Author: Kayla Wassell
Amazon Launches New Immersive Shopping Experience
Amazon Anywhere provides an immersive shopping experience for gamers to buy merchandise related to their favorite games.
Google Fiber is Expanding Into a New Market
Yesterday, Franklin Tennessee got some big news. Google Fiber is bringing its high-speed broadband internet service to town.
Walmart Rolling Out to Deliver Alcohol in 5 More States
The retail giant already delivers alcohol to 18 states and is set to bring the bottles to an additional five states. Consumers in Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, and Ohio can now add wine and beer to their grocery deliveries. Laws in these states changed so now Walmart can offer delivery in approximately 2,500 Walmart stores […]
Peacock Will No Longer Be Free For Comcast Customers Next Month – Here is Everything You Need to Know
Starting June 26th, Comcast will no longer be including Peacock with its service plans at no additional cost. Here’s everything you need to know.
Scripps Announces A Huge Mega Cast For The National Spelling Bee
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is bringing 231 spellers to the competition hosted in National Harbor, MD from May 30th to June 1st.
Netflix Updates ‘My List’ Feature to Make Streaming Easier
Netflix is updating its “My List” feature to better organize saved series and films for mobile customers starting with Android.
Simply The Best Tina Turner Tribute Coming to Bounce TV
Over the course of her impressive career, Tina Turner sold over 100 million records globally, earned 12 Grammy Awards, and a top spot in musical history.
Max is Already Riling up “Creators” Due to Altering Credits
Warner Bros Discovery received harsh criticism from the Writers Guild and Directors Guild after the recent rebranding of HBO Max to Max.
AT&T is Cutting Costs As It Tries to Save $6 Billion
AT&T recently announced it will be closing hundreds of offices in an attempt to cut $6 billion in operational costs and increase growth.
ABC, CBS, FOX, & NBC Primetime Viewership is Falling Fast as Cord Cutting Speeds Up
Viewership across the top networks is falling fast as cord-cutters jumping from traditional linear television to streaming platforms.