- News tagged "streaming"
Thursday, 21 Jan 2016
Netflix had an amazing fourth quarter earnings which saw 4 million new subscribers internationally and 1.56 million subscribers domestically. Its total subscriber base stands at 75 million. Read on to find out about its plans for future growth.
Thursday, 7 Jan 2016
It's official at last. Netflix is now available in Singapore and over 130 other new countries. Prices start at S$10.98/month for the Basic plan, with the first month free.
Thursday, 17 Dec 2015
The latest update to GeForce Experience beta allows streamers to add custom overlays to their broadcasts and capture and upload screenshots from within the game itself.
Thursday, 3 Dec 2015
We've always been excited at the prospect of Microsoft's Hololens but we've always wondered how exactly the device will fare in regards to gaming. Now we know at least what's partly on the cards for the augmented reality headset. Hint: It involves the Xbox One.
Thursday, 1 Oct 2015
GeForce Now is the name of NVIDIA's new game streaming service. In addition, the NVIDIA Shield Android TV is also receiving a software update to significantly boost its home entertainment credentials with more apps and better multimedia capabilities.
Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015
It's happening at last. Netflix will launch in Singapore in early 2016, making its wide range of movies and TV serials available to local audiences. Binge-watching addicts, rejoice!
Thursday, 20 Aug 2015
New features are on their way to GeForce Experience, in the form of an in-game overlay that allows gamers to do things like share gameplay footage online and play collaboratively with a friend.
Wednesday, 1 Jul 2015
Apple's music streaming service launches in Singapore with a free 3 month trial. Apple Music gets you access to the millions of songs in Apple's catalogue, which you can stream over the air or download to your device.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2015
Apple Music has successfully negotiated deals with the Beggars Group and Merlin, which could potential bring over 20,000 indie labels onto Apple Music.
Monday, 22 Jun 2015
Apple has said that it will pay artists for music streamed by customers during their three-month free trial of Apple Music, after Taylor Swift said in an open letter that Apple was asking musicians to "work for nothing".