Apple is calling out “Meta’s hypocrisy” after the latter announced it would charge a 47.5% commission for creating content in the metaverse.
Developers of “reader apps,” such as Netflix, Spotify, and Kindle, can now include a link to alternative payment methods.
YouTube is working to entice its top podcasters to make the jump to video, offering $50,000 to sweeten the deal.
The tech industry has been caught in the war between Russian and Ukraine, but Airbnb is emerging as a platform for humanitarian aid.
YouTube is shuttering its YouTube Originals division, with lead Susanne Daniels expected to leave in March.
Toyota is reconsidering a controversial decision to charge for keyless remote entry after backlash from owners and non-owners alike.
Toyota has revealed that customers will need to pay a subscription fee to use the remote start functionality of their key fobs.
Patreon is working on a video platform to help creators break free of their reliance on YouTube, a move that could have a major impact on the market.
Netflix has purchased Night School Studio, its first game studio, as the company expands from streaming into gaming.
Microsoft Office 2021 is arriving on October 5, and users will be able to purchase it for a one-time fee and no subscription.
Docker has updated its subscriptions, and Docker Desktop is no longer free for large businesses.
YouTube Premium and YouTube Music have crossed the 50 million subscriber market, just a few years after Google unveiled YouTube subscriptions.
HBO has shut down its Apple TV Channel, forcing users to embrace HBO Max instead.
New York Magazine Editor in Chief, David Haskell has said his publication is working with Apple on a “journalism project.”
YouTube has won a major copyright ruling in the EU, one that will have far-reaching impacts on internet platforms.
Streaming TV may be constantly in the news, with a new service seemingly cropping up every week, but it still comprises a minority of the market.