Netflix has confirmed rumors that it is working on ad-supported plans as the company looks to grow its subscriber base.
The hits keep on coming for Netflix, and not the blockbuster kind, as the company lays off an additional 300 employees.
AT&T is no longer bundling HBO Max, or any other streaming service, with its top-tier plan, bucking a popular trend among wireless carriers.
Canada is looking to follow in Australia’s example, forcing online giants to pay news publishers in exchange for their content.
US Senators are asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the Microsoft/Activision deal, over concerns regarding Activision’s past scandals.
YouTube TV has finally brought Picture-in-Picture (PiP) support to iOS 15 devices, making it one of the last major streaming apps to do so.
Amazon is now the official owner of MGM, closing its $8.45 billion bid to acquire the storied studio.
Netflix is experimenting with changes to its plans, possibly charging more for customers who share their account with others.
In what is sure to be (another) unpopular move, Spotify has said it will not pull out of Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine.