Ahead of the new wave of competition, Netflix says it's ready to compete to earn customers' attention and viewing as it gains 158 million subscribers worldwide.
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Hulu starts rolling out new like/dislike buttons and improved recommendation engine as its parent company gets ready to launch Disney+.
Apple has made its Apple TV app available on Roku living room set-top boxes, dramatically expanding the appeal of its services.
Amazon has made its Amazon Music app available on the Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD running tvOS 12.0 or later.
Amazon has announced a new Fire HD 10, plus new products and services for kids, including Kids Editions of the Fire HD 10 and Kindle.
Spotify has added support for Siri to its iPhone app, and the service will land on Apple TV for the first time later today.
Spotify and Microsoft have teamed up on an excellent deal for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Spotify Premiun.
Amazon announced today that YouTube TV is now available on its Fire TV devices for the first time.
Google announced this week that YouTube Music will come installed on all new devices launching with Android 10, including Pixel.
Spotify has finally started testing Siri integration on iOS 13, letting users play music on Spotify with their voice.
Disney+ launches this November, but you can pre-order the service right now with a free 7-day trial. You can't, however, get the ESPN+/Hulu bundle just yet.
Roku today announced its new 2019 lineup of streaming set-top boxes and a new version of the OS that powers its devices.
After a disastrous launch of its latest major app version, Pocket Casts has lost a lot of users and now has a new strategy.
Amazon today announced the immediate availability of Amazon Music HD, which delivers millions of songs in Ultra High Definition.
Google announced this week that it is adding a Memories feature to Google Photos that surfaces photos and videos from previous years.
Apple launched the iPhone 11 family, Apple Watch Series 5, and a new iPad, and revealed its pricing for Apple TV+ and Arcade. There's a lot to discuss.
Apple has three new iPhones, a new iPad, a new Apple Watch, details on its game subscription service and its Netflix competitor, and more.
Apple's video streaming service Apple TV+ is coming next month for a $4.99 a month.
Apple plays catch-up with Spotify, Amazon, and Google with brand new web player for Apple Music, now available in a public beta.
Sonos introduces three new products, including a speaker that supports Bluetooth and works indoors + outdoors, and a speaker for those worried about privacy.
Google will pay a record $170 million fine to settle allegations by the FTC that YouTube has violated the privacy of children.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that Google will move its smartphone manufacturing from China to Vietnam.
Disney+ will allow users to enjoy 4K content for only $6.99 a month, offer four simultaneous streams, 7 profiles per account, and 10 devices for offline viewing.
Netflix starts rolling out new "Latest" section that surfaces its newest content better than ever before.
Introduced this past spring, Galaxy Buds are Samsung’s take on Apple’s AirPods, a pair of “true” wireless earbuds.
Separate reports reveal more details about Apple TV+, the coming video streaming service, ahead of its November launch.
Disney announces Disney+'s global launch dates and platform availability details.