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YouTube TV is now $50/month with 8 new channels, YouTube rumored to get interactive shows like Netflix’s Bandersnatch

Time sure flies. It has already been 2 years since Google first launched YouTube TV. Since then, we've seen the company put a lot of work into making the service better for its users. This included expanding YouTube TV nationwide, adding over 10 new channels, improving its DVR feature, and more. With competition including Netflix,...

“Disable YouTube for guests” on Google Home rolling out for some iOS users

To the surprise of no one, Google Home devices have tight integration with Google services. That includes everything from Google Calendar to Google Play Music. The YouTube family of services, of course, is also included in the bunch. You can use Google Home to send videos to a Chromecast device, tune in to a specific channel...

YouTube TV Comes to More Markets and Adds More Channels, Price to Increase to $40 Per Month

YouTube TV had a rocky start when it launched back in April of last year. The cord-cutting TV service wasn't initially available in many markets and wasn't available on that many devices, either. Over time, though, Google worked to improve YouTube TV in a number of ways, and it's finally starting to become a viable...

YouTube TV is Finally Coming to Roku Devices Like the Roku 4, Roku Ultra, and Roku Express

Since the debut of YouTube TV back in April 2017, Google's live TV service has been met with mixed reviews. It's not available in every market, and it's a bit on the pricey side ($35). It's also not supported on a large number of devices, but this week, YouTube TV came to Roku set-top boxes and dongles. Google...

Google Brings YouTube TV to 34 New Metro Areas

Google's been building on the foundations of YouTube ever since it acquired it back in 2006. While the platform's (likely) a money-losing venture for the company, the search giant's come up with a number of ways to leverage its intellectual property profitably. One of the most recent avenues is YouTube Red, a subscription-based ad-free viewing experience, and...

NVIDIA SHIELD Experience 6.1 Rolling Out with New Assistant Actions, IR Remote Controls, New YouTube TV App, and More

Roughly a month ago, NVIDIA began rolling out yet another major version update, the NVIDIA SHIELD Experience 6.0, to the NVIDIA Shield TV. While it didn't bring a major Android version bump or any UI changes, it did bring with it two important improvements. First off, we got Google Assistant support, bringing the conversational voice assistant...

Google Announces the YouTube TV Application for Android TV Devices

After many months of rumors and reports, Google officially announced YouTube TV back in April of this year. Since then, the company has worked on expanding the number of markets the service is available in and they've also added some additional content to the service. Today, the team at Google has revealed they will be...

YouTube TV Expands to 10 More Markets; Now Available in 15 Areas

YouTube TV is one of the youngest names in the television streaming market, and today, the service is gaining support for 10 additional areas. When YouTube TV first launched in April, it was initially just available for Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Philadelphia. However, thanks to this latest expansion,...

YouTube Announces a New VR Format, Wider Release of YouTube TV and New Updates to Mobile App

At VidCon 2017, Google announced a whole bunch of new stuff and features for YouTube, including a new VR format, updates to the YouTube application, and availability of YouTube TV in more markets. Google realized that filming 360-degree videos isn't an easy task for most content creators. Not only is shooting content in 360 a tough...

Some Shows DVR’d with YouTube TV Disable the Ability to Skip Commercials

DVR is a very touchy piece of technology for many cable providers and television studios. They want to give the viewer the ability to catch up on shows they may have missed, but they don't want them to be able to skip over the advertisements they placed between the commercial breaks. This conflict started back...

YouTube TV Goes Live in Select U.S. Cities For $35 a Month

After announcing the YouTube TV service back in February, Google is now finally launching the service in the United States. There are already quite a few online TV services available in the market which let users watch their favorite TV channels on multiple platforms on the go. Sling TV, AT&T's DirectTV NOW, and PlayStation Vue...

Google Takes on Cable with YouTube TV

You now have one more way to watch your favorite content thanks to Google. The Mountain View technology giant has just launched its own online TV subscription service, called YouTube TV. This service will join the already popular streaming TV services such as Sling TV and AT&T-owned DirectTV Now. YouTube TV will include over 40 networks with...