In an effort to “foster more disruption and competition in the online video streaming space,” an anonymous hacker has leaked the entirety of Twitch’s source code and creator earnings. The leak also contains info on an unreleased Steam competitor and data related to Twitch’s security tools. And unfortunately, this is just “part one” of an ongoing gigaleak.
Last week YouTube TV and NBCUniversal confirmed a “short-term” extension to keep 14+ popular channels on the popular live TV service. Then, this weekend, the two announced a finalized deal. As a result, you’ll no longer have to worry about losing access to several NBC channels and regional sports networks, as they’ll all remain on YouTube TV moving forward.
There are plenty of great TVs released every year, but you probably don’t want to spend hours pouring over spec sheets and comparing prices. To help, we’ve rounded up our favorite TVs whether you’re hunting on a budget, want the highest quality possible, and everything in between.
Right on cue, Disney+ is now streaming LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales, its oh-so-spooky animated Halloween special. Disney had previously teased the special on Twitter in August, but it’s now time to grab some snacks, curl up with a blanket, and press play.
Hisense is running a killer deal on all sizes of its newest U6G-series ULED 4K TVs. Packed with the Android TV software, Dolby Vision HDR and Atmos support, and Hisense’s custom take on QLED hardware, these TVs are perfect for any living room setup. And you could save $225 on the largest model!
Last week we learned that YouTube TV subscribers could potentially lose access to many important NBC channels on the streaming service. The two companies had a very public dispute over contract and price negotiations, but now it looks like your YouTube TV NBC channels are safe, at least for now.
There’s something special about projectors that TVs just can’t replicate. But you don’t need to spend thousands just to get a theatrical setup in your living room, because Epson’s new smart projector costs just $630.
Earlier this week, we learned that YouTube TV and NBC are fighting over contract negotiations, resulting in the service potentially losing several important channels at the end of the month. And while local NBC and USA are two of the big names you’ll lose, it’s much more than that. Upwards of 20+ channels, depending on where you live. Here’s an extensive list of all the channels NBC will remove from YouTube TV if the two can’t play nice.
Over the weekend, both YouTube and NBC warned YouTube TV subscribers that they risk losing 14 channels from their streaming service. In an ongoing contract pricing dispute, YouTube has confirmed that the company will lower its price by $10 per month if the channels get removed.
Nobody wants to pay full price for Paramount+, even if it has cool live channels and exclusives shows like Star Trek: Lower Decks. But it’s hard to pass up on today’s deal—ViacomCBS is currently offering a month of Paramount+ for $1 when you sign up through Amazon Channels.