Tali Arbel AP Technology Writer Published 12:50 PM EDT May 9, 2019 New York – Free services let you watch thousands of movies and TV shows online, but using them feels like wandering through a low-rent, digital version of Blockbuster (RIP). Reality TV, long-forgotten “classics” and movies that never made it to theaters – these are the types of lackluster shows and movies you’ll find for free. But finding gems in the junk, like the original “Roseanne,” can give you a treasure-hunting rush. Unfortunately, websites and apps for many of the services have poor designs and search capabilities – not conducive to finding those gems. An outside search aid such as Roku, Reelgood, Decider and JustWatch can help scan multiple services to see which ones have the titles you want. Once you find something to watch, you’ll have to put up with commercials. You’ll get fewer ads compared with traditional TV channels. But online ad breaks … [Read more...] about Free video streaming offers some gems
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KATE and Gerry McCann's private detectives offered to pay a man quizzed by cops over Maddie's disappearance £430,000 to "tell all", it has emerged. Russian Sergey Malinka reveals for the first time in an explosive new Netflix documentary about the cash incentive up for grabs, which he rejected because he knew nothing about her kidnap. The documentary lays bare for the first time the network of private surveillance undertaken on behalf of the McCanns as Portuguese police bungled their investigation. Spanish investigators Metodo 3 were hired by the family after three-year-old Maddie vanished from a holiday apartment in Portugal’s Praia da Luz in May 2007. Details of the bizarre offer are unveiled in episode six of the eight part series by the American global streaming giant. Top detective Julian Peribanez speaks about his work with the Barcelona investigative team paid by the McCanns from the public Find Maddie Fund which stars including footballer David Beckham and Harry … [Read more...] about Madeleine McCann’s parents offered £430k to Maddie suspect if he ‘told them everything’, new Netflix documentary claims
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Hiawatha Bray Globe Staff February 01, 2019 I just bought my teenage son a $100 Android phone, and why not? It’s certainly good enough for him. Funny thing is, it’s almost good enough for me too.And that explains the current travails of smartphone giants Apple and Samsung. Both placed big bets on big sales of phones costing $1,000 or more, only to discover the market for such costly super phones is far smaller than they’d hoped. On Tuesday, for instance, Apple announced that iPhone revenue fell 15 percent in the December quarter, compared to the same period in 2017. That’s a massive drop, especially during the Christmas shopping rush, and it proves there’s a limit to how much we’ll pay for a new phone. Advertisement Especially when you can find a multitude of phones that cost far less and range in quality from decent to … [Read more...] about For $100 to $300, these cellphones are a smart buy
Joan E. Solsman, provided by 3:08 pm PST, Thursday, January 17, 2019 Netflix's Bird Box was watched by 45 million accounts in its first week on the streaming service. Netflix's Bird Box was watched by 45 million accounts in its first week on the streaming service. Photo: Saeed Adyani/Netflix Photo: Saeed Adyani/Netflix Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 Netflix's Bird Box was watched by 45 million accounts in its first week on the streaming service. Netflix's Bird Box was watched by 45 million accounts in its first week on the streaming service. Photo: Saeed Adyani/Netflix Netflix raised prices because you all are signing up like crazy 1 / 18 Back to Gallery This article, … [Read more...] about Netflix raised prices because you all are signing up like crazy
Mae Anderson, Ap Technology Writer Updated 9:08 pm PDT, Sunday, September 30, 2018 FILE- This April 23, 2018, file photo shows the logo for Verizon above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Cellular companies such as Verizon are looking to challenge traditional cable companies with residential internet service that promises to be ultra-fast, affordable and wireless. Using an emerging wireless technology known as 5G, Verizon’s 5G Home service provides an alternative to cable for connecting laptops, phones, TVs and other devices over Wi-Fi. It launches in four U.S. cities on Monday, Oct. 1. less FILE- This April 23, 2018, file photo shows the logo for Verizon above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Cellular companies such as Verizon are looking to challenge traditional cable ... more Photo: Richard Drew, AP … [Read more...] about Can wireless challenge cable for home internet service?