top of page
  • Writer's pictureAdam Doud

Cutting Cord Cutters? Here's What to Watch!


Episode 20! In this episode we're talking to Phil Nickinson, who's in charge of Whattowatch.com, formerly cordcutters.com and in this episode we're talking about all things cord cutting and more. What's the difference between linear and on-demand TV? Who cares?! YouTube TV is raising its prices again, and Phil talks about why that was inevitable. Plus we have general cord-cutting tips to help you ditch the cable company and go all streaming, all the time.



Brie Larson started a YouTube channel because getting abuse from fanboys on comic book blogs wasn't enough torture for her.


Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says that they're looking into banning TikTok in the US because: China.


Both Apple and Samsung may ship their next phones without a charger in the box because: Profit.


The video version of Broadway hit Hamilton dropped on July 3, prompting a 74% increase in app downloads.


Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 20 on August 5th.


Google Chrome has a new experimental feature that limits Javascript times in background tabs and improves battery life by up to two hours.


Walmart is toying with its own subscription plan to fight back against Amazon Prime.


Quibi lost an astonishing 90% of its customer base after the free trial expired. Ouch.


Twitter may have actually found a way to make money, if it can get anyone to subscribe.


Amazon released a trailer for the Boys Season 2, and if it’s only half as good as season 1, get ready for a ride!


A Japanese regulatory filing included a photo of an upcoming Google Nest speaker, so Google released a better one.


Logitech launched a new universal remote a year ago, and now it's retiring that remote, but it's doing right by customers.


Gary Larson, creator of the Far Side comic released new panels for the first time in 25 years!


0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page