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Quibi, the streaming app that has raised more than $1 billion and is run by 2 billionaires, just gave the world its first real glimpse
Quibi, a streaming-video service founded by the veteran tech executive Meg Whitman and the film producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, plans to launch in April.
Sling TV’s basic package costs just $30 a month and gives you access to most of your favorite channels — here’s how to use it
Sling TV is a live TV subscription service used by cord cutters. It lets you choose different channel packages and stream live TV to many devices.
FuboTV is a pricier alternative to other live TV streaming services like Sling — we break down pricing, packages, and what it’s like to us...
FuboTV is another popular streaming service you can use to watch live TV without a traditional cable subscription. Here's everything you need to know.
You can get Disney Plus on your Xbox One from the Microsoft Store. After downloading it, the app can be found in your Xbox's app library.
I was planning to give away my old, ‘dumb’ TV until a $35 streaming device brought it back from the dead
All it takes is a Chromecast device — or similar products from Amazon or Roku — to revive an old TV.
You can't download Hulu on the Wii or Wii U anymore. However, you can download Hulu on the Nintendo Switch, the Wii and Wii U's successor.
You can watch CBS on Roku, but you’ll need a subscription — here’s how to use the CBS All Access app
To watch CBS on your Roku, you'll need to subscribe to CBS All Access, which costs $6 per month, or $10 per month for a commercial-free subscription.
How to download The Roku Channel app on your Samsung Smart TV, and watch hundreds of free movies and TV shows
You can download The Roku Channel app on your Samsung Smart TV through the Apps menu, which is on your TV's homescreen.
Hackers have reportedly figured out how to reactivate people’s canceled Netflix accounts and start charging them again for monthly subscriptions...
The hacks were reportedly enabled by the fact that Netflix stores customer data for 10 months after someone cancels an account.