Posts Tagged ‘Streaming’

Check out this free movie streaming service that you likely didn’t know about. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty estimates Apple’s upcoming video streaming service will be able to compete Netflix and generate over $4 billion by 2025.

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AT&T may have only just finished its buyout of Time Warner but the company is already working on the next big thing with the announcement of a new TV service that it calls WatchTV.

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You can now do Fortnite Mobile streaming to Twitch directly from your iPhone or iPad on iOS 11. Here’s how.

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It appears that iOS 11 may giving users the ability to also live stream the contents of their screen, rather than simply record what goes on.

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Verizon, the number one mobile carrier in the United States, has been hard at work tying up deals for streaming rights to television content ahead of the launch of a new online TV service, according to a new report.

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Plex has today announced plans to acquire streaming news service Watchup, with a view to delivering news directly to its 10 million users. The move will bring content from the likes of CNN, CBS, Sky News, Euronews, the Wall Street Journal, and more to Plex’s existing users who already access video, photos and music from their own media servers.

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AT&T has announced its very own TV streaming service, with DirecTV Now set to go live on November 30, while Dish’s Sling TV has added Cloud DVR to its repertoire.

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You can now stream torrents on Windows and Mac using WebTorrent Desktop app, which also supports AirPlay and Chromecast. Here are the details.

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Roku today has announced 2016 model of its popular Roku Streaming Stick. Here are details on its specs, features, price and availability.

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T-Mobile has announced a new data plan called Binge On, which will allow users to access 24 different video streaming services for free without that usage counting against their data cap.

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In what can only be described as Web 2.0 silly season with LinkedIn and their brethren being given crazy valuations, one potential deal stands out from the crowed – and it won’t cost either party a penny.

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