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  1. Roku job listing suggests big plans for original movies and TV shows It mentions an ‘expanding slate of original content’ Roku is looking to create its own original “episodic and feature productions,” according to a recent (and now closed) job listing posted by the company (via Protocol). The job listing mentions Roku’s “expanding slate of original content.” Roku currently doesn’t have any in-house content of its own. It now owns Quibi’s lineup of shows, which it acquired from the defunct streaming company, and it also offers The Roku Channel, an ad-su
  2. Roku is testing a new, rechargeable remote — but it charges via Micro-USB Limited to 2,000 early access users for now Roku is testing a new version of its remote control for its set-top boxes, the Roku Voice Remote Pro, which ditches the AAA batteries for a built-in rechargeable battery instead, via Zatz Not Funny. Along with the rechargeable batteries the new model — revealed by Reddit user u/KingTut206 over on the Roku subreddit — offers a few extra features, including a “lost remote finder” option and hands-free voice controls. (So you’ll be able to
  3. Roku has more than 50 million active accounts and celebrates with a giveaway There are many streaming boxes nowadays, such as Apple TV and Chromecast with Google TV. Both of those are great options, but they are hardly the most popular. The average consumer typically chooses different devices, such as the Amazon Fire TV or a Roku. Speaking of Roku, today, the company announces it has hit a major milestone. You see, there are now more than 50 million active Roku accounts! This is quite impressive, as Roku is facing more competition than ever before, includin
  4. HBO Max patches its Roku hole six months after launch Adds over 100 million potential users; follows deals for PlayStation 5, Amazon Fire. Enlarge / Whip it good, HBO Max. Aurich Lawson / HBO Max 96 with 65 posters participating, including story author As 2020 draws to a close, HBO Max's 2020 stumble into the streaming-video fray has begun smoothing out, and the subscription service will soon seal its biggest North American gap: a spot on the Roku marketplace. Starting tomorrow, December 17, No
  5. Roku has announced the launch of a dedicated mobile app for The Roku Channel, the company’s longtime hub for free and streamable content that’ll be familiar to folks with Roku devices. But rather than limit the app to Roku users alone, The Roku Channel will be available to even users without physical Roku devices. With this move, Roku is looking to secure more eyeballs and compete more directly for streaming dominance—maybe even against free TV titans like YouTube. The Roku Channel was previously available to non-Roku users via the web but will now make its way to mobi
  6. Apple TV app arrives on Roku devices with Apple TV+ arriving November 1 Roku has announced that the Apple TV app is now available on Roku devices. The app is available to download from the Roku Channel Store. With the app, you can subscribe to Apple TV to consume the available content. From November 1, Apple TV+ content will be made available and includes shows such as See, Dickinson, For all Mankind, and The Morning Show all for $4.99 per month. In terms of availability, you’ll want to consult the dedicated support page which features a handy table of compatible de
  7. SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Shares of Netflix jumped 3.4% on Tuesday after the streaming heavyweight unveiled historical data showing strong overseas growth, while Roku dropped 1.5% after saying its well-respected chief financial officer would step down. Netflix provided historical details about its international business ahead of its Jan. 21 quarterly report, which will disclose revenue and membership by region for the first time. Shares of the video streaming service have surged over 3,800% since the start of 2010, easily making Netflix the decade’s
  8. If you’ve been wondering what’s up with Roku’s voice assistant, you definitely aren’t alone, but today we’re receiving some disappointing news on that front. It certainly feels like voice assistants are everywhere these days, with Apple, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft all offering their own. At one point, even Roku said it was working on its own voice assistant, but that announcement came way back in January 2018. Roku has confirmed that it has canceled its planned voice assistant. The news comes in a hefty profile on the company from The Wall
  9. Hulu scraps support for older Roku devices These devices were already limited to the classic app with no live TV support. Enlarge / The 2017 Roku Ultra, which will still be supported by the latest Hulu app. Samuel Axon Several older Roku devices will lose access to the latest Hulu app on June 24, 2020, the subscription-based streaming service has announced with an update to its support pages. Users of the affected devices will see messages like "Hulu is no longer supported on this device," or simply "your user s
  10. Twitter’s connected-TV footprint is about to get smaller — as the company works to get certain apps into compliance with Europe’s new data-privacy law. Effective Thursday, May 24, Twitter will no longer support video-based apps for Roku, Android TV devices or Microsoft’s Xbox, the company announced in a tweet. Twitter is shutting down apps for those platforms because it would need to make changes to them in order to comply the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which takes effect on May 25. Twitter apps will still be available for A
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