First test passed: HBO Now streamed the “Game of Thrones” premiere without …


HBO Now, the new standalone version of HBO that doesn't require a cable subscription, is finally here. The app launches exclusively on Apple devices—iPhones, iPads, and the Apple TV to be specific—so if you have one of 

gotep1 Only days after HBO launched its standalone HBO Now streaming service — and Sling TV began making HBO available as a live stream for its users — both new offerings were put to the test with Sunday night season 

HBO Go may have collapsed under the weight of eager Game of Thrones streamers in seasons past–and again last night–but HBO Now proved last night that streaming can perform under pressure. Though the service only dropped Tuesday, leaving very little 

Apple has long taken a 30% cut of sales made through its various digital stores, including fees charged for subscriptions to Newsstand magazines and other recurring charges. However, Re/code reports today that the 

John Oliver from Last Week Tonight offers his take on HBO NOW, the new standalone streaming service from HBO. All you need is the internet. HBO NOW is now av