Roku plans to add a voice-controlled digital assistant to its streaming TV players in an attempt to catch up with Google, Apple and Amazon.
Why watch video on a phone or a tablet when you can get a device for as little as $30 to stream shows on a big-screen TV?
Emboldened by a successful IPO, Roku is reducing the price on the next generation of its best video streaming player in an attempt to fend off competitive threats from Apple and Amazon.
Shares of Roku, an early player in streaming-video gadgets, soared Thursday after its initial public offering of stock raised $219 million.
Shares of Roku, an early player in streaming-video gadgets, are soaring after its initial public offering of stock raised $219 million.
Roku Inc., the leading maker of devices for streaming internet video on televisions, hopes to raise up to $252 million with an initial public stock offering.
Video streaming player pioneer Roku is going public, hoping to raise money to expand into more households and fend off competitive threats from bigger technology companies.
Your streaming TV options have gotten better and cheaper.
No matter who you are, if you're looking for a way to stream video from the internet to your living room TV, Roku hopes to have you covered.
Roku is looking to outshine its rivals by adding a headphone-listening option to the latest version of its thumb-sized stick for streaming Internet video.