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Tyler "Ninja" Blevins makes half a million dollars every month without having to leave the house. Here's how gaming's top streamer does it.
Trade Coffee is an online matchmaker for coffee lovers and their coffee — here’s how a subscription works and what it costs
Coffee fiends, snobs, and all-around enthusiasts on the never-ending hunt for the perfect bean, this is the subscription for you.
Amazon Prime is much more than just free two-day shipping. You can get unlimited cloud storage; free music, movies, books, and TV; and much more.
If you're shopping for a gift for a recent grad, consider one of these subscription services that'll add convenience, knowledge, or fun to their life.
Spotify just unveiled a new free version of its mobile app — here’s your first look at all the changes
Spotify redesigned features of its mobile app to make it better for free users.
Netflix subscribers have been growing steadily ever since 2012, from less than 30 million to more than 120 million last year.
Zuora soars in its IPO, and the founder’s stake is worth nearly $200 million — 5 years after the company hit rocky times
Tien Tzuo, a well-known Silicon Valley player who's celebrating an IPO for his company, Zuora, says one word used to describe Zuora is "grittiness."
Tech journalist and Pando founder Sarah Lacy raises $1.4 million to launch a new startup for working moms
Chairman Mom promises working moms a solution-based troll-free platform for $5 a month.
I tried MealPal, the subscription lunch service that lets you try gourmet meals at different restaurants for $6 a day — here’s what itR...
A new company called MealPal is making a cost effective way to get lunch out from local restaurants.
Everything you ever wanted to know about MoviePass, the $10-a-month service that lets you see one movie per day in theaters
Though MoviePass has been around since 2011, it didn't break into the mainstream until August 2017. Since then, it has racked up over 2 million subscribers.