Locast is officially dead. tvOS updates are imminent. Hulu is raising prices. Amazon is adding even more Fire TV devices to their lineup including the Fire TV Stick 4k Max. Sonos has a new version of the Beam soundbar. PlayStation 5 now supports swapping out the SSD. Microsoft released a controller update that’s actually interesting!
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- Locast Ordered to Shut Down Permanently
- tvOS 15 is Coming to Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K on September 20
- Movies Anywhere is now available on Xbox
- Hulu to Raise Prices of SVOD Plans by $1 to $6.99 with Ads, $12.99 without Ads
- Amazon Introduces All-New Fire TV Stick 4K Max, Their Most Powerful Streaming Player Ever
- Amazon’s big Fire TV refresh includes the launch of its own ‘Omni’ series
- Sonos’ second-gen Beam soundbar supports Dolby Atmos
- Sonos raises prices for majority of products amid supply chain crunch
- The PS5 will add M.2 SSD support on September 15th
- You can now stream Xbox Series X/S games to your PC
- Xbox One Controllers Are Getting Next-Gen Features Thanks To New Firmware
- The Tech Jawn: Why Ain’t The Algorithms Feeling Us?
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