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Sony Xperia XZs review

by Lanh Nguyen 20 hours ago24 comments

Samsung DeX review – can your smartphone replace a PC?

by Nirave Gondhia 2 days ago23 comments

Have phones become too expensive?

by Robert Triggs 15 hours ago83 comments

How often do you use your phone’s voice assistant? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 19 hours ago54 comments
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Newly announced DC Comics streaming video service may be going too far

The newly announced DC Comics video streaming service may be a tipping point for people who are being asked to sign up for too many subscriptions.
by John Callaham4 hours ago3

Netflix was reportedly number one in app revenue during Q1 2017

A new report claims that Netflix brought in more revenue than any other mobile app worldwide in the first quarter of 2017.
by John Callaham1 week ago2

Roku is the most popular TV streaming box according to the latest data

According to a report published by comScore, Roku is the market leader for TV streaming boxes and sticks in the US, followed by Amazon’s FireTV.
by Brian Reigh3 weeks ago10

15 best Chromecast apps for Android

The Chromecast is cheap and reliable so it's no wonder that it's become so popular. If you're picking one up, don't forget these awesome Chromecast apps!
by Joe Hindy4 weeks ago62
 
 

“Content unavailable in your location?” Never again.

Unlock Netflix and other streaming services with this unblocker.
by AA PicksMarch 23, 20177

Netflix reportedly eyeing mobile-optimized versions of its original series

Netflix chief product officer Neil Hunt said the company would explore the possibility of dedicated mobile cuts over the next few years.
by Scott Adam GordonMarch 16, 20173

Netflix to support HDR video streaming on smartphones, starting with LG G6

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has confirmed the service will soon support HDR video streaming for smartphones, starting with the LG G6.
by John CallahamFebruary 28, 20176

Thank Facebook Live, Netflix and Spotify for carriers embracing unlimited plans

Data-heavy streaming services like Facebook Live, Netflix and Spotify are a big reason why carriers are promoting unlimited plans again.
by John CallahamFebruary 13, 20174

T-Mobile offering a year of Netflix with Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge purchase

For a very limited amount of time, the magenta Un-carrier is offering a year of free Netflix for those who purchase or lease a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge.
by Brian ReighFebruary 2, 20172

Netflix’s Android app finally lets you save offline videos to your SD card

The latest version of Netflix now allows users to save clips offline to a microSD card!
by John CallahamJanuary 24, 201715
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