It Sure Seems Like Apple Is Willing to Bend Its Own Rules to Promote Its Services

Apple seems to really, really want people to commit to its services. Read More >>

Netflix’s The Punisher and Jessica Jones Are Officially Cancelled

Frank Castle might still be stuck in the war zone of his mind, but Netflix’s The Punisher has come to an end after two seasons. His Marvel compatriot, Jessica Jones, will also see her story end – but it’ll be after the third season of Jessica Jones airs. This news comes courtesy of Deadline today. Read More >>

It Sounds Like It Could Be a While Until We Actually Get Apple’s Streaming Service

For months, reports have indicated that Apple was poised to give us a glimpse of its long-awaited Netflix competitor sometime this spring. Whether we will soon after have access to what increasingly sounds like an Apple Prime when the tech giant finally reveals it, however, is another story. Read More >>

Apple Prime Would Be a Gigantic Hit, Huh?

It’s imminent. Multiple outlets now report that Apple will announce new video streaming and news subscription services at a celebrity-studded event in Cupertino, California on 25 March. BuzzFeed News cited anonymous sources who said the event would take place at Steve Jobs Theater and focus on the news service. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman corroborated that report and added that Apple’s long-rumoured streaming video service would also be announced—and with the participation of several Hollywood A-listers to boot. So it sounds like no small affair. Read More >>

Four Geeky and Occasionally Romantic Movies to Stream on Valentine’s Day

It’s the most romantic season, but we're all poor and your well-worn DVDs of The Princess Bride and Shaun of the Dead could use a rest. Fear not, nerds! We’ve scoured the big streaming services to find sweet (and not-so-sweet) genre picks perfect for Valentine’s Day viewing. Read More >>

We May Finally See Apple’s Streaming Service and Netflix Rival Very Soon

We may finally get Apple’s long-awaited streaming service in mere months. Bloomberg reported Wednesday that the company plans to (finally) introduce us to its video streaming competitor to Netflix at a March 25 event. Read More >>

LinkedIn is Pivoting Harder into Video

If you’re like me, you think of LinkedIn as the last place you want to spend time online. It’s chock full of spam, vaguely business-themed blog posts that range from the utterly interminable and insights no one asked for to bizarre rants, and UI decisions that seem designed to conjure up the feeling of a basement cubicle. That’s not even counting the controversy over some of its uses of user data. At best it’s the Dilbert of social media, and at worst it’s the... Scott Adams of social media. Read More >>

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What We Know About Every Star Trek Programme in the Works Right Now

After years and years on the back burner, Star Trek is truly ascendant on television once more. Although for now we just have Star Trek: Discovery, soon enough we'll be watching tonnes of new space exploration shows. While we’re not quite at five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred Trek shows just yet, there’s a lot – and here’s what we know. Read More >>

Spotify May Suspend Your Account If It Catches You Using Ad Blockers

Spotify announced Thursday that it’s updating its terms of service, and that includes seriously cracking down on user attempts to bypass ads, according to the Verge. If you try to block ads with a free account anyway, you may risk losing it. Read More >>

You Won’t Be Able to Watch Captain Marvel on Netflix

Fun fact: the “+” in Disney+ stands for “more,” obviously, but also “not available on Netflix, sorry.” Read More >>

The Roku Streaming Stick+ Is Going Down In Price – Forever

We're always happy to hear of price cuts in these straitened times, and even moreso when they're permanent. Which admittedly isn't very often. Read More >>

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Jeremy Clarkson Has Revealed Why The Grand Tour Has Ditched the God-Awful Celebrity Segment

The Grand Tour's third series is now underway, and regular viewers might have noticed that there are no celebrity guests this time around. There's a very good reason for that, according to Jeremy Clarkson, and some people might be shocked to hear that the official line has nothing to do with how bad the celebrity bit was. Read More >>

TV Licence Cancellations Rise as People Go Full Streaming

The number of people cancelling their TV licences has risen for the first time in five years, with the suspicious finger and squinting eye of blame pointing in the direction of those troublesome young-ish people who are more interested in the kudos of having a streaming account than indirectly bankrolling Graham Norton via the BBC's legacy media charge. Read More >>

Zack Snyder’s Next Movie Will Be an ‘Epic and Crazy’ Zombie Heist for Netflix

What happens when a group of mercenaries attempts to invade a zombie quarantine zone and rob a casino? We don’t know, but Zack Snyder is about to show us. Read More >>