Giving you one fewer reason to stop staring at the internet, the NFL announced this morning that Twitter had won the rights to stream 10 Thursday Night Football games next season. Those 10 games will still be broadcast on CBS or NBC as normal, for those that somehow prefer football on a big screen.
Maybe you booted up WatchESPN last night to catch the Warriors beat the Clippers. Maybe you wanted to watch Golden State try to win without a center, or Chris Paul yip at people. Instead, you got this.
Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson is the UFC’s flyweight champion and arguably one of the greatest fighters on Earth. He blends speed and technique in ways that’ll make your eyes say, “huminahuminahwhaat?” Naturally, he wants to play video games for a living.
Narcissa Wright used to be the fastest Zelda: Ocarina of Time player. Her best run was nearly perfect, the stuff of, well, legends. Cut to now: Wright has developed hand problems and can’t speedrun. She’s also decided to undergo hormone replacement therapy. Her life is fraught with change, and some of her viewers…
Today Apple announced a new streaming music service, dubbed Apple Music, with a little help from Drake. It may be a new venture for Apple, but don’t be duped: it’s the same as all the other streaming services out there now.
How did dusty-ass Major League Baseball end up creating one of the most robust digital streaming networks? Our old pal Erik Malinowski can tell you. [TNR]
If you need a good streaming box for any of your TVs, the excellent Roku 3 is down to $77 today on Amazon, which is within a few bucks of an all-time low.
A Runescape player was recently swatted while 60,000 people watched. When he tried to record a video about it, he broke down crying. A 19-year-old in Las Vegas was arrested for coordinating a swatting in Illinois. What motivates someone to take this dangerous step? I tracked down a self-professed swatter to find out.
If WatchESPN crapped out on you during today's World Cup matches, you weren't alone. ESPN wasn't prepared to handle the deluge of online support for the U.S.
When more than 80,000 people band together to try to control a single Pokémon trainer via Twitch chat—and then manage to actually make progress—the question that immediately comes to mind is: just how in the world are they accomplishing it?
When the clock strikes its last midnight in 2013—or somewhere around there, anyway—dozens of movies will disappear from Netflix streaming. Fortunately, you've still got some time to churn through the ones you'll miss the most. Here's a list of the very best of the movies that'll be gone in 2014.