After years of price hikes, a YouTube TV subscription costs more than a basic cable plan. It’s hard to justify blowing $65 a month on the service. But now, YouTube TV offers individual channels à la carte, without the need for a YouTube TV Base Plan.
If you’ve never had Amazon Music Unlimited, now’s the time to try it out. Amazon is giving Prime members a four-month free trial to the music streaming service, an entire month longer than the non-Prime member trial. If you sign up today, you could be rocking out for free until the end of January 2023.
We’ve got some good news if you’ve been waiting for high-quality heads-up glasses since the first Iron Man movie. The Nreal Air AR glasses just went on sale in the United States. The augmented reality headset was previously only available in Asian markets and for Android devices.
After a long wait, TerraMaster finally offers budget versions of its next-gen NAS devices. The new F2-223 and F4-223 utilize a decent Intel Celeron N4505 CPU, and notably, they support TerraMaster’s TRAID format.
James Earl Jones has retired from voicing iconic Star Wars villain Darth Vader. Jones has portrayed Vader’s voice since 1977. Now, at 91 years old, the actor has indicated that he wants to step back from the role.
Projectors are going through somewhat of a renaissance at the moment. Whatever your needs, there is an option available. There are projectors bright enough to be used outside in daylight hours, cheap options for people with sub-$100 budgets, and some are incredibly compact.
A new leak suggests that Google could launch its own 3D audio and HDR formats. Codenamed “Project Caviar,” Google’s new home theater formats may lack any licensing fees, effectively giving manufacturers a free alternative to Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
Today, Google unveiled the new HD Chromecast device that’s $20 cheaper than the older 4K version. By removing ultra high-definition and Dolby Atmos support, the new 1080p model Chromecast comes in at a very affordable $29.99. This price makes it even cheaper than the original 2013 Chromecast.
After a long wait, Spotify is embracing the inevitable. The popular music and podcast service just added 300,000 audiobooks to its lineup. But against all logic, you can’t buy these audiobooks in the Spotify mobile app. You need to purchase them through Spotify’s web player.
After a decade of encouraging customers to share their streaming accounts, services like Netflix now take the opposite stance. They claim that “password piracy” is detrimental to the industry and are struggling to fight the phenomenon. Evidently, Adobe sees this as a business opportunity.