Launching “soon” in the “largest US markets” before rolling out more widely, YouTube TV lets up to six accounts stream and record live shows for partner networks on any device, anywhere in the world, for $35 – £28 a month. Unlike cable contracts, viewers can cancel their subscription at any time and there are no restrictions on how many shows can be recorded.
It’s official Nvidia has just launched the GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, an immensely powerful follow-up to last year’s GTX 1080.
Google has released details of a bug in Microsoft’s browsing programs that would allow attackers to build websites that make the software crash.
Microsoft is launching a new subscription gaming service offering digital titles to play on Xbox One.
AMD’s latest multi-core desktop processors were revealed recently during an event in San Francisco, and the first of many will soon be available to purchase.
Getting traffic to your website is great, but if that traffic doesn’t convert, it’s almost useless. This article will outline 39 proven strategies for getting your visitors to take action, whether that’s filling out a form, handing over their email address or making a purchase.
Next-generation mobile networks are expected to handle more data, connect more devices, significantly reduce latency and bring new levels of reliability. 5G has been designed to meet these needs by pooling bandwidth to boost range and speed.
Move over, Steam. Soon you’ll be able to buy your games directly from Twitch. Twitch today announced a new service called Twitch Games Commerce, which allows you to purchase games from Twitch, vis-à-vis Amazon. If a partnered streamer is playing a game available through Twitch, a ‘Buy Now’ button on their channel leads directly to the game’s […]
We’ve all been down that rabbit hole of endlessly watching YouTube videos (I blame the suggestions bar). Perhaps a bit too much; YouTube says people now watch one billion hours of video every single day. YouTube says it hit that milestone at some point last year, showing viewership continues to increase at rapid rates. For reference, […]
Samsung announced a motion controller for the Gear VR during Mobile World Congress, at last addressing the headset’s biggest problem. The controller resembles a pared-down version of the HTC Vive remote (or a slightly more powerful Google Daydream one). On the front, you get home, back and volume buttons, as well as a clickable trackpad. On […]