How many streaming services can the market support?

How many streaming services can the market support?

Disney announced during its latest earnings report it intends to pull all its movies from Netflix and launch a direct-to-consumer streaming service in 2019, reports CNBC. It also will launch an ESPN video streaming service in early 2018, including MLB, NHL and MLS content.

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Notable apps and app updates for November 20, 2015

Notable apps and app updates for November 20, 2015

The future of TV is being able to order what you want to watch, when you want to watch it, without paying for a thousand cable channels you never even look at. One of the subscription services that you can get today is HBO NOW, available with a 30-day free trial, then a $14.99 monthly subscription fee that you can cancel at any time. Whether it's Game of Thrones, new movies, or classic HBO series like The Sopranos, it's all available for one set fee. 

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Notable apps and app updates for October 23, 2015

Notable apps and app updates for October 23, 2015

Apple Music may be making a run for the money, but Spotify (free with in-app purchases) is still at the top of the heap when it comes to streaming music apps. Spotify shows up near the top of the "top grossing" list every week, simple because of the $12.99 monthly in-app purchase that millions of iOS users make. Whether you just want to shuffle streaming music, create a playlist, or build your music collection over time, Spotify is a big favorite of a lot of iOS users. The latest release came out on October 20.

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AWT News Update: April 7, 2015

AWT News Update: April 7, 2015

In today's news:

  • Adobe announces Document Cloud, which can best be described as "Acrobat in the cloud" for editing and signing PDF files
  • Researchers at Stanford University have made a prototype aluminum-ion battery that has significant benefits over today's lithium-ion batteries ... and more!
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Accessible Apple: Springing into accessibility, 2015 is just the start

Accessible Apple: Springing into accessibility, 2015 is just the start

Yesterday's Apple Spring Forward event blew my expectations clean out of the water. Yesterday morning, we saw Apple make a lot of announcements that have far-reaching implications for universal accessibility. These include, but are not limited to, the Apple TV, ResearchKit, the new MacBook, and the Apple Watch.

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