Tag Archive: Streaming


Live sports streaming service DAZN launches in Canada with exclusive NFL Game Pass rights

Are you ready for some streaming football?

Sports streaming service DAZN has announced it’s expanding into Canada, anchored by a deal with the NFL to be the exclusive home of NFL Game Pass. Canadians will be able to access NFL Game Pass and NFL RedZone exclusively through DAZN — services previously only available via cable providers. With the start of NFL pre-season just three weeks away, you can sign up to receive updates about DAZN’s imminent launch in Canada.

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Bypass geo-restricted streaming services for $35

Every year, more and more people are cutting their cable cords and turning to online streaming for all their TV and movie entertainment — and it’s clear to see why. Whether it’s for the convenience to watch what you want when you want on whichever device you want, or simply to save some money every month, the trend shows no sign of slowing.

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Three UK zero-rates some streaming services with new ‘Go Binge’ feature

New Three subscribers can stream from Netflix, TVPlayer, Deezer and SoundCloud without eating into their data allowances.

Three UK has followed the lead of T-Mobile over in the U.S., with a new offering that zero-rates data from certain streaming services, so they don’t count against customers’ data allowances. “Go Binge” (even the branding is remarkably similar to T-Mo’s BingeOn) is included as standard for new and upgrading Three customers on SIM-only, “Advanced” handset and mobile broadband contract plans with  [Read More…]

How much mobile data does streaming media use?

Here’s the breakdown on how much data streaming music and video use so you know how much to budget.

The things most of us love to do with our phones is also the thing that eats the most data: stream music and video.

Modern phones and streaming services were made for each other. Your phone is capable of delivering high-quality content through the screen or its audio components and streaming services like YouTube, Netflix and Spotify were  [Read More…]

NVIDIA Shield TV vs. Amazon Fire TV vs. Roku Ultra: Which 4K streaming box should you buy?

In the arena of 4K streamers, which one deserves your money?

While TV channels still mostly live in the world of 1080p, online streaming services like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix have moved forwards into the world of 4K video. At four times the resolution of 1080p video, 4K requires not only a new, compatible TV but a decent internet connection to be able to stream it.

You also need something to get that 4K media onto  [Read More…]

Kickstarter of the week : STREAMZ – Voice Controlled Smart Streaming Headphones

I do love a good Kickstarter, who doesn’t right? I dread to think how many hours I’ve lost trawling the ever expanding gadget tech innovations all vying to be the “next big thing”. One thing I am less so enthusiastic about, however, is parting with my hard earned cash, this particular part takes something quite special. […]

Fixing Play Music: How Google can improve its streaming music service

How can Google Play Music improve? Let us count the ways…

I’m not exaggerating when I say this: Google Play Music is the first app I use every morning and it is the last thing I see before I put my phone to sleep at night. And no, that’s not just because Google Play Music is my alarm clock. Music is what keeps me sane during chaotic work days, and it’s what cheers me up when life  [Read More…]

T-Mobile is giving all of its customers a free year of baseball streaming

T-Mobile Tuesdays has something good for baseball fans starting April 4.

T-Mobile is into doing nice things for its customers recently. The company has announced that it is giving away a free year of MLB.tv baseball streaming to all of its users, including those on older plans and prepaid service.

A regular season costs $ 112.99 a year, with MLB at Bat, which includes mobile phone access, an additional $ 19.99, so Major League Baseball is likely  [Read More…]

Pandora is finally prepared to launch premium streaming service

Pandora is stepping up to directly compete with Spotify, Google Play, and Apple Music.

Pandora was one of the first big players in the music streaming game, with it’s one-of-a-kind Music Genome Project powering a song recommendation engine that blew our collective minds over 15 years ago, and it continues to impress to this day. But in the time since, the field has become extremely competitive, with Apple, Google, Microsoft, Spotify, and many others all jumping into the premium  [Read More…]

Boomerang intros new Android streaming service for classical cartoon lovers

If you were a kid in the 90s you probably used to binge of Cartoon Network shows all the time. Eventually, classical shorts and cartoons like Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera shows were moved to Cartoon’s Network’s sister channel, Boomerang. Which so far was only available for cable subscribers. Luckily that won’t be the case anymore. […]