Cord-cutting has always been the promise of streaming video, and we’re finally getting to the point where streaming the boobtube is better than paying for a cable subscription. Indeed, according to a recent report, 61 percent of young adults use streaming as their primary method of watching TV. But with the…
iOS/Android: Sometimes you’ve got a few hours to kill and a bunch of shows and movies in your Netflix queue—but you’re on a flight or your connection is terrible, and streaming is impossible. What are you supposed to do—be alone with your thoughts? Not with PlayOn Cloud, a paid streaming video recorder. Its unique…
Everyone is freaking out about the season seven premiere of Game of Thrones—and you’re totally behind. Don’t worry, you can catch up and be ready to watch with all your friends in no time.
Season 7 of HBO’s Game of Thrones premieres this Sunday, giving you just enough time to figure out where to place your bets in your death pool and how to watch the show without needing your cousin’s boyfriend’s mom’s account information. It’s pretty easy—as long as you’ve got $15 per month.
The season seven premiere of Game of Thrones is almost upon us. Before all the glorious killing begins this Sunday, why not make watching the show a bit more interesting?
Netflix has seen a 33% drop in movies and 26% drop in TV shows over the last couple years, but it seems to at least be dropping the “bad” and keeping the “good.”
The entire plot of Game of Thrones Season 7 may have already leaked, and it’s not expected to return to HBO until next summer. Here’s a few simple things you can do to avoid spoilers until then.
iOS: When you’re looking for something new to watch, it’s easy to get lost in all of the options browsing Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, and whatever other services you have. MightyTV is a free app that lays it all out in one place and helps you pick.
Good news, fantasy fans. HBO has just announced that its service will be free this weekend, from Friday to Monday. Just in time to catch the first episode of Game of Thrones season 6.
This Sunday, the biggest names in Hollywood will gather at the 88th annual Academy Awards. If you’re looking to win this year’s Oscar pool, or just want to see some of the year’s most highly acclaimed movies, here’s where you can watch all of this year’s Oscar nominees.
Dongle fans rejoice: As expected, HBO Now just added support for Google Chromecast with their latest iOS update, so you can stream your favorite HBO shows to your TV with hardly any hardware at all. An equivalent update to the Android version is expected shortly. Update: Chromecast support on Android has arrived too!…
If you’re a fan of HBO Now, the streaming HBO service you can watch without a cable subscription, you used to have to sign up on an iPhone or iPad. Well, HBO’s exclusivity deal with Apple ended today, which means Android and Amazon device users can get in on the fun.
Sunday, Sunday, SUNDAY! That’s when Game of Thrones comes back, and you need somewhere to watch it. But wait! What if you don’t have cable or an HBO package? Luckily, you don’t need it anymore—these days, you can legally stream HBO over the internet and onto virtually any device out there. Here’s how.
Just two days ago, HBO launched HBO Now, the standalone streaming service, with an exclusive on Apple devices. “Exclusive” might be a vague term, though, as you can now get it on Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, and Android as well...provided you get it through Sling TV.
HBO Now, the cable-free streaming service HBO is developing for set top boxes, is now live. Currently, Apple has a reportedly three-month long exclusivity period for the Apple TV, and iOS apps, but you can also watch it through a web browser. If you sign up via an Apple device, you can get a 30-day free trial. Read…
Apple had their big press conference today and revealed all kinds of new details about the Apple Watch, revealed a new MacBook, announced cable-free HBO access, and talked about ResearchKit. If you didn't feel like spending your morning watching their press conference, we did it for you. Here's what they announced…
This is big news: HBO just announced it will launch a web-only service sometime next year. Meaning, you can get HBO with no cable subscription. Yay!
HBO shows are hugely popular. Cable, less so. It's been a dream to get HBO without a cable subscription for a long time. While that reality still isn't fully realized, you can still get HBO GO with almost no bundled TV packages. If you know what to ask for, that is.
HBO's partnership with Amazon begins today, bringing shows like The Sopranos and The Wire to Prime Instant Video. Just in time for the long weekend. Read more on Gizmodo.
Time Warner is now offering a new, affordable plan that lets you get HBO and about 20 channels for just $30/month for the first year. Great news for anyone who doesn't want to be saddled with 70 channels they're never watching.