"You will own nothing, and you will be happy"
Something very different from parent company Google's last gaming venture
Be careful what you watch
In addition to making Prime subscribers pay to remove ads
But don't blame Covid
Spotify's changes are sure to ruffle some feathers
Most of Apple's subscriptions are now more expensive
Basic and Premium plans just became more expensive
Houses will be permanent retail locations that will offer food, experiences and memorabilia
They seemed like a good deal at the time
Sony's streaming movie service lands on PS4 and PS5
Ad-free Netflix could cost more soon
After it acquired the rights to stream Activision Blizzard games from Microsoft
Prime Video is already a paid perk
Loads of new products from Amazon's event today
Additional subscriptions to other streaming platforms is an appealing incentive
In brief: With the ever-increasing price of streaming services, have we reached a peak where the only way is down? A new study suggests there are methods of enticing consumers to sign up for even more subscriptions: include extras such as discounts, free products, and bundles.
The service has been operating in Russia through an Nvidia partner
The leagues say processing current DMCA takedown requests takes too long
Microsoft will sell streaming rights for Activision Blizzard games to Ubisoft in attempt to appease UK regulator
Activision Blizzard games will be coming to Ubisoft+
Streaming is reshaping the TV landscape
Netflix is carrying out a test in the UK and Canada
And many of its one-time benefits disappear?
Its second price hike in less than 12 months
A hot potato: Do you enjoy watching the ad-free version of Disney+ so much that you'd be willing to pay more? It's a decision subscribers will soon have to make as the company is increasing the price of its popular service by 27%. It's also hiking the ad-free price of Hulu. If that's not bad enough, Disney revealed it is "actively exploring ways to address account sharing."
Spotify was the last major holdout at $9.99