Netflix capped off a year of rapid streaming growth by adding 8.5 million net new paying subscribers during the fourth quarter. That means the streaming giant now has a total of 204 million paying subscribers worldwide — net growth of 37 million new subscribers for the full year, up from 28...

Google officially launched iOS compatibility for Stadia via the Safari browser today. Good news if you are a Stadia and iPhone or iPad user! Just navigate to the Stadia website, log in, and off you go. Stadia’s new compatibility with iOS now puts it in the same league with GeForce Now, Shadow,...

Disney+ is following Netflix’s lead and bumping up its monthly subscription cost in the U.S., raising it to $8 per month. The company announced the $1 price hike at its investor’s day presentation on Thursday after showing off a slew of new content headed to the streaming service.Read...

When first announced back in mid-September, Apple promised its subscription Fitness+ service would launch before the end of the year. Just a few weeks before 2020 (finally!) draws to a close, Apple has revealed that Fitness+ will officially be available starting on December 14.Read...

Hulu is the first major streaming platform to offer a social watching experience. And with most major league sports now being allowed to resume behind closed doors, Hulu’s combined proposition with ESPN will likely help entertain the service’s 30+ million users over the winter months. But...

GeForce Now is on iOS. Luna is on iOS. Stadia and xCloud are coming to iOS in the not too distant future. Ideally, this would have been through a stand-alone app and not the Safari browser, but hey, when Apple says you have to submit every individual game on your cloud gaming platform for review to...

Not content to be left off the iOS bandwagon, Google announced today that, like Nvidia, it too will be bringing its cloud gaming platform to iPads and iPhones. The news comes hot on the heels of Nvidia’s GeForce Now announcement earlier today, and similarly to Nvidia, Google is developing a...

The pandemic has turned us all into streaming video-addicted shut-ins, but if you’re being honest, weren’t you well on your way already? Now that millions of us have cut cords with cable companies, pretty much everyone subscribes to one streamer or another, and likely more than one. But what if...

It seems like Disney, Hulu’s controlling shareholder, doesn’t know what it wants to do with the streaming service after the covid-19 pandemic delayed plans to finally expand it outside the U.S. According to Bloomberg, those plans were supposed to get underway in January, but that never...

ViacomCBS Inc. will rebrand its streaming service “Paramount+” early next year and add original series to its lineup, aiming to carve out a larger share of the online viewing market.The company plans to turn its U.S. platform, currently called CBS All Access, into a global streaming...

Quibi, the beleaguered mobile-first streaming service teeming with talent but struggling to find a solid subscriber footing, has introduced a free, ad-supported tier to its Australian market—something the company arguably should have been doing all along.Read...

NBCUniversal’s Peacock has signed up 10 million users, making the new streaming service a rare bright spot at Comcast Corp.’s pandemic-ravaged entertainment division.Comcast disclosed the early Peacock results while reporting its second-quarter earnings on Thursday. NBC has said it hopes...