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Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the changes in the camera of the new iPhone XI, Samsung's statement on Broken Galaxy Fold & more
A myriad of speakers, plug-ins and other smart home appliances were shown off as Amazon slams hardware down for the fall season.
Amazon has missed YouTube services but apparently, Free Dive will come as a new alternative to watch video streaming on Fire devices
Pricier than a standard Fire TV or Echo smart speaker, Amazon's new Fire TV Cube basically brings the two together with hands-free Alexa voice support.
The design of the "Cube" was leaked late last year, but since the launch of the "Pendant" design, we haven't heard anything about it until now.
YouTube could not guarantee it being on Fire TV after January 1. But alas, Google's ongoing spat with Amazon has resulted in an early blockage.
YouTube wants out of Amazon's devices. Does Amazon want to declare war? It has the infrastructure and some know-how. But will it risk a fight?
There's plenty of Samsung to go around this week, so we'll talk about that, about Huawei and Honor and more with TK Bay on our show this week!
Google complained that its products weren't being given any space on Amazon, but with these moves, could this bring YouTube back to Fire TV?
Qualcomm debuts the Snapdragon 845 chipset, the courts open up for AT&T and Trump's Justice Department and YouTube's hating on Amazon on our show.
Retribution and attrition are both in this soup of conflict between Google and Amazon. And Fire TV users have reason to worry about YouTube.
A new "basic edition" of the very popular (in the US) Amazon Fire TV Stick is now available around the world for a decently low price.
Amazon's Fire OS 6 is (almost) here, with minimal buzz and fuss, debuting on the Fire TV Gen 3 with Android Nougat-powered functionality.
A lot smaller and cheaper than the Apple TV 4K, the "all-new" Amazon Fire TV does basically the same things, including streaming 4K HDR content.
You can stream those channels on your smartphone, tablet, computer on your smart TV starting at $30 per month on November 30.
Along with Fire and Echo devices already confirmed for Black Friday deals, Amazon will sell many other products at low prices through December 22.
AT&T is purportedly looking to make some headlines with the launch of a DirecTV Now Netflix rival, free streaming gear included.
Still limited to 1080p support, the second-gen Amazon Fire TV Stick grows up to pack a quad-core processor and costs $40, Alexa remote included.
The Nest Learning Thermostat will be the first product to connect to Amazon's voice assistance service as IoT partners continue to flock to Alexa.
Amazon can't wait until November 26 or 27 to lift the veil off its Black Friday deal extravaganza, with an avalanche of promos underway this Friday.
In addition to all its new tablets, today Amazon's also introducing a new new Fire TV, with a gaming bundle and a voice-enabled Fire TV Stick remote.