Of course, HBO already has a streaming service that costs $14.99 a month. That one is called HBO Now. (To make matters more confusing, there’s also HBO Go, which is offered through pay-TV providers.) And while many current subscribers of HBO Now assumed they would be able to automatically watch HBO Max on their TVs when it launched, that’s not true for everyone. Why? Because HBO Max is not currently supported by some of the major TV streaming platforms—notably Amazon, Roku, and Comcast. … [Read more...] about HBO Max vs. HBO Now: What happens if you use an unsupported device like Amazon Fire TV?
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That’s part of the benefit of Teooh: There’s no need to fuss about attire or backdrops or stress about shaving or putting on makeup since you can customize your avatar to look as polished or scruffy as you want. The drawback, of course, is that you don’t see the full range of emotion on other people’s faces and might struggle to use emoji to react to particularly significant news or comments. As Stein spoke to me, his colleagues frequently responded to his statements with reaction emoji, and their characters’ movements came to feel a bit repetitive, but it might still be less awkward than watching bit players in a videoconference struggle to maintain their poker faces. … [Read more...] about Sick of Zoom calls? Try this Sims-style virtual world instead