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How stable is the third Android O developer preview?

by Jimmy Westenberg 6 hours ago26 comments

Where do you get your smartphone wallpapers? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 9 hours ago62 comments

Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 coming soon, but should you buy one?

by Robert Triggs 7 hours ago24 comments

The OnePlus 5 is now on sale: here’s how to buy one

by Scott Adam Gordon 15 hours ago21 comments
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You can actually use the Not Hotdog app from Silicon Valley on your Android phone

The Fourth of July will be here soon, and many Americans will need to figure out a way to tell the difference between hot dogs and... other types of food. Thankfully there's an app for that.
by Jimmy Westenberg1 day ago10

AT&T will add free access to HBO with its Unlimited Plus plan on April 6

AT&T will add free access to the HBO cable TV network for current and new subscribers to its Unlimited Plus data plan starting on Thursday, April 6.
by John CallahamApril 5, 20173

DIRECTV Now subscribers get a year of HBO for free

Getting ready for the new Game of Thrones season? I know I am, but I am not one of those lucky DIRECTV Now users that will be able to (legally) enjoy the show for free.
by Edgar CervantesMarch 20, 20173

Get YouTube Red and Google Play Music for $1 for 3 months

Tired of adverts on YouTube and want unlimited access to millions of songs? You're in luck as you can get YouTube Red and Google Play Music for just $1 for 3 months, and even less if ...
by Nirave GondhiaMay 25, 201640
 
 

Amazon now letting Prime users attach other video streaming services

Today, Amazon is bringing its Prime subscribers a bit of TV nostalgia by effectively bringing channels to video streaming.
by John DyeDecember 8, 20151

HBO Now and Showtime are now available on Android TV

Google has just announced that Showtime and HBO Now are finally available for the Android TV.
by John DyeOctober 2, 20154

HBO Now, Travel Channel, Food Network and more gain Chromecast support

A number of great TV streaming apps have just gained support for Google's Chromecast, including HBO Now, Watch Food Network, Watch Travel Channel and more.
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 6, 20153

(Update: now in the Play Store) HBO Now comes to Android and Fire OS devices, coming soon to Chromecast and Fire TV

HBO Now is finally available on Android phones and tablets and Fire OS devices. HBO says the service is coming soon to Chromecast, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick devices as well.
by Jimmy WestenbergJuly 16, 20158

HBO Go, Vimeo, Twitch and many more apps will soon make their way to Android TV

Included in its Shield Android TV announcement post, Nvidia made reference to a few new applications that will soon make their way to Android TV, including HBO Go, Twitch and Vimeo.
by Jimmy WestenbergJune 1, 20155

HBO Now coming to the Google Play Store – from Google I/O 2015

Google I/O 2015 introduced that HBO NOW will soon be available through the Google Play Store. A new way to enjoy Game of Thrones and more from your Android device.
by Jonathan FeistMay 28, 2015
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