.
Streaming video-on-demand purveyors like Netflix and Amazon.com are set to open their wallets a lot wider for content. The stream is about to become a gush.