This week: The new Star Trek movie gets high marks, Stranger Things fever breaks out (as does talk of a second season), the VCR takes one last ride, Louis CK preps his next hilarious series with Pamela Aldon, and so much more.
According to AT&T's second-quarter financials, the company met Wall Street's expectations. Unfortunately for the carrier, it dropped the ball in other areas, such as number of video and IP broadband subscribers.
Periscope has launched a range of new features to help users discover new broadcasts on its iOS and Android apps, including a new Highlights reel that generates scrollable video trailers for all the replays on your home feed.
Fall comedy pilot season is coming to Amazon, and we finally know when. The online retail giant/ streamer has revealed that The Tick, Jean-Claude Van Johnson, and I Love Dick will premiere on August 19, and also released new photos.
While many people said goodbye to the VCR years ago, the holdouts will soon have no choice but to follow suit. Funai, the last remaining manufacturer of VCRs, will halt production of the iconic home video product later this month.
Facebook is rolling out a series of updates to its Live video service aimed at general users, including the ability to broadcast for up to four hours. The new options are aimed at making the live-streaming tool even more immersive.
Amazon Prime Video takes a page from competitor Netflix and adds new titles each month, available free to all Prime members. Check out the list to find out all that's new to watch on Amazon this month.