Max expands its offerings, Sonos uses a new generation of its portable Move speaker to raise prices again, and are you ready for console games on your new iPhone? Josh is traveling this week, but Gavin Campbell from the HomeTech Podcast joins Richard to run through the latest digital entertainment news on this episode of Entertainment 2.0. And they even talk about gaming!
Disney Plus and Hulu raise prices. YouTube adds 1080p enhanced and multiview streaming Younify makes it easier to find your shows, and Patreon comes to Spotify.
Netflix and Xbox are killing services, Peacock, YouTube, and Spotify are increasing rates. Xbox Live Gold gets rebranded.
Microsoft’s fight with the FTC is over, clearing the path to negotiations with the UK’s CMA. Netflix simplified account switching. Plex lays off 20% more of their staff. Tidal switches to FLAC while…
The Spotify HiFi price may not be competitive, the Netflix crackdown is working, Xbox prices are increasing, and Meta introduced a VR game subscription service.
Apple Vision Pro augmented reality headset was announced right after Meta Quest 3. Western Digital now sells Xbox expansion cards. 8BitDo has a new fighting stick for Xbox.
Netflix is cracking down on password sharing, Comcast is streaming live TV, YouTube added 30-second unskippable ads, and Sony announced Project Q handheld.
Netflix kills its DVD business while boosting its ad-supported tier. UK's CMA blocked the Activision Blizzard acquisition.
HBO Max and Discovery+ merge into Max. YouTube’s NFL Sunday Ticket gets priced. ASUS ROG Ally to take on the Steam Deck. E3 is canceled.
Bally Sports tries to keep airing local sports. YouTube TV raises prices. Spotify HiFi is still MIA. Ubisoft won’t be at E3.
March Madness Live brings all the college basketball action. Roku has new features. Apple Music Classical is expected soon. Sony spews more nonsense.