Although CBS has revealed the title logo and a new teaser for its Star Trek series, there's still a lot we don't know about the beloved sci-fi franchise's return to television more than 50 years after it debuted.
They say it's the golden age of television, and if 2016's roster of fresh new shows is anything to go by, that trend will continue this year. Here's the 10 brand new shows we're most excited to see this coming this year.
Netflix is offering a new free service: checking the speed of your personal internet connection. The company introduced Fast.com today, a new website that can be used by both members and nonmembers alike.
Canadian rapper Drake has now topped Canadian pop star Justin Bieber as the most streamed musician on Spotify, with massive play counts despite the fact that his latest record Views debuted as an Apple Music exclusive.
Starz continues to expand the availability of its app, bringing it to select Android TV devices this week. That's a good thing for those who can't wait for HDR, as the company says its app is likely where HDR will first make an appearance.
At Google I/O 2016, Hyundai is expected to debut its very own Android Auto app, one of the first automakers to do so. Dubbed MyHyundai, the vehicle-specific app adds unique features including a Valet Alert mode and will be available later…
You may never have to confuse your touchscreen with your non-touchscreen surfaces again, thanks to Lazertouch, the world's first mini projector that transforms any surface into a finger-activated touchscreen.