YouTube TV will soon be available to millions more people around the U.S. thanks to a significant expansion of the service. Google today said YouTube TV will reach 10 new markets, including Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington, D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Show More Summary
YouTube TV -- Google's recently-launched live streaming service -- will soon expand to 10 more U.S. urban markets, the company announced this week.
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Over the next “couple of weeks,” Google says that YouTube TV will expand into an additional 10 markets. Those markets are Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington, D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne and Charlotte. Show More Summary
YouTube TV is a very interesting service but it’s limited to only a few markets. Thankfully, Google has finally deemed it time to expand. In a few weeks, YouTube TV is coming to Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Detroit, Houston, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C. The YouTube [...]
Burger King's recent TV ad that deliberately activated Google Home and Assistant just won a major advertising industry award.
After sneaking into people’s homes, Burger King has managed to sneak an award from right under Fearless Girl's nose at the Cannes Lions, advertising's biggest annual gathering. Back in April, the fast food chain created a sneaky TV spot that served as a hack for Google Home. Show More Summary
What are the best games to play on the NVIDIA Shield TV from the Google Play Store? As NVIDIA proclaims in every ad, their new Shield Android TV box is "the streamer for gamers". So which games are worth checking out? Well, for starters we're not going to dive into NVIDIA's GeForce Now subscription service, or NVIDIA Gamestream. Show More Summary
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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt has a weird relationship with modern technology. On the one hand, it’s one of the rare shows on TV that showcases the digital lives of the not so well-off, from hacking it out in the gig economy — Kimmy has been both an Uber driver and a ... More »
You can share your monthly online cable subscription with up to five other people. Did you know that a $35-a-month subscription to YouTube TV gets you access for your friends and family, too? Google lets you share your membership with up to five people at no additional cost. Show More Summary
In “Kimmy Googles The Internet!,” Titus and Kimmy both attempt to grow up, but they base their efforts on misconceptions of what it means to be an adult. Titus believes that being an adult means dating someone mature, so he tries toShow More Summary
If you can’t get enough of the videos you find on your Facebook News Feed, the Facebook Video app for Android TV was made for you. Available inside of Google Play from within the regular Facebook app (just search for Facebook on the...Show More Summary
We used to joke about how unwilling Google seemed to be to advertise its newly released products. Whether it was the newest Nexus phone or their own Chromebook, they just never put forth much effort into TV commercials that would air on an actual TV and not just YouTube. Show More Summary
Ah, nothing like a supremely lame ad! Take this one for example: The latest TV ad for Google's personal assistant/NSA spy device Google Home features a clueless dad trying to relate to his daughter's study buddy by seeing his sick Foxygen tee and very discreetly asking his Google Home, "What is Foxygen's latest album?," and…
In-car entertainment systems have become much more sophisticated with the dawn of the connected car. The likes of Spotify are now integrated into many vehicles, and Google recently revealed it’s developing a version of Android that’s specifically for cars and works without the need of a smartphone. Show More Summary
AT&T's DirecTV Now has started to warn users of its Internet TV service that it will stop supporting Safari on Mac for streaming video at the end of June, with subscribers advised to switch to Google Chrome if they want to continue streaming through a browser on the Mac desktop.
The traditional TV industry could be in for a historically brutal quarter. Pay TV providers could lose more than a million subscribers in the current period, a team of analysts at UBS led by John C. Hodulik wrote in a research note distributed...Show More Summary
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