Samsung's Galaxy S 4G Offers Carrier Billing for Media Hub
Samsung today announced that with the launch of the Galaxy S 4G, it is among the first of its devices in the U.S. to support direct carrier billing for the Media Hub. The Media Hub is Samsung's music, movie and TV content store, which can be accessed directly from the device. Any content downloaded from the store can be billed to a user's T-Mobile account rather than necessitate the use of a credit card. Media Hub purchases can be shared with up to five other devices.
Google Debuts Family Library for Play Store Purchases
Jul 27, 2016
Google today introduced the Google Play Family Library, which allows a single account holder to share purchases with up to six family members. Google says eligible app, game, movie, TV show, and book purchases from the Play Store can be shared across Android and iOS devices, as well as the web with no additional sign-up fee.
BlackBerry Expands Hub+ to More Android Phones
Sep 8, 2016
BlackBerry today made its BlackBerry Hub+ suite of enterprise applications available to a wider range of devices. At the same time, it added five more apps to the suite.
YouTube Reimagines Its Premium Video and Music Services
May 17, 2018
YouTube today announced YouTube Premium and YouTube Music, services that replace YouTube Red and YT Music, respectively. Moving forward, YouTube Premium will be the video site's top-tier service, offering originals, ad-free play, background play, and downloads across YouTube.
Google Lets Android Users Merge iTunes, Google Movie Libraries Into One
Oct 12, 2017
Google today announced a new service called Movies Anywhere, which allows people to bring together their movie collections from Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, and Vudu into a single library that can be accessed from any device. Google is launching Movies Anywhere in the U.S.
Microsoft Adds Carrier Billing to Windows Store
Dec 10, 2015
Microsoft has expanded an existing agreement with Boku to bring carrier billing to the Windows Store. Sprint is the first carrier too support the service, which means Sprint customers will be able to charge Microsoft Store purchases to their monthly bill.
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