Although it still isn't very interesting to surround sound snobs, HBO GO is streaming more content then ever into your home. And by your home, we mean those who happen to subscribe to Comcast, Cox, FiOS or AT&T U-Verse -- oddly, Time Warner cable isn't listed, sure they aren't the same company anymore, but still. Now according to the release, the number of offerings is up to 1400 movies, shows and documentaries and it requires that you actually subscribe to HBO. What is odd is that just like the first time we tried it, we are able to watch all the programming via any internet connection using our provider user ID even though we haven't subscribed to HBO in years. We're still wondering, with you, how long it'll be until we can subscribe to this without actually paying for the rest of cable TV, but for now at least, it is the status quo.