The Office is Leaving Netflix in 2021


It’s finally happening - The office will be leaving Netflix for a new streaming platform at the end of next year. Starting in 2021, NBC Universal’s yet to be launched streaming service will be the exclusive streaming home to the tv show, a departure which will be a huge blow to Netflix. Sources say The Office was the #1 streaming show on Netflix in 2018, with others reports indicate the show is one of the company’s most streamed pieces of the content of all of the time, and apparently, Netflix made an offer to keep it but the bid was rejected. NBC Universal's streaming service reportedly carries a $10 / month price tag.


Amazon’s annual Prime Day will be two days this year, with the promise that it will be bigger and better than ever. The online shopping event kicks off at 12 AM on July 15th and will run a full 48 hours - The e-commerce giant has lots of pretty solid deals on a variety of items, including, of course, its own Amazon items which you can often snag for some of the lowest prices of the year. If you’re looking to buy that new Fire Tablet or that brand new Echo Show, hold off a few more weeks, it will be worth it.


If you’re looking to get your hands on the latest and greatest version of iOS before it rolls out to everyone this fall, now is your chance. Yesterday Apple opened up its public beta program, allowing general consumers access to early builds of its upcoming software launching this fall, including iOS 13, tvOS, the all new iPad OS, and macOS Catalina. The new software brings lots of new features to its respected devices, but be forewarned, this software is in beta, meaning you’ll be subject to a more than typical amount of app crashes, poor battery life, and generally less stable experience. If you have an extra Mac or iPhone laying around and want to play with the new software, now is the perfect time. But if you’re willing to take the risk and live on the edge, you can throw the beta on your main devices as well.