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Google is giving away three months of free Disney+ when you buy a new Chromebook.
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Spotify Connect now lets users in certain markets stream music from Spotify on their smart speakers, including Sonos, Bose, and Amazon Echo speakers.
Apple is looking to build the next-generation of Windows media apps for its services as the company pushes to get Apple TV+ on the Xbox.
Spotify keeps pushing podcasts on the app, introduces a new daily algorithmically generated playlist to provide personalised podcast recommendations.
The Fire TV Blaster is a Fire TV and Echo device add-on that brings Alexa capabilities to existing TVs and other entertainment devices.
Amazon Music customers without a Prime membership can now access a free, ad-supported selection of content on mobile.
Amazon is allowing users of its FireTV and Echo products to combine them and create a home theater solution.
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Apple joins Netflix and Amazon Prime Video in the streaming wars with the launch of Apple TV+ in more than 100 countries worldwide with 8 original shows and a documentary.
Spotify is launching an interesting new product today. The music streaming service is introducing a dedicated new app for kids, aptly titled Spotify Kids, built for its "next generation" of listeners.
Students with an Apple Music subscription will get Apple TV+ at no additional cost, paying only $4.99 a month for both Apple Music and Apple TV+.
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In a surprise announcement, Sony today said that it will shut down its PlayStation Vue service on January 30, 2020.
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Apple said today that the long-rumored AirPods Pro will ship October 30 and will cost $250. They are now available for preorder.
With its monthly average user and subscriber numbers rising faster than expected, Spotify announces a profit.
One week after arriving on Roku, the Apple TV app is now available on Amazon’s Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Stick 4K.