Just one more episode: All of your binge watching is adding up, to an average of 93 minutes of Netflix viewing per day, and around 45 GB of data every month.
The way my daughters watch what used to be called TV is fascinating: it happens anywhere, it’s YouTube and Vine and Twitch shows about playing Minecraft, and it’s all driven by the social community around those programs
The file-sync and storage company claims that users won’t have to wait so long to sync large files as syncing times are now potentially twice as fast.
You already know where to watch the matches online, but here’s where you can go to learn how to pronounce the Croatian goalkeeper’s name or see a Vine of Dutch star Robin van Persie in a cape.
The people behind Paul Mitchell hair products and Patron tequila are launching a mobile carrier. ROK Mobile will be a smartphone-centric virtual operator, but it’s not focusing on data. It’s focusing on music.
Hulu will begin streaming ad-supported TV shows to mobile devices for free later this summer.
AT&T is creating a streaming video service thanks to a $500 million joint venture with the Chernin Group, a producer of a variety of television and media content.
A year after it was announced, Twitter’s #music application for iPhone will go dark.
A study from the European Commission finds huge numbers of people streaming and downloading movies for free.
Pandora will open up its submissions process to artists of all kinds.