Last week, I provided an update on our cord-cutting efforts. Maybe I should have waited, as things are changing yet again.
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The Google Photos website has been converted to a Progressive Web App so that it can be installed on desktop PCs.
In the wake of Microsoft's most recent step back from online music, I'm struck by how many people feel burned by this coming change.
This isn't a huge surprise, but Microsoft revealed today that it will retire its Groove app for Android and iOS this year.
Not sure how I missed this when it happened three weeks ago, but the Hulu with Live TV service now offers a guide.
Plex has released a major update to its apps, adding new customization features and podcast support.
In the three months or so since we've switched (back) to cord-cutting services, we've been mostly happy with the decision.
Last year, streaming music revenues surpassed those of other formats. But we're losing something important in this transition.
YouTube Music will start rolling out today in the U.S., Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea.
In a bid to help its users avoid noise and nonsense, Instagram said this week that it will finally add a Mute feature.
Think of it as the great rebrandening. Or something. But Google is taking yet another stab at creating a true competitor to Spotify.
Spotify announced today that it has 170 million active users, 75 million of which are paying for its premium subscription service.
Hulu announced today that its subscribers will finally be able to download content from the service and watch it offline.
One year ago, Microsoft announced that Apple iTunes was coming to Windows 10's app store.
Snap today announced a new generation of its Spectacles camera sunglasses that adds still photo capabilities and water resistance.
Today, Spotify announced an update to its mobile app that emphasizes a key advantage over Apple Music.
To date, Google's podcast strategy has amounted to adding podcast support to Google Play Music. That's changing.
The European Commission announced today that it has launched "an in-depth investigation" of Apple's proposed acquisition of Shazam.
SmugMug announced this week that it will acquire venerable photo-sharing service Flickr for an undisclosed sum.
I'm trying to solve my Pixel audio issues the way an Apple user would. By throwing even more money at it.
Apple quietly updated its Apple Music app on Android this week to add support for music videos.
Retailer says that Amazon Music Unlimited is now the third-largest streaming music service behind Spotify and Apple Music.
Google has announced an update to its Play Movies & TV and Play Store apps that lets you browse content found in third-party services.
As you may know, Pocket Casts is my favorite podcast app, and it's on the short list of apps I use every single day.
An exclusive Reuters report has revealed how well Amazon's Prime Video service is performing against Netflix, Hulu, and others.
Microsoft's Movies & TV service was left out in the cold when Disney expanded Movies Anywhere to include multiple content providers.
Apple Music gained 2 million subscribers in a month while Spotify continues to lead.