So you’re traveling to Europe on vacation, but want to be able to go on your Netflix binge if you have time. Today’s deal from AndroidGuys aims to help you
Android users will soon be able to live-stream directly from their Android devices following an update to Google Play Games today. Version 3.3 of Play Games was released today and
It’s been over 2 years since the original Chromecast debuted (yeah, time flies). And while the little streamer that could is still working fine for the lot of us, that doesn’t
Commercials are annoying. Every time you watch a YouTube video, or a random video on the web, there’s almost ALWAYS a commercial. We understand why there are commercials, but it
In the final installment of App Battles Round 1, we’ll be spectating the battle between Beats and TIDAL. In the Black corner, we have TIDAL, Jay-Z’s premium with 500,000 downloads
If you’re the proud owner of a Chromecast device, you are in for a bit of a treat from Google. To celebrate the devices 2nd birthday, Google is giving a
Google’s Chromecast is a great device for streaming your favorite media to your HDMI equipped TV. The inherent weakness of the device is its reliance on a wireless network in
GameFly recently released their new video game streaming app for the Amazon Fire TV. They have support coming to the Fire TV Stick as well. This is great news for
Amazon Fire TV has exceeded just about every expectation and Amazon has just announced some impressive numbers in regards to their streaming device.
For 35 dollars, you can pick up Google’s Chromecast to play video and music through your TV. Nothing special required other than a smartphone or tablet, the Chromecast is just
Cable television is at the crossroads of its inevitable evolution. Out of all the major entertainment delivery methods, cable and satellite companies seem to be the slowest to adopt streaming
In a move that may or may not begin a future trend, Sony and Google are making The Interview available for download in the Play Store one day before it
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki spoke about YouTube’s upcoming music streaming service and stated that the service will offer offline playback and other functionality with competitors. Whilst no additional granular details
It should come of no surprise that Google is planning on turning YouTube into a music streaming subscription service, focused on remixes, concerts, and up-and-coming artists, since we’ve heard it
YouTube has been rumoured for a while to be exploring the music streaming business and it looks like plans for Google to make such a service happen have leaked early.