Although excluded from Google’s developer preview, Android TV devices might still get Android 11 update sooner than expected.
Sling TV might have seen its first-ever quarterly subscriber losses, but it’s too early to draw any major conclusions.
Sling TV is no longer continuously adding subscribers following its first subscriber decline to date.
Sling’s approach to simultaneous streams is worthy of Christopher Nolan’s Inception.
Those thinking of signing up to fuboTV will probably want to go with the family plan now. The extra $10 goes a long way.
YouTube is not only the home of streaming videos for free, but also an important reminder of the power of the AVOD approach.
Roku Ultra might be the best Roku, but that doesn’t mean it’s the best Roku for everyone.
For a limited time you can stream Game of Thrones or The Outsider for less than usual. You can also save on Starz too.
Tired of missing out on a live TV event? Sling TV’s new Spotlight feature might help.
It might not seem like it now, but YouTube TV dropping Apple in-app payments benefits everyone, including Apple TV users.
Following recent rumors, YouTube provides a clear indication users will be able to sign up to third-party subscription services in 2020.
Roku believes we’ve now entered the ‘Streaming Decade,’ but it is probably more accurate to think of the 2020s as the cord-nevers decade.
Roku continues to enjoy quarterly growth, but will that continue following the various issues in this quarter?
The issue seems to be much worse for Roku Streaming Stick+ users.
Not everyone has time to read a long review, so if you just want a quick take on Hulu live TV, here it is.
Redbox is the latest service to get in on the AVOD action. However, it is far from the finished product.
The Premier League’s new chief executive recently confirmed a direct-to-consumer streaming service is in the works.
Tubi confirms massive growth in 2019, including how 25 million users now access the free streaming service on a monthly basis.
Looking for an easy way to view your photos in a slideshow on Android TV? Photos TV has you covered.
YouTube might follow in Amazon, Apple, and Roku’s footsteps by helping you manage your video subscriptions.