This week Facebook announced the launch of a new cloud gaming service that is free-to-play now but could evolve into a subscription service.
Apple gives new iPhone buyers free subscriptions, hotels use subscriptions to lure back guests, and Morning Brew wants Business Insider to buy it.
fuboTV preps for a $150M IPO, Twitch launches a library of 1M licensed songs for streamers and 11% of Americans have subscribed to Walmart+.
Google gets a 30% cut from app developers for Google Play Store, Microsoft 365 has an outage, and Square makes it easier for entreprenuers to get paid.
Top subscription companies including Spotify and Match Group, join the Coalition for App Fairness, to force Apple to change its policies.
Subscription Show 2020 starts October 5. Here Subscription Insider and Authority Media CEO Kathy Greenler Sexton shares a preview.
Last week Amazon launched Luna, a new cloud-based gaming subscription service that users can play on devices they already own.
Peacock and Roku reach an agreement, Facebook settles a massive privacy suit in Illinois, and streaming service Quibi wants a new owner.
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Microsoft is buying ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks, for $7.5B, bringing a new suite of games to Xbox Game Pass.