A few days after it was first announced on June 21, AT&T's officially launched its WatchTV streaming service.
For just $15/month with no annual contract, WatchTV gives you access to 31 live channels and 15,000+ shows and movies you can watch on-demand. Big names like Animal Planet, Cartoon Network, and TBS are on WatchTV from day one, and coming soon, the service will add Comedy Central, VH1, BET, and more.
At launch, WatchTV has official apps for Android, iOS, Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Amazon Fire TV Stick. For the time being, there are no Roku or Android TV apps.
Anyone can sign up for WatchTV starting today, and if you're an AT&T Unlimited & More subscriber, you can link your account to get WatchTV for free.
Android 11 event and beta postponed: 'Now is not the time to celebrate'
Android Developers have announced that the Android 11 beta and a June 3rd event have been postponed because of recent events.
A PS5 event called The Future of Gaming is coming on June 4
After weeks of rumors and speculation, PlayStation has announced an event called The Future of Gaming. This event will focus on PS5 games and begin on June 4 at 1:00 p.m. PDT.
Galaxy S20 vs. OnePlus 8 camera comparison: Zoom trumps macro
The Galaxy S20 and OnePlus 8 both have triple camera arrays, but Samsung and OnePlus went in different directions for the individual lenses in those systems. Both phones take great photos, but in the end one is more well-rounded and versatile than the other.
The Last of Us Part II, Star Wars Racer, and more release for PS4 in June
June is typically a slow month for game releases, but there is one major release on the horizon. Here are some great games hitting the PS4 this month.