With the release of three new Fire TV Insignia Smart TVs from Best Buy, smart TVs have been the focus of Amazon’s devices designed for content streaming. However, if you aren’t in the market for a completely new TV, Amazon’s other Fire TV devices can give you everything you need. The question is which one […]
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One of the biggest selling points for the Fire TV Cube is hands free control. With the Fire TV Cube, there is a built-in Echo that allows you to control your Fire TV without the need to touch your remote. Now Amazon has added voice control support for 3rd party apps like Netflix. This was […]
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One of the more annoying parts of PlayStation Vue was the need to use the PSN Wallet to pay for PlayStation Vue. (Who doesn’t hate the two separate emails first saying funds have been added to your PSN Wallet and the second saying you have paid for PlayStation Vue.) Now Sony has added the ability […]
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Today YouTube TV announced a free week of service for subscribers impacted by this week’s Outage. Here is the email they sent out: Hi there, We’re sorry about the unexpected YouTube TV interruption on Tuesday. We love our TV as much as you do, and our goal is to make sure that you can access […]
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Looking for a movie to watch this weekend? Right now Amazon has 8 movies to rent starting at $1.99 each. (Except for Ant-man and The Wasp that is $2.99. This also includes the Disney Pixar movie The Incredibles. The best part is you can rent them now and watch them anytime in the next 30 days. […]
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Yesterday, YouTube announced that they will allow advertisers to target cord cutters through YouTube (and likely YouTube TV) who are watching on their TV. “Consumers are cutting the cord, and this is a tremendous opportunity for advertisers to reach their audiences in the living room with digital video. With the launch of TV Screens device […]
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Are you a Sprint customer? Right now you can get a 30-day free trial of Hulu’s live TV streaming service for free. The deal does not stop there and if you decided to pay you can get Hulu’s live TV streaming services for $34.99 a month for the first 6 months. ($39.99 a month after […]
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Today Vidgo officially launched their iOS app and confirmed to Cord Cutters News that they will launch in beta next week. Vidgo will start with several Spanish language packages starting at $19.99 with 30 Spanish channels from the US, Mexico, Central America, South America, and Spain according to Vidgo’s website. Later on, Vidgo will launch an English language package […]
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Yesterday it was announced that Funimation will be leaving VRV. Soon you will no longer be able to access Funimation content through VRV. Funimation also announced plans to end their content deals with Crunchyroll. Now if you want to watch their shows and movies you will need to subscribe the Funimation streaming services. “As you […]
Do you own an Echo device? Right now, you can get a three-month trial of SiriusXM for free. Want to buy SiriusXM right now? You can get a free Echo Dot if you sign up for SiriusXM All Access or SiriusXM Premier. With the SiriusXM All Access package, you get access to 150+ channels, streaming, […]