Our national nightmare is finally over: HBO Max, which has been conspicuously absent from Fire TV, is coming to Amazon’s streaming solutions tomorrow.
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Last week, Google announced that it was discontinuing free, unlimited photo storage in its Google Photos service, enraging fans.
As part of its quarterly earnings announcement, Disney revealed that it had 73.7 million Disney+ subscribers as of October 3, 2020.
Starting in mid-2021, Google Photos will no longer offer free and unlimited storage. The good news? Existing uploads are exempt.
Roku announced today that Apple's AirPlay 2 and HomeKit are now supported on most of its modern streamers and other devices.
Because of the failure of its strategy to position Xbox One as an all-in-one entertainment device, Microsoft is taking a different tack with Xbox Series X|S.
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members can now access Disney+ for 30 days for free as part of their subscription, Microsoft says.
You may have heard that “perfect is the enemy of good,” and on that note, I’ve come up with a similar phrase for digital photography: Inconsistency is the enemy of reliable.
Apple has released iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, tvOS 14.2, watchOS 7.1, and HomePod 14.2, delivering many fixes and a few new features.
OnePlus is now selling its Buds Z Wireless Earbuds for $49.99, offering an impressive 20 hours of playback time.
Apple’s customers are reporting that their AirPods Pro earbuds are suffering from static or crackling sound issues.
Spotify reported that its subscriber base grew to 320 million monthly active users (MAUs), with 144 million paying for a Premium account.
Apple TV+ will be among several top-tier media services available on the PlayStation 5 when it launches next month, Sony said today.
As part of its phased migration from Google Play Music to YouTube Music, Google no longer sells music from its Play Store.
Thanks to its nice remote and UI, the new Chromecast with Google TV solves my biggest issues with previous Chromecast dongles. This one looks like a keeper.
Apple has suddenly stopped selling headphones and speakers from its rivals as it preps new headphones and HomePod releases.
For the second time this year, smart speaker maker Sonos has sued Google for infringing on its patent portfolio.
Roku today announced a new Roku Ultra set-top box and a new, less expensive soundbar called the Roku Streambar.
Google announced today that it has released Android 11 for Android TV, about two weeks after it shipped on mobile.
Amazon announced today that it has released podcast support in Amazon Music in the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Japan.
Spotify has already issued an antitrust complaint about Apple One, Apple’s bundling of its own online services.
As expected, Apple today announced the bundling of its existing services into Apple One, which will be available in three tiers.
Amazon today announced the preview availability of Audible Plus, a lower-cost tier of the firm’s audiobook subscription service.
Thanks to my transition from Google Play Music to YouTube Music, Google reminded me of a feature called Takeout that deserves more attention.
An SEC filing suggests that Panos Panay, the head of the Microsoft Surface, maybe joining the SONOS board of directors.
Some transitions are seamless while others are disruptive. Moving from Google Play Music to YouTube was somewhere in-between those extremes.
In the wake of its legal challenge to Google, Sonos has finally gone after the market leader, Amazon, albeit indirectly.