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YouTube app soon to be available on Amazon Fire TV Devices

Keeping all the feuds aside, Amazon and Google finally decide to integrate the YouTube app on the Fire TV platforms. With this development, millions of viewers who stream video content online using Fire TV Stick and YouTube will be highly benefited. Earlier in 2017, both the tech firms raised various disputes over the removal of …

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Google Unveils Stadia – The Ultimate Game Streaming Platform For Everyone

Finally, Google discloses its “game platform for everyone” – Stadia, in an effort to take over the $140 Billion video-game industry dominated by Microsoft & Sony. With this new game streaming service, users can both watch & play high-end games without using any expensive gaming consoles or machines. According to the announcement, Google is supposed …

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TV OS War: Are Apple, Microsoft & Google really interested?

The world is getting smarter. Holding an iPhone X can be a status symbol, but if you don’t have a smart TV in your living room, then an Apple flagship can hardly defend you against the troll. The global smart TV market has grown humongous in recent years and is currently valued at $135.51 billion. …

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YouTube Premium debuts in Europe

The Google-owned SVOD platform YouTube Premium formerly known as YouTube Red has debuted in the European market. The OTT subscription will be available at $11.99 per month in the UK. Apart from the UK, the SVOD platform will also be available in multiple countries such as Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, …

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Viacom’s OTT platform to arrive late

Viacom has decided to launch its video-on-demand (VOD) service in late 2018. The company is eyeing to exploit opportunities in the emerging over-the-top digital space by pulling back on licensing its content specifically in the U.S. market.   Bob, Bakish, Prez and CEO, Viacom, quoted, “Later in the year, you’ll hear about the product we’ll …

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Live Streaming Services, Net Neutrality & What It Means For Your Customers

While you read this piece of article and want to know the latest update about Net Neutrality, just for your information, 100 million people are binge-watching online videos at this moment, either by subscribing to OTT providers like Netflix, Amazon Prime etc. or live streaming their favorite sports or events on their smartphones. Now, just …

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Netflix joins elite club as its market value reaches 12 digits

With a humongous subscriber base and an impressive first quarter, Netflix is currently shining bright as its shares surged by 10%,  setting a new record. As a result, the streaming giant’s market value stands at a whopping USD 110 billion. According to another report, Netflix is now one of the 59 companies in the S&P …

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Roku goes software way to affirm its presence in home entertainment space

Roku has announced that it will release the Roku Entertainment Assistant and a new connectivity platform called Roku Connect soon. However, unlike Google and Amazon, its sole focus will only be on software. Roku connect software upgrade will allow home entertainment speakers “to connect wirelessly and be controlled by voice commands and a single remote.” …

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Amazon to take on Google and Facebook in digital advertising space

As per a CNBC report, Amazon is taking an aggressive step towards the digital advertising space in order to increase its share in the search marketplace which is currently dominated by Google and Facebook. An advertising technology executive who had been in talks with the e-commerce giant confirmed that Amazon was serious about making a …

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YouTube is no longer a part of Fire TV

The premature removal of YouTube from Fire TV has raised several eyebrows. While the industry was abuzz over a possible collaboration before January 1st, 2018, the date set by Google to pull the app, the early exit of YouTube from Fire TV app was something unexpected. Fast Company points out that it is Amazon who …

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