Tag: Entertainment

Comcast to Outbid Disney in Attempt to Snatch Up Fox Assets

Back in December, Disney announced a multi-billion dollar deal it planned to make with Fox that would see the magical company obtained major entertainment assets such as film and TV studios, movies like X-Men and Deadpool, and even shows […]

Netflix in HDR Can Now Be Played on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, P20, and Sony Xperia XZ2

Netflix has updated its list of supported devices for HDR content playback with three new additions: the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, P20, and Sony Xperia XZ2. Now, owners of these smartphones can enjoy higher quality […]

You Can Now Get Spotify and Hulu for $12.99/Month

Spotify has announced it’s expanding the subscription tier that gets you access to both the music streaming service itself and Hulu for $12.99/month to all users. Previously, the option was available exclusively to students, but […]

YouTube TV Gets More Channels, More Sports, More Markets, and a Higher Price Tag

Google has announced some updates for its YouTube TV live television streaming service that go into effect today. For starters, the company is adding seven new channels to the service’s lineup, including Cartoon Network, CNN, […]

You Can Now Stream Live News from Apple’s TV App

Apple today began rolling out an update to its TV app available on iOS and tvOS that enables live news streaming. The feature is similar to the Sports section launched last year in which you […]

ESPN’s Streaming Service to Launch This Spring, Costs $4.99 a Month

Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced new details surrounding the company’s new ESPN-based streaming service. Called ESPN Plus, the subscription will act as an add-on to the existing ESPN app that will receive a redesign […]

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 […]

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 […]

Amazon Prime Video Now Available on Android TV

After releasing an app for the Apple TV as the result of a lengthy wait, Amazon has finally launched its Prime Video application for Android TV. Streamers can download it here to a compatible streaming […]

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 […]

YouTube TV for Apple TV and Roku Delayed Until 2018

Google is delaying the release of YouTube TV for Apple TV and Roku until early 2018, according to a report out of CNET. An exact reason for the delay wasn’t given, but in the end […]

Disney Acquires 21st Century Fox in Major Entertainment Deal

Disney has acquired Fox’s entertainment division, 21st Century Fox, for $52.4 billion in a major move that will shake up the media industry. The move places most of Fox’s major entertainment assets under Disney such […]

T-Mobile Will Introduce its Own TV Service Next Year

T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced today that the Uncarrier will be launching its own television service sometime in 2018. Legere said they’ll be acquiring Layer3 TV to make this happen by utilizing the technologies on […]

Soon, You Won’t Need Verizon to Watch NFL Games on Your Phone

If you’re an NFL fan, you know it’s hard to stream games on your smartphone. It’s due to Verizon having exclusive rights to be the only carrier to support streaming such content on your smaller […]

Google Pulls YouTube from the Echo Show and Fire TV Amidst Battle with Amazon

Google has pulled YouTube once again from the Echo Show after initially bringing the service back to the Amazon smart speaker a matter of weeks ago. But not only is the platform no longer on […]

Guess What? YouTube is Getting Stories, Too

As if you didn’t already see it coming, YouTube has announced it’s currently testing a version of the popular stories feature found in apps like Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook. But while it’ll be taking its […]

Amazon Echo Show Can Display YouTube Videos Again

Back in September, Google pulled YouTube from Amazon’s Echo Show for “violating our terms of service” and “creating a broken user experience” when the retailer built its own interface for displaying videos from the service. […]

Sprint’s Unlimited Plan Now Includes Free Hulu

After T-Mobile announced it would begin giving customers free Netflix, Sprint is now giving its unlimited plan users a free subscription to Hulu. The $7.99 Limited Commercials offer gives users access to the service’s vast […]

You Can Now Watch Hulu on the Nintendo Switch

Hulu has announced its the first US streaming service to launch an app for the Nintendo Switch. The service notes users can stream content such as movies and TV shows alongside live TV channels like […]

Disney is Reportedly in Talks to Buy a Part of 21st Century Fox

“Let’s get everything, except news and sports,” said Disney in a mischievous voice.