Are you in the market for a new 4K TV?If so, you should check out this fantastic deal over at Amazon, which sees the price of the Hisense H43B7100 43-Inch 4K TV slashed to under £250.This 4K TV comes with Freeview Play built-in, allowing you to catch up on the last seven days of your favorite shows from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and UKTV Play.As well as that, Hisense's VIDAA U 3.0 Smart TV platform gives you access to the best Netflix shows, as well as Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and more.4K Ultra HD is in the mix (although cheaper models of TV will never give you amazing contrast ratio or brightness levels), while DTS Studio Sound is designed to make them sound great too, with volume-levelling, bass enhancement, speaker equalization, and dialogue enhancement.At 43 inches, the Hisense H43B7100 is well-suited to smaller spaces, and can be wall mounted (although that will set you back an extra £110).
The new streaming service launches Friday with a lineup of exclusive TV shows and movies.If you're considering signing up, read on for a taste of three Apple originals: The Morning Show, See and For All Mankind.Stars like Jennifer Aniston, Jason Momoa, Reese Witherspoon and Oprah are on board, but are Apple's new shows up there with streaming hits like House of Cards, Stranger Things or The Handmaid's Tale?We'll update this post as we review additional shows including Dickinson, an irreverent half-hour comedy about enigmatic poet Emily Dickinson.In the kingdom of the blind, Jason Momoa wears the crown.He keeps an eye out for action in this post-apocalyptic drama about a world where everyone has lost their sight, written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight.
In mid-October, analysts at UBS said they polled 1,000 consumers and 86% said they had heard of Disney+.In addition, 44% said they were “likely” to subscribe — a figure that put Disney+ ahead of Disney’s internal forecasts from April of 20 million to 30 million U.S. subscribers by 2024.(Disney also expects 60 to 90 million worldwide subscribers by that time.)The firm claims to be able to view data about consumer searches, clicks and transactions, including those behind walled gardens, like Amazon, Netflix, Google and others.It uses a statistical calibration from the panel to represent the U.S. internet population at large.Its data for Disney+ is limited to the U.S. and only includes mobile web and desktop purchases during the pre-sale time frame of August 25 through October 14.
After timely updating the Redmi Note 7 lineup, Xiaomi has now started seeding a new software update to the Mi TV 4A Pro in India.The update is specifically hitting the 49-inch variant of the lineup.Well, Xiaomi announced the rollout of the update on its official Indian Twitter account.According to the post, the latest software update brings Android TV 9 to the television along with the availability of Netflix and Prime Video.For those who’re unaware, Xiaomi’s smart TV lineup runs on the Patchwall OS which does not support these two media streaming platforms for some reasons.It seems like the users of Mi TV 4A Pro will finally be able to enjoy the popular content from these services on their television.
Amazon Prime allows you to download between 15 and 25 Amazon Prime movies to your iPad at a time, depending on your region.If you are able to download it with your Prime membership subscription, you'll see a Download button on the right side of the screen.You can generally download individual episodes of a TV show or an entire season at a time.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Thanks to streaming video services like Amazon Prime and Netflix, the concept of needing to physically possess a movie — like on DVD or Blu-ray — is becoming obsolete.If you know you'll be somewhere without internet access, like an airplane or a cabin in the woods, you can plan ahead by downloading movies and TV shows to your iPad in advance.
Apple TV Plus launches on Friday and costs $5 a month.The streaming landscape is going to change drastically in the next couple of weeks.It's been this way for years now.Apple; Stephanie Keith/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Business InsiderEarly reviews for Apple TV Plus are mixed, with some critics calling series like "The Morning Show" and "See" underwhelming, at least at launch.Just look at all of the names who have committed to building series for Apple TV Plus: Steven Spielberg, Steve Carell, Chris Evans, the NBA star Kevin Durant, Kristen Bell, Rashida Jones, and Oprah Winfrey (to name a few).
If so, you’ve probably got questions.The name means “six” in Japanese because Roku is the sixth company launched by the founder, Anthony Wood.Unlike home theater PCs, game consoles, or other internet-connected devices, Roku streaming media players have always focused on providing users with a dead-simple way to access streaming video and audio content on their TVs.Most recently, the Roku OS has been built-in to budget-friendly “smart” soundbars from Roku and Onn.This includes a main menu on the left, and a series of large graphic rectangles on the right laid out in an easy-to-read grid pattern.These rectangles, which will include items like Netflix, YouTube, The Roku Channel, and others are known as “channels.” Channels behave just like apps on your smartphone — in fact, they are apps but because Roku is so TV-centric, it calls them channels because you watch them.
Halloween is no longer just about severed limbs and haunted houses.While you’ll find plenty of modern horror classics streaming now, it’s too early to find 2019 hits like Midsommar and Annabelle Comes Home, though you can rent or buy both through Amazon Prime Video.And if you’re the Halloween year-round kind of person, there’s also the dedicated horror-only streaming service Shudder, which is the only place you can see the acclaimed Mexican sensation Tigers Are Not Afraid.But if you’ve spent all your money on Halloween candy, here are our picks for the best modern horror movies to stream now.In Robert Eggers’ Colonial-era film, getting away from organized religion only leads a family into the terrors of the new world they’ve settled.“Groundhog Day, but make it horror” is the premise of this supernatural slasher that’s driven by the strength of Jessica Rothe’s performance as the young woman whose life is already hard enough without adding death into the mix.
This week saw intense media coverage of Amazon’s disappointing earnings, which tended to focus more on whether Jeff Bezos would lose his position as the richest man in the world, rather than on the fundamentals of the business.While it is tempting to focus on the negative aspects like sky-rocketing shipping costs or decreasing profit margins, a couple of metrics are clearly going in the right direction: advertising and streaming.The network effects of the Amazon business model have long been lauded as proof of the brilliance of Bezos’ strategy, and we are now seeing these same forces play out in the nearly trillion dollar advertising industry.There are three main races unfolding in the streaming wars — content, distribution, and ad-supported TV — and Amazon is one of the only major players that has a horse in all three.In terms of content, Amazon has the breadth and depth of Netflix, Disney, and Apple and stands as one of the players planning to inject billions of dollars into creating premium, original content that will draw people to its service.With 47 Emmy nominations this past year, and shows like Fleabag, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and others breaking into the mainstream – including the newest hit show, The Boys (more than 8 million viewers consumed the entire season in less than a week) – Amazon has proven it has the content chops to compete and draw in audiences.
Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider with a list of the nine most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Hulu's new limited series about the rise of the Wu-Tang Clan, "Wu-Tang: An American Saga," premiered earlier this month and has people talking.The data is based on "demand expressions," Parrot Analytics' globally standardized TV demand measurement unit.Description: "Bored with being the Lord of Hell, the devil relocates to Los Angeles, where he opens a nightclub and forms a connection with a homicide detective."Though it's only 10 episodes as opposed to 22, the fourth season looks, sounds, and acts very much like the previous three."
Roku OS version 9.2, which is rolling out to users in October, has some fun new features, including brand-new ways to search for your favorite films.The company announced the update in mid-September, along with refreshed streaming devices for 2019, including an update to its top-of-the-line Roku Ultra and, at the other end of the spectrum, its 1080P Roku Express.Version 9.2 will offer advanced search, including Roku Zones designed to make it easier to search for movies by genres including Horror, Comedy, and even 4K — which should be a boon to anyone who has trouble finding good stuff to watch on their new 4K Ultra HD TV.Zones are constantly refreshed with the latest content, from multiple channels (i.e., apps), with all of them tagged so you can see where each movie or show is available.Each row in a Zone is browsable, making the interface look a lot more like those from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Android TV.There’s also a new way to find a movie without even knowing the title or any of the actors — all you need to know is a famous quote.
There's a telling moment in Modern Love, the new anthology series from Amazon Prime Video.A journalist (Catherine Keener) asks a dating app founder (Dev Patel) if he's ever been in love.It's fitting given that Modern Love is an adaption of The New York Times column of the same name, which began in 2004 and continues to this day.In the print version, readers submit neatly distilled first-person essays about the ways their lives and loves intersect with others, whether it's romantic, familial, friendly or just plain random.In "Rallying to keep the game alive," (directed by Catastrophe's Sharon Horgan), a couple in counseling played by Fey and Slattery struggle to like and even function with each other after years of marriage and two kids.Having different directors and writers, not all entries are even.
Roku has announced updates to two of its most popular streaming devices for 2019, including a refresh of its top-of-the-line Roku Ultra and, at the other end of the spectrum, its 1080P Roku Express.Version 9.2 will offer advanced search, including Roku Zones designed to make it easier to search for movies by genres including Horror, Comedy, and even 4K — which should be a boon to anyone who has trouble finding good stuff to watch on their new 4K Ultra HD TV.Zones are constantly refreshed with the latest content, from multiple channels (i.e., apps), with all of them tagged so you can see where each movie or show is available.Each row in a Zone is browsable, making the interface look a lot more like those from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Android TV.There’s also a new way to find a movie without even knowing the title or any of the actors — all you need to know is a famous quote.Thousands of highly popular quotes from top movies have been added to Roku’s search engine, which means, for example, if you say the words “need for speed,” you’ll be directed to Top Gun as a matching result.
Earlier this month, Gojek officially expanded into the content business with the launch of its streaming service, GoPlay.In 2014, Alibaba set up Alibaba Pictures, through which it produced the latest Mission: Impossible movie, and Apple has also recently followed suit.It has the entire Gojek ecosystem at its disposal for big data, marketing, payments, and distribution, and has hired Netflix and Amazon Studios alumni to lead the charge.Content is an expensive business, and Gojek is putting aside a budget to acquire shows while being outperformed by Grab in their latest fundraising rounds.Building the Indonesian film industryAsked about Gojek’s goal behind launching the streaming service, Edy Sulistyo – the CEO of Gojek’s entertainment division, which includes GoPlay and GoGames – says that it is driven by a mission to build Indonesia’s film industry.