Whether you agree or not, Netflix is currently dominating the streaming-race. It (arguably) has the best content, original and otherwise, available to South Africans right now. Yeah, streaming services are popping up like flies in the South African summer. But here, we don’t have access to half of ‘em.
The major streaming services – both old and new – all have different catalogs, pricing and strategies. While all services seek viewers’ time and attention, in other respects they are different beasts.
Either Netflix has a big update planned for 1 December, or some Samsung Smart TVs are just getting old.
The Collins Word of the year in 2015 was binge-watching, now not only is binging part of the dictionary but it’s part of our lives.
This week in Light Start, we all decide to start playing Dota, because reasons. Netflix is planning some interesting clickbait for everyone, we can finally sign up to Minecraft Earth on Android, and Apples AirPods 3 planned for 2020.
Light Start – iPhone camera lenses debut, He-Man will be He-Back, Elon Musk wants to nuke Mars, and some funky new Dualshock colours
This week on the lightest start you’ll get all week — iPhone launches some niftly smartphone camera lenses, He-Man will be back, Elon still wants to nuke Mars, and we need this new Dualshock 4 colour.
Light Start – Microsoft’s games are going, Huawei Harmony, The Great Hack, and Resi 3 Remastered (kinda)
In this week’s Light Start, Huawei’s OS has a new name, The Great Hack hits Netflix, Microsoft is closing some games, and Resident Evil 3 gets an upgrade.
It turns out the Kwesé Play streaming box has been disconnected from its partnered streaming service, Roku, without any prior warning.
We’ve been following along with Netflix’s Stranger Things since Season 3 was announced. While previous trailers have proved to be a little… meh, showing more drama and a not insubstantial amount of rampant consumerism (albeit a retro version of it), the newest — and final — Stranger Things Season 3 trailer brings the pain. And more than a little horror, to boot.