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Google Now Lets You Know Which Devices Are Best for Watching YouTube On

Google has unveiled a new program that certifies different smartphones as the best to watch YouTube on. During today’s announcements, Samsung said the new Galaxy Note 9 was among the first accepted into the program and was certified a YouTube “Signature Device.” Right now, there

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AT&T Now Officially Owns Time Warner

After a rough 20 month battle with the US Justice Department, AT&T has finally completed its acquisition of media giant Time Warner. The deal, valued at $85 billion, makes the carrier one of the largest media brands in the world with properties such as HBO,

Comcast Offers $65 Million to Snatch Fox from Disney

Back in May, Comcast stated it planned to outbid Disney in an attempt to snatch up assets being sold by Fox. This includes things like film and TV studios, movies like X-Men and Deadpool, and even shows such as The Simpsons and The Americans. While it didn’t have a bid back then,

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 such as The Simpsons and The Americans. It was assumed the Walt Disney-founded

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 backed by popular demand, the option is now available for

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