We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Bundle up Roy Delgado 11 Nov 2019 2 Source: DisneyWhat you need to knowAn update to Disney+ Founders Circle terms of service offers details about the bundle. The Disney+ bundle will link to Hulu or ESPN+ accounts by using the same email address. Once linked, monthly credits for the basic plan will be applied, but Add-ons can be managed separately. Everyone is excited about Disney+'s launch tomorrow. The new streaming service is combining the best content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and more. Fans and newcomers are excited about the new original shows and movies as well as the large catalog of existing content. Now all that's left is picking a plan. Disney is a big company with multiple streaming services, so the company is offering a bundle with three services for one price. They will offer a bundle to give users Disney+, ESPN+ and ad-supported Hulu for $12.99 per month. As … [Read more...] about Disney bundle with Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ to support Add-ons for existing accounts through credits
uh oh The news comes just a week after PayPal left. Joe Maring 11 Oct 2019 13 What you need to knowFacebook's Libra Association has lost four more of its founding members. This time around, Visa, Mastercard, eBay, and Stripe are pulling their support. A week prior, PayPal dropped out of the group. The idea of a Facebook-lead cryptocurrency raised a lot of eyebrows when it was first announced in June, though support from a laundry list of well-established companies gave it a feeling of legitimacy it would have otherwise lacked. However, that initial support is quickly starting to fade away. On October 4, PayPal announced that it was leaving Facebook's Libra Association to focus on its own business ventures. Now, reports from The Verge, Financial Times and Bloomberg reveal that Visa, Mastercard, eBay, and Stripe are also leaving the group. While Mastercard has yet to offer any comment regarding the news, Visa, eBay, and Stripe have spoken out. Starting first with Visa: … [Read more...] about Facebook Libra loses support from Visa, Mastercard, eBay, and Stripe
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Go International Google Home is slowly rolling out internationally. Is your country next? Jen Karner 10 Jul 2017 13 Google Home has been helping out Americans with scheduling, playing music, and bringing their connected home together since November of 2016. While this accessory started out in the States, it's been slowly rolling out across the world. The United Kingdom and Canada are the two newest additions, but there are definitely more to come. We've got the details for you here! Countries where Google Home is currently available Countries where Google Home is currently available Google Home released back in November of 2016 as Google's approach to a connected home. It was initially only available in the United States, before rolling out to the United Kingdom in April 2017, and then adding Canada in June. Over the rest of summer 2017 we also saw several more countries added that can use it! Here are … [Read more...] about Which countries support Google Home?
Get the latest The second and final Android 7.1 Developer Preview is here. Andrew Martonik 22 Nov 2016 30 Just a couple days over a month since the first Android 7.1 Developer Preview was released, we now have Developer Preview 2 available for Nexus phones and tablets to get a near-final taste of the latest software. Those who have enrolled in the Android Beta Program for their compatible device — which now includes the Nexus 9 — will receive Developer Preview 2 this week via an OTA update. Whereas Google considered the first Android 7.1 Developer Preview to be a beta-level release, this second preview is a release candidate for the build of Android 7.1.1 it intends to release to the public. The system and interface is "near-final" with the latest bug fixes and optimizations. Stable Android 7.1.1 updates will arrive in a matter of weeks. For app developers (which is who this is really for), they can continue use this software to develop their apps that … [Read more...] about Final Android 7.1 Developer Preview build released, Nexus 9 added to Beta Program
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Watch All the Shows Stream TV buyers will get one month of free YouTube TV service. Babu Mohan 13 Nov 2019 0 Source: VerizonWhat you need to knowVerizon has launched a new set-top box called Stream TV with 4K HDR and Google Assistant support. The Stream TV runs on the Android TV platform and comes with the Disney+ app pre-installed. It is now available for purchase from Verizon for $70. Verizon has quietly introduced its first set-top box based on Google's Android TV platform, called Stream TV. The Stream TV can now be purchased from the Verizon website for $70 with free 2-day shipping. You can also pick it up from a Verizon store near you. If you are a Verizon 5G Home subscriber, you can get the box for free. As reported by the folks at 9to5Google, the Verizon Stream TV comes with a free month of YouTube TV service. You also get Disney+ and Yahoo apps pre-loaded on the set-top box. What may disappoint … [Read more...] about Verizon Stream TV set-top box with 4K HDR support, built-in Chromecast goes on sale for $70