More evidence that Amazon and Google are getting along.
Anker has announced a new version of its Nebula Soundbar. In this case, it doesn’t just come with better sound or more bass. In fact, in terms of sound quality, the new Nebula should be identical to the old one. It’s under the hood where things get interesting as the Continue Reading
The cat fight is over.
Enable the service’s Alexa Skill for Apple Music to show up on your TV.
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 starters, the Fire TV Cube Continue Reading
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 the new year, but a Continue Reading
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 Echo Show, but Google is also pulling it from the Fire TV, and it looks Continue Reading
Amazon has announced a new Fire TV Stick that gets rid of Alexa integration and strips its price down to just $50. The new media streaming stick, formally known as the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition, comes with lesser-quality specifications but at a lower price that many will likely take Continue Reading
Amazon today announced its new Fire TV which isn’t a box and isn’t a stick. Rather, it’s a rectangular puck that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port and kind of hangs there. Think of it as a Google Chromecast. It costs $69, but for the money, you really get a Continue Reading
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 a set-top-box. Beginning today, Hulu’s Continue Reading
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 things like, “Alexa, play Bob’s Continue Reading
Westinghouse, Element, and Seiki are all TV makers managed by Tongfang Global, a company many may not have heard of. The products these companies make are usually available at retailers like Best Buy, Target, and Walmart, but most of you may have been blinded by all the Sonys and Samsungs Continue Reading
As reported a month ago, Twitter has begun rolling out a new app that allows users to watch live content on their TVs by ways of the Apple TV, Xbox One, and Amazon Fire TV. One function the app specifically serves is live streaming NFL games. A total of 10 will Continue Reading