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Google Now Lets You Pause Your YouTube TV Subscription

Google is rolling out a new feature to YouTube TV subscribers that lets them pause their subscription for up to six months. The feature was initially spotted by Android Police and is furthered detailed in the service’s support site. If you aren’t a subscriber of

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AT&T Introduces Unlimited Plans with New ‘WatchTV’ Bundle

AT&T today introduced the first result of its acquisition of Time Warner: two new unlimited data plans that come with a live television bundle. Called “Unlimited &More” and “Unlimited &More Premium,” the plans offer customers unlimited talk, text, and data plus a free subscription to

You Can Now Watch Netflix in HDR on Windows 10

Following support for the feature on a variety of smartphones, Netflix is adding HDR support to Windows 10. Now, for those of you who like to binge on their PC can do so in High Dynamic Range with supported content such as Daredevil, Marco Polo,

Amazon Prime Video is Finally Available for Apple TV

After a long six-month wait since its announcement, Amazon has finally released its Prime Video app for Apple TV third-generation and above. The app can be downloaded from the tvOS App Store by searching for “Amazon Prime Video” minus the quotes. “There is nothing that

A Quick Review of Pandora Premium

Look, I love music. I have a dedicated folder for it right on my home screen. And when there are new ways to listen to music, I’m down. So when Pandora launched their Pandora Premium service a couple of months ago, I had to give

Cartoon Streaming Service Boomerang Launches for $4.99/Month

Boomerang, a classic cartoon streaming service recently introduced, has officially launched today. The service allows you to stream cartoons you’d likely find on your television set when you were a kid every Saturday morning over a bowl of cereal. It costs $4.99/month for a subscription or

Spotify to Release Exclusive Content to Premium Members Early

Spotify has announced a new licensing agreement with Universal Music Group in which the music streaming service will begin granting Premium members of the platform exclusive content two weeks before freemium users have access to it. This makes paying the $9.99/month required for a Premium membership