Though plenty of people are cutting the cord and getting rid of their cable TV subscriptions, many others keep them despite the hassle and limitations. Contracts, cable box rentals, extra charge for DVRs, and being limited to one TV is a big hassle. YouTube aims to change that.
YouTube has announced YouTube TV, a live ... Read More »
Vine has been around 2013 and it has provided a slew of 7 second video loops. It’s even made people famous. However, Twitter has announced that the service is being shut down in the next few months
The company isn’t taking down existing videos yet, though that might change in the future. For now, you can ... Read More »
Google Photos is continuously getting better. Google has just announced a few new features that are sure to please those who use the service. The big one is a card that suggests which photos need to be rotated. You can then tap the photos to rotate them right side up. Sideways photos are definitely a ... Read More »
The US already has four big carriers (and a bunch of smaller ones) but Comcast believes it can succeed as a competitor. The company will launch a wireless network by mid-2017.
Instead of a traditional network with its own airwaves, Comcast will use its 15 million WiFi hotspots and Verizon’s airwaves. This does mean that the service ... Read More »
Samsung Milk Music is a streaming service that never really took off. Samsung made a push for it early on, but the hype died down as people went back to their favorite, more popular services. And thus, Samsung has decided to shut it down.
Come September 22, the service will ... Read More »
FreedomPop is known for offering extremely limited but free cell service for those who don’t use their phones much. You can’t argue with free! Today the company unveiled a new plan, and it’s far more useful than the previous ones.
The new plan offers 200MB of data and 100 minutes of calls for free. This is less ... Read More »
What’s the point of having a high-quality music streaming service if you can’t stream the music wherever you want? Thankfully, the Tidal apps for Android and iOS have finally been updated to support Google Cast.
From now on, you’ll be able to stream your music to any Google Cast-compatible device, like a Read More »
Google announced earlier this month that U.S. Cellular was becoming a partner for Project Fi, and now Fi users will be able to experience the changes. The Project Fi app has been updated in the Play Store, and it features U.S. Cellular support.
U.S. Cellular is ... Read More »
Cellphones may pretty much rule the world, but landlines aren’t quite dead yet. Many people still use landlines for a few reasons, one of which is call quality. Though VoLTE is aiming to improve call quality on cellphones, the quality of a landline and a good phone can’t be beat.
Google has announced a new landline service called ... Read More »
With live streaming apps like Periscope gaining significant popularity, Google feels a bit left out. And rightfully so: The video giant is king of uploaded videos, but has lagged behind in any kind of live streaming. Google was late to the game with games streaming, Read More »