Ever president: A cord-cutters guide to the best President’s Day movies available for streaming

President’s Day honors the combined birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, in the hopes that we will all continue to remember them and the values they instilled in our country.To celebrate, we’ve chosen a few movies that focusing not just POTUS #1 and #16, but also a handful of other presidents, from John Quincy Adams to Barack Obama.And to add to your streaming fun, we’ve included a few movies about fictitious presidents, both super-cool (Harrison Ford) and not-so-cool (Donald Pleasence). Happy streaming![ Further reading: The best streaming TV services ]
Air Force One
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Heart Works: 12 Valentine’s Day movie treats

Valentine’s Day is a persnickety holiday. It’s great for some people and a little bitter for others. Realizing that, we have scoured the various streaming services and come up with a dozen great love stories that range from cheerful to anguished, from gooey to cynical, and from Jane Austen to zombies. Break out the popcorn, chocolate, and champagne and enjoy!Blue Is the Warmest Color (Netflix)
The Criterion Collection

Adèle Exarchopoulos falls in love with the mysterious Léa Seydoux in Blue Is the Warmest Color.To read this article in full, please click here https://www.techhive.com/article/3339562/streaming-media/heart-works-12-valentines-day-movie-treats.html#tk.rss_streamingmedia…

Why don’t Samsung and LG make streaming boxes?

Not long ago, I thought of smart TV software—especially from the likes of Samsung and LG—as something to ignore. Dedicated streaming devices such as Roku’s Streaming Stick and Amazon’s Fire TV Stick offered slicker interfaces and better app selections, which made me wonder why TV makers even bothered making subpar software.A funny thing’s happened in recent years, though: Smart TV software from LG and Samsung has actually gotten pretty good. Now, I’m wondering why those companies don’t take a page from Roku and Amazon, and put their software on external streaming players.To read this article in full, please click here …

Cord-cutting in 2019: What to expect in a pivotal year

For cord-cutters, this is the year in which everything changes.In 2019, we’ll see several new streaming services to compete with the likes of Netflix, major alterations to the live TV services that are aiming to replace cable, new ways to sift through an ever-larger array of streaming TV options, and perhaps some interesting new streaming devices. When the year is over, your options for cutting the cable TV cord will look a lot different than they do today.Here’s what to expect in a wild year for streaming video:[ Further reading: The best over-the-air TV antennas for cord cutters ]
New streaming services
Standalone streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime haven’t seen much new competition over the past few years, but that’ll change in 2019 with the arrival of several important new services.To read this article in full, please click here …

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