Archive for category Streaming

Soon you’ll be able to watch NFL games on your smartphone regardless of carrier

Verizon on Monday announced a game-changing partnership with the NFL which will bring football games on smartphones regardless of carrier. So far, Big Red has held the exclusive rights to mobile streaming of live NFL events, but all that will change starting January. Come next month, anyone with a smartphone will be able to watch […]

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Sprint customers now get Hulu for free

Sprint on Wednesday announced that it has partnered with Hulu on a deal which will give its subscribers. Starting from November 17, both new and existing customers can sign for the streaming service at no cost. The deal, which resembles what T-Mobile has done with Netflix, gives Sprint subscribers free access to the basic monthly […]


Plex for Android Auto is coming soon

Media streaming server Plex announced it will start rolling Android Auto support for their mobile app in the coming days. Soon Plex users will be able to stream from their own media center through the car’s Android Auto feature. In order to get started, you need to update to the latest version of Plex for […]

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Hulu’s entry-level plan is now available with a price-cut (for a limited time)

Hulu is trying to attract more subscribers to its streaming service ahead of debuting its new fall TV season. The company’s entry-level plan can now be grabbed for just $5.99 a month for the first year, after which customers will be bumped up to the regular $7.99 a month fee. Note that the first 30 […]

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How to stream Torrent files online without downloading them to your PC

Gone are those days where people used to spend hundreds of dollars to buy a CD loaded with their favourite films or song collections. It has been many years since the world has shifted towards Torrents and inarguably, it is currently the most popular way of downloading the content you need from the web. But […]

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YouTube update brings low-latency streaming, new tools for easier chat moderation

This week, YouTube announced it was adding a few new tools to its live streaming service component, meant to make YouTube Live content creation more intuitive and easily accessible. Video creators looking to better engage their audience now have the option of enabling the ultra-low latency mode which will slow down streaming video latency to […]

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Samson Q2U Podcasting Pack

This is something a little different, Android Guys. As per our name, we normally focus on the mobile side of technology – specifically, the Google-centric brand of mobile technology – but today I’m writing to you about a podcasting microphone that I’ve been toying around with, instead. While Samson’s (rather boringly named) Q2U Recording and […]

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YouTube TV Just Added 7 New Networks—Here’s How It Stacks Up

YouTube is new to the television streaming game but the company is already adding seven new networks—AMC, BBC America, Sundance TV, Telemundo, Universo, We TV and IFC—to their basic $35/month package. So you can now get more for your money when you subscribe to YouTube TV—but there are some limitations to know about…

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Hulu Live TV beta bundles up to 50 channels for $39.99/month

Hulu made known its plans of launching a TV channel bundle almost a year ago. This week during the annual Upfront presentation, the company finally unleashed a “public beta” for its Live TV streaming service, which launches as an alternative to standard cable packages. Hulu’s new service costs $39.99 per month and grants access to […]

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All the Best Movies Coming to and Leaving In May 2017

Spring is here, but that doesn’t mean any of us want to do anything but binge watch TV. Netflix is bringing a bunch of its original TV shows back this month in the United States alongside tons of other new movies.

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