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Amazon’s New Fire TV Cube Combines a 4K Streaming Box, an Echo, and a Universal Remote

Amazon has unveiled the latest entry into its Fire TV lineup with the Fire TV Cube. The device offers similar capabilities to the original Fire TV and Fire TV Stick but adds certain functionality that proves Amazon wants to control your entire living room. For

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Google is Giving Developers a Free 4K HDR Android TV Dongle

Google is always extremely friendly to developers, and the company’s latest move proves that. At I/O 2018, the company handed out free 4K HDR Android TV-powered dongles to developers to test their apps on. The device, officially known as the ADT-2, serves as a reference

YouTube TV App Now Available for Apple TV

Google’s live television service, known as YouTube TV, has reached many devices in its short history. However, one particular streaming set-top box has been excluded from the lineup, but the company is finally adding it to its roster. Starting now, anyone who’s subscribed to YouTube TV

You Can No Longer Use YouTube on the Amazon Fire TV

Earlier this month, Google said they would pull YouTube from Amazon’s Echo Show and Fire TV devices as the result of a bitter disagreement between the two companies. The Fire TV was expected to lose support for the video streaming service on January 1st of

Amazon to Once Again Sell Apple TV and Google Chromecast

After pulling the devices more than two years ago from its online store, Amazon is gearing up to once again sell the Apple TV and Google Chromecast. The news was confirmed by multiple news outlets and listings for the products have already been published. Of

Dolby Atmos Will Eventually Come to the Apple TV 4K

Apple’s 4K HDR-enabled Apple TV still has yet to come out, but it’s already been reviewed by some early review unit recipients. Notably, The Verge‘s Nilay Patel got his hands on it and gave it a relatively mixed review. While the hardware is pretty much

Hulu Live TV is Now Available on Roku

As one of the final major streaming sticks the service has launched on, Hulu’s Live TV is now available on Roku. This comes after the same service launched on a variety of devices including Amazon’s Fire TV, Mac and Windows, Apple TV, Xbox One and

Apple Launches 4K Apple TV w/ HDR Support

Apple today is introducing a new Apple TV with 4K and HDR output. Called Apple TV 4K, the set-top-box improves upon what was already available from the Apple TV which previously outputted content exclusively in 1080p. Now, for compatible TVs, it can output in 4 times

New iPod Touch with Face ID Hinted in iOS 11 GM Seed

We’ve heard about the new iPhone X, Apple Watch with LTE, AirPods, and 4K Apple TV before thanks to the leaked iOS 11 Gold Master seed, but one product I don’t think anyone was expecting has also been hinted at in the software: a new iPod

Report: Apple to Introduce 4K Apple TV with Live TV in App

According to Bloomberg, Apple is set to debut a 4K-enabled Apple TV with HDR output. The publication quotes people familiar with the matter when stating this. It comes nearly a month after the leaked HomePod firmware confirmed the same thing. Bloomberg notes the 4K Apple

Apple’s HomePod Confirms Apple TV with 4K and HDR is Coming

Back in February, Bloomberg reported that Apple was currently developing a new-generation Apple TV with 4K output and HDR support. It’s been pretty much radio silent since then, but now iOS developer Guilhereme Rambo has found hints at the upgraded set-top-box within the Apple HomePod firmware,

Hulu with Live TV is Now Available on Amazon’s Fire TV

Amazon’s Fire TV streaming box has gained a new service: Hulu with Live TV. Back in May, Hulu’s new live television platform launched in beta on iOS, Android, Chromecast, Apple TV, and Xbox One. Now, that same beta program has landed on Amazon’s solution to

Amazon Now Lets You Control Your Fire TV with Alexa

Amazon is now rolling out a software update to all of their Fire TVs that enables full-on control of the hardware through the company’s digital assistant, Alexa. This means you’ll be able to achieve Google Home-style control by using your Echo or Echo Dot by saying