Starting on February 6th, FuboTV customers with a Pro or Elite plan will be charged an extra $5 each month. So, the cheapest FuboTV subscription is now $75 a month, while the Elite package is $85. These prices are already live on the FuboTV signup page.
With just a few weeks until Super Bowl LVII, TCL is slashing prices on some of its best 4K TVs. Now’s the best time to get a 50-inch 4K TV for just $240, or save thousands on TCL’s flagship 98-inch XL smart TV. Remember, this year’s Super Bowl airs in 4K, so you want the best TV you can get!
Netflix is about to get serious in its efforts to eliminate freeloaders. If you share a Netflix account with family or friends outside your household, get ready to pay for it. A new “paid sharing” system could roll out starting next month, and you’ll have to pay a fee for those using your account.
Amazon Prime Music was once a great option for those trying to enjoy tunes from an Alexa speaker, but it’s slowly getting worse. After two price increases to Amazon Music Unlimited in 2022, prices are going up again in February.
We have bad news if you own and enjoy the Apple TV but prefer Android over iOS. Apple recently released another tvOS 16 update, but over the weekend, several users realized the only way to accept the new iCloud terms and conditions and use all of its features is with an updated iOS device.
Last year Microsoft announced that its latest Windows 11 release would soon get official Apple Music and Apple TV apps, and now the betas are finally available. Apple killed iTunes for Mac in 2019, but it’s still the only option for Windows, but not for long.
At this point, it’s pretty clear that Google is going all-in on YouTube’s video streaming initiative. It’ll have the NFL Sunday Ticket starting next season, and now we’re hearing YouTube is testing a hub where it’ll offer cable-TV channels for free, but with ads.
The Stadia cloud gaming service shuts down on January 18th. But as a final thanks to all the believers, Bluetooth support is finally coming to all Stadia controllers. Additionally, the Stadia service is publishing one last game.
Warner Bros just announced it’s increasing the price of its ad-free HBO Max plan for the first time, effective immediately for new users or on the next billing cycle. And while that’s not good news, it’s only $1 more per month, so the price hike isn’t as bad as we’ve seen from others.
Cloud gaming reaches new heights this month as NVIDIA upgrades the GeForce NOW Ultimate membership. The price remains at $20 a month, but users will gain RTX 4080 streaming with a 4K 120FPS resolution. Additionally, NVIDIA will add a “competitive” 240Hz setting and high-res options for ultrawide monitors.