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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.
A new bill would force Netflix, Amazon, and other streaming services to put 25% of French revenue into funding French cinema
France is reportedly finalizing a bill that would make streaming services like Netflix put 25% of their French-generated revenue toward local cinema.
The massive popularity of Baby Yoda memes highlights just how successful Disney Plus has been, one analyst says
Rosenblatt Securities raised its first-quarter subscriber target for Disney Plus to 25 million from 21 million, and reiterated its "buy" rating.
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.
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.
You can change your Netflix profile on Roku simply by closing the app and starting it again, or using the side menu. Here's how.
Vizio smart TVs still don’t have the Disney Plus app, but the company is rolling out a major update that will let anyone with a smartphone strea...
With the update, both Android and iOS users can cast Disney Plus to their Vizio smart TVs until the Disney app becomes available.
Disney's answer to Netflix is mostly great. But for some reason, you can't see what movies and shows you've finished or started.
With the Disney Plus app, you can download and watch shows and movies without Wi-Fi on up to 10 mobile and tablet devices. Here's how it works.
Stadia, Google’s new game-streaming service, would be way more compelling if it was truly unlimited like Netflix
Google thinks it can make an impact in the gaming world with Stadia. But the service doesn't sound compelling; it sounds expensive.