More evidence that Amazon and Google are getting along.
Everything from iPhone to Xbox will be supported on launch day, but not Amazon for whatever reason.
The cat fight is over.
The debut novel from Bobby Hall earns its second week at the top of the NYT bestsellers list.
We don’t know when, we don’t know for how much, and we really don’t even know if this is true.
It’ll cost $6.99 a month and have a huge library of movies and TV shows.
The new price goes into effect for existing subscribers on May 13th.
The terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.
The service might live in a redesigned version of the company’s TV app.
Now available in 98 percent of households in the U.S.
Prices are going up across the board $1-$2 extra.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Samsung and Apple have announced a new partnership that will see the former bring the latter’s iTunes movies and TV shows to its array of smart TVs. Samsung’s 2018 and 2019 TV models will be gaining the capability in over 100 countries, according to the company. Continue Reading
If you sign up for YouTube’s ad-free Premium subscription service for $12.99/month (or $6.99/month for students), you’ll be treated to original content currently exclusive to the service. It’s a nice perk and all, but most of the content isn’t all that good, at least in my opinion. Still, people wanna Continue Reading
Google has announced it’s making YouTube Premium and YouTube Music subscriptions cheaper for students. Starting today, eligible university and college students in the United States can sign up for either service for $6.99/month or $4.99/month, respectively. This slashes the normal cost of either subscription in half, with Premium usually selling Continue Reading
Disney has made it pretty well known at this point that it’s currently developing a new streaming service to compete with the likes of other services on the market such as Netflix and Hulu. The company famously retracted from its deal with the former, thereby pulling all future content from Continue Reading