Another week has come to an end, and it’s been a big one for the streaming world. Netflix and HBO accounted for a huge chunk of this year’s Golden Globes nominations, while the most important figure in the Obama-era FCC made the decision to step aside. Take a moment to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook, then check out all of the top stories below. Here’s all the news you need to know:
- Are data caps “inevitable?” One cable exec thinks so.
- Here’s how to watch live TV on iOS devices.
- Arizona’s PhoenixBTV offers a cool new way to watch local TV. Is this the wave of the future?
- We reviewed Hauppauge’s WinTV-Dual HD PC TV tuner.
- Streaming services earned plenty of Golden Globe nominations this year.
- Want to know how to watch live TV on Apple TV? We have you covered.
- Another week means another episode of Cordkillers.
- Fubo TV has inked some new content deals as the soccer streaming service eyes a move to a more traditional skinny bundle model.
- Netflix has cancelled Marco Polo.
- Here’s our full review of the Roku Express, Roku’s new low-cost streaming device.
- Amazon Prime Video is now available in over 200 countries worldwide.
- Australian ISPs have declared war on bittorrent sites.
- FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler will step down.
- These are the best Christmas movies on Netflix.
- AT&T was forced to defend their zero-rating of DIRECTV NOW to the FCC (again).
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