Facebook has been battered from all sides for failing to do enough about misuse of its systems. It's not surprising, what with many recent data breaches, misuse of user information, and abuse of its live-streaming functions leaving black marks all over the company. It's hoping to change the way that users see it, with a new one-strike policy for Facebook Live being a major change for the company.
Last week we saw Netflix decide to drop its AirPlay-capability, so Apple-users won’t be able to beam Netflix shows from their iPhone to their Apple TV anymore.
Google officially announced a new gaming platform called Stadia. This time around, though, it’s not a console, or any hardware for that matter...
Black subscribers will now be able to choose which content they prefer, and pay a monthly rate according to their personal taste in TV.
Google's streaming music service, YouTube Music, has arrived in South Africa and offers free and paid tiers.
We've all seen streaming take off in near-real-time, with Spotify making decent inroads in South Africa even before its official launch. Deezer, Joox, a set of wholly-local options... streaming is here to stay. And, based on a new report from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), music streaming has taken over how most folks access music.
Video-streaming service Viu is officially entering the South African market and has partnered with the SABC to license local content.