Adam Benjamin - Digital Services Editor at Reviews.com

Adam Benjamin is the editor and lead for Reviews' Digital Services section, covering TV, internet, and other services like TV streaming. He joined Reviews.com as an editor in June 2017 and has been guiding reviews, testing fitness equipment, and training new editorial hires ever since. Before Reviews, Adam worked as a content director for corporate leadership events and as an editor in financial media.

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HBO Max Makes a Strong Case for Ditching Netflix

HBO Max Makes a Strong Case for Ditching Netflix

Jul 12, 2019 | News

WarnerMedia announced new details about its upcoming streaming service, including the platform’s name: HBO Max. WarnerMedia is the parent company of Warner Bros., DC Entertainment, and HBO, among many others, and it’s following Disney and NBCUniversal into the standalone streaming service world. In fact, there are so many companies entering the fray, viewers are going…

Netflix’s Original Content Will Determine Its Fate

Netflix’s Original Content Will Determine Its Fate

Jun 28, 2019 | News

Netflix has long stood atop other streaming services, continually gathering subscribers even as it has increased the cost of monthly subscriptions. But a surge in competitors is going to put a stress test on the strength of Netflix’s original content, which will ultimately determine how well the service can compete against the likes of Disney+…

Google Stadia Wants to Make You a Gamer for $10 per Month

Google Stadia Wants to Make You a Gamer for $10 per Month

Jun 06, 2019 | News

Google Stadia announced new details about its game streaming service Thursday, and the message was clear from the start: “We want to make gaming more accessible for everyone.” Video games typically come with a complicated start-up cost: In addition to the games themselves, you need the hardware to run the games, accessories like controllers to…

Immersive Media: The Future of Entertainment

Immersive Media: The Future of Entertainment

Jan 09, 2019 | News

Wednesday’s CES 2019 panel on immersive media looked at the future of entertainment, particularly as it relates to sports viewing. Content and media experts from Fox Sports, the NFL, NextVR, Intel, and Yahoo Sports talked about the technologies that are on the way and how they’re going to change the way people use and interact…

The Top 4 Things We Learned About 5G and Autonomous Vehicles

The Top 4 Things We Learned About 5G and Autonomous Vehicles

Jan 08, 2019 | News

If you’ve been following any of the news out of CES 2019, you’ve probably heard about 5G and autonomous vehicles (“AVs,” aka self-driving cars). Both have been major topics at this year’s show, promising major changes to our daily lives in the not-too-distant future. Tuesday’s panel “5G and Self-Driving Vehicles: A Policy Roadmap” looked at…

Sony CES Presentation Recap: Lots of Entertainment, Very Little Tech

Sony CES Presentation Recap: Lots of Entertainment, Very Little Tech

Jan 07, 2019 | News

Sony’s message at CES 2019 was loud and clear, straight from the mouth of its CEO: “We are a creative entertainment company.” The majority of the presentation showed off Sony’s contributions to entertainment — from movies to music to video games — and how its technology is “empowering people’s creativity.” If you were expecting announcements…

The Future of Cybersecurity in a Connected World

The Future of Cybersecurity in a Connected World

Jan 07, 2019 | News

Smart devices and connected technology continue to be a major theme at CES, from smart TVs to self-driving cars. But as more and more devices connect to the internet, more are at risk of getting hacked. In the panel “Getting Hacked: IoT and Beyond,” a panel of cybersecurity and policy experts discussed the challenges of…

A Gamer’s Guide to Internet Speed

A Gamer’s Guide to Internet Speed

Nov 20, 2018 | Review

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