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Movies Anywhere is a movie locker to watch movies from a central place regardless if you bought the flick from Google Play, iTunes, or Amazon.
If you are an Amazon Prime subscriber you can watch ten Thursday Night Football games this year on a wide array of devices.
Whether you’re purchasing a new 4K Apple TV or upgrading your existing one, here’s a look at some of the new features you can expect.
Roku recently launched its own free streaming movie channel to all owners of its modern streaming devices and TVs. Here’s what to expect.
Here’s a look at some companion apps for Windows 10, iOS, and Android that will help you get more out of this year’s NFL season.
Roku is launching its own free, ad-supported streaming movie channel for all its boxes, sticks, and TVs launched after 2011.
Star Trek: Discovery is debuting next month. The first episode is broadcasting free over-the-air, but the rest of the season is only available via stream.
Amazon has quietly added its Amazon Video app to the Google Play Store for Android users in the U.S. Here’s a look at what you can expect.
Vudu, Walmart’s streaming video service, has now arrived for the fourth-generation Apple TV with some purchasing limitations.
The Siri remote for the 4th Generation Apple TV has more functionality than previous versions and it needs to be recharged from time to time.
We’re only a few weeks away from the start of the 2017 NFL season and this guide will show you how to catch the action as a cord cutter.
DirecTV NOW has improved vastly, but how does it stack up against Sling, Hulu Live and PlayStation Vue?
AT&T’s DirecTV NOW live TV streaming service has finally come to Roku devices. To help promote the news, the company is offering a free one-month trial.