Amazon is holding one of its infamous press briefings where they unveil a ton of products in the span of about a half-hour. In this article, I’m detailing one of the more noteworthy announcements: the new Fire TV Cube. Granted, the external appearance of the new Fire TV Cube is Continue Reading
Everything from iPhone to Xbox will be supported on launch day, but not Amazon for whatever reason.
The new price goes into effect for existing subscribers on May 13th.
The service comes alongside a redesigned Apple TV app.
The best deal that has ever graced the Internet.
The company will unveil a TV streaming service, a news subscription service, and (possibly) new hardware.
The service might live in a redesigned version of the company’s TV app.
The perk goes into effect January 17th for existing and new unlimited customers.
After a two-year wait period.
Here’s the thing, though: we don’t know why.
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
DC Comics has officially unveiled its new streaming service called DC Universe during San Diego Comic-Con 2018. The service is set to launch this fall for $74.99/year. You can preorder a yearly subscription now, with monthly $7.99 subscriptions opening on launch day. DC Universe is unlike anything we’re used to Continue Reading
It’s no secret Apple’s been working to produce tons and tons of original content ahead of the debut of its alternative to something like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. Details have remained scarce and the only official news we’ve heard is a partnership with Oprah Winfrey, but that doesn’t mean Continue Reading
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